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Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera
... though as compared to other distinguished seas but we surely enjoyed establishing good laughs and memories to cherish with the STOIC members whom we shared our boat with.
That second day was nevertheless fun, however, we only basked in it for few minutes and then the water fun was over. Bitin!
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... in the 'tourist class' as the 4-sleeper cabins were all booked out. Our section was a massive room with hundreds of bunk beds in it and the air con was on full blast. We froze the entire night. It was a very interesting experience, but one that we do not wish to go through again! Needless to say, we were very happy to be on solid ground again. And that we had flights booked for the rest of our trips in the Philippines! Moral of the story: Listen to ...
... Next day was spent on the beach, doing the same stuff except frisbee as stupid dog broke it yesterday. Damm mut!! Relaxed all day, Mr Edward didn't show up, had a few beers during sunset and the evening. Linda is thinking about getting her yearly tattoo after a few 'Tinduay Ices' . Roseary beads round her wrist this time, but we will see if its still a good idea in the morning! More beers later i decide i have better skills and imagination from the tattooist so i ...
... next day, realising
we had been slacking on walking practise we decided to do the five
miles to Puerto Galera town. We hadn't factored in the 34C heat and
battering humidity or the fact that a good three of the miles were
uphill and got a good idea of what will be in store for us in a few
weeks time. Erm, blisters and heatstroke. Luckily a good part of the
walk was through shady forest areas and with the friendly locals and
random animals it made for quite a ...
... Kalinga. Here is an article Joe found about the organization and about the area of Baseco: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific /4503048.stm. They will be at least one, (maybe two?) more medical missions this semester which we have been invited to join! We found it to be an incredible experience and hope to take advantage of more activities like this one.
On Monday, we left for Puerto Galera on the island of Mindoro! The ferry ride to ...