Flower Garden Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Panglao
... to our hotel. We went for dinner on the beach and had fried shrimp cooked with onion and peppers in a creamy sauce with rice. It was amazing! Although the service from staff here is terrible, we sat at a dirty table full of plates for about half an hour, I had to ask 4 people to clean it and they just looked at me and walked off, so rude, they didn't get a tip!! We then went and got some ice cream from buzz cafe and headed back to the hotel.
... This is their summer break and school will resume in June.
The Philippines is actually made up of 7,107 various islands and Bohol is pretty good size as we barely go around the land mass. The goal of the day was to stop and see the tarsier monkeys. Tiny little dudes with big eyes. There was a bus full of Japanese visitors there with us and as would be expected, they provided much comedy for Rob and I. I ...
... got a bit sickening.But hey the boat left and the young girls had fistfuls of pesos so tours are good right?
There was still a few more MOR songs to endure before we could safely moor back at the pontoon bridge. Worse, our Korean neighbours insisted I sit down and enjoy the entertainment with them. Then Liza insisted I tipped the amateur entertainment as a hat was passed round and she didn't want us to look mean. I think I looked pretty mean by this ...
... Some people were on a bicycle suspended on wires, cycling across a very high ravine- it looked crazy!! We then spent our last night at our favourite place the Linau Hotel, having another delicious meal. I really didn't want to leave our little holiday resort. We then spent the next day, taking the ferry back to Cebu and then a flight from Cebu to Manila. We got to Manila late at night and it just didn't feel nice. I've never seen anywhere so busy as the area outside ...
... made his home in Chiang Mai!
I am spending room-time catching up with correspondence, writing this blog, sorting photographs and reading of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Ivy has been spending most of her time reading on-line about Australia's medical requirements for visa applicants. She was told by the physicians at St Luke's Hospital that her Xrays showed scars on her lungs that were indicative of active or inert TB. That is a threat to her ...