La Laguna Beach Club & Dive Centre
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... tells me about tomorrows dive trip to Verde Island, one of the best dive spots of the Philippines, I could not resist and extended my stay until Thuesday or Wednesday. I consider myself luckily stranded in another divers heaven. Statistics: diving 14 (by tomorrow evening), cycling still zero :-) (Still confident about the cycling, otherwise I should change the blog title and get rid of the bike ... ...
... till we get to the Mall of Asia, where hopefully (for Miss K) there will be lots to get!!! So some food in the afternoon, its all a bit sad that we are leaving, even though it will be cool to see family and friends again , eat normal food, sit on normal toilet seats and take hot showers. Aaaaah the things we take for granted!!!! The next day.... 9:30, and we are well on are way now!! up at 5, had the ***** at ...
... the ears. We made a swift
exit, clambering over the rocks to the much prettier and smaller
Aninuan beach, where a kind (and visually impaired) lady told me that
I was beautiful. We caught a tricycle back, which took a fair
battering to its suspension over the rocky road. We also got caught
in a funeral procession, the coffin filled car being followed by a
procession of relatives walking in the road.
Dinner that evening was
at Tina's again where I ...
... after an hour's drive. The SLEX and Star are now connected which helped us save about 30 minutes from our trip. Upon arriving at Batangas port, we headed to D&D Parking just off the main road before entering the port's gate to park our car. D&D Parking was recommended by Kalaw place as a cheaper and safe alternative to the parking area inside the port. D&D charges only P75/day compared to P10/hour inside the port. Edgar, the ...
... or even with the other students. They would mostly stick close to the teacher .
Of course most of the kids were glad just to see a new face since the village is a long way out and in a government protected area they hardly ever get visitors apart from staff. So when we walk in with ...