Muro-Ami Beach Resort
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... tarsier is very lazy so most of them was asleep. We saw at least 5 of them.
By now we were getting a little bit hungry so we decided to drive all the way to the Chocolate Hills without making more stops. Besides that, the weather didnīt look so good either so we were afraid that it could start to rain.
After a long time of driving we reached a booth where we had to pay an entrance to the Chocolate Hills (PHP 50 per person). After passing through the entrance we saw a ...
... The first one we stopped at barely had enough room for us and the Philippino man that we were sharing with. It was short so you had to hunch, and I worried that it would blow apart in the wind. It did the job though. The second time we stopped, we sat under a small bus shelter. Richard bought a beverage from a small roadside stand, and we enjoyed that while waiting out the storm. By the time we arrived at the Chocolate hills, we were cold and wet. We took a ...
... was to open my mouth. I tried to gesture at first that I didn't want to talk right now but it was no use. My dad kept pestering me to answer his questions!
I was able to whisper a few words and he heard me alright because he was in the process of answering me, but I didn't hear a single word from his reply.
The last thing I remember was the boatman telling me, "Ma'am okay lang po na sumuka kayo dito, wala naman pong tao eh."
The rest ...
... prerequisite to meaningful social interaction.
Ivy's lad has concluded his medical. I can report that to our migration agent. That measure of success is welcome.
We had to return to Taglibaran today for Ivy to make her monthly transfer funds from her bank account to that of her ex-husband's. Upon arriving at her Metro bank at 1 pm, she was advised that a call would need to be made to the Manila branch ...
... the first time I decided it wouldn't be worth it to head out there again (also it wasn't really favorable to my budget). So I decided to eat a quick brunch and hop back on a bus to Cebu, and this one took nearly 4 hours to get back. So all in all I took about 7 and a half hours of public transportation for a 30 minute experience with a few whale sharks....whatever at least I can say I did it now, and I also got some awesome pictures! ...