Jony's Beach Resort
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... beach. I guess I was concentrating too much on the rocks and stuff in the road! The beach was absolutely amazing. One of those places you see in magazines and wish you were there. Well *****es, we were! What the magazines don't tell you is that it's too hot to even sunbathe, that there were jelly fish in the water (Susie got stung by one. I didn't pee on her. She survived.) and there are loads of those little bugs that the German bloke we spoke to on the way up to El ...
After a BBQ night and heading out to Smallville where all
the clubs, bars and restaurants mainly are, the task of getting up at 4am to
travel to Boracay was a slightly difficult one!! I finally got up around 430
for the coach at 5am. We headed off onto our 5 hour drive from Iloilo to the
top of our island to Caticlan Port. On the way there we saw some amazing views
and sunrise as we had the coast on our right side, and mountains ...
... People always experience things in different ways. Some people don't like Boracay because of the many tourists. We don't mind that as long as you have beautiful beaches and you can relax. As we were sitting there I suddenly started to feel a lot worse and with fever so I though be better to go and see a doctor instead of taking the risk that it would get real bad here on a little island far from everything. We took a tricycle and went to the doctor in the 24h clinic. He told me ...
I arrived at the airport at 6 in the morning and got onto a bus just outside to take me to where I was meeting Niomi and her uncle Gary. The Hong Kong airport had wifi which was great because I could give them a heads up that I was on my way and basically to wake up! The bus ride gave superb views on the way in with the sun rising behind the rolling hills. I was shocked by how green and lush the outskirts were. It's by far the prettiest entrance into a city I've ever seen. It was ...
... He tells me about various charity work his company does, we swap contact details and I'm off to the hostel. I arrive with a few familiar faces hanging around. It starts to rain. Forrest Gump is on the telly. That's my night sorted!
Things I have learnt today:
Sometimes it's better to be safe than sorry.
Sometimes it's better to make the most out of every second you have somewhere and be sorry for it ...