Lally and Abet Beach Cottages
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The cottage was nice, but very stuffy despite the aircon. Electricity is timed and they do not have a generator. The CR water pressure was low. There is a beautiful garden so the garden facing room would have been better if only it had aircon (it does not!)
After 2 dissatisfied days, we moved on to Taiyo village which was far better
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After the underground river, we headed up to El Nido, a beach town that's nestled between limestone cliffs in a little bay. El Nido itself is not super exciting, but it's a gateway to some nice beaches and really neat islands. We didn't do anything too interesting while we were there. On the first full day we slept in and then rented mopeds. It was …
... and Beaches.
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... a whole lot worse than this.
I talk mostly to Sally, but not much to Lovely/Amelie, though she does constantly massage my thigh. I deal with it with a smile on my face, cause I'm a pro. Ricky has returned and is all over his bargirl. I cannot remember her name. I start to put my tongue out and make funny kissing noises. Sally laughs.
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