SUR Beach resort
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... a hidden entrance to the resort (located in the next cove). But, at 300 pesos (£5) each to enter, and not even be allowed into the hotel, we soon turned our backs on Mr Pacquio! Paying the entrance fee would only permit us a view from the outside. After a mismatch lunch of Turkish shawarma, corn on the cob and even a 'Subway' sandwich in boat station 2, we decided it was time to complete one of our 'requirements' we have for each country. We hunted for the best ...
... interesting, and beautiful. So with this in mind, I thought maybe there is a reason that everyone is going to Boracay - I'll go see what all the fuss is about! On top of that there seemed to be a plethora of dive shops on the island and it seemed like the kind of place where I could receive very good instruction and a solid entry into scuba diving.
So after a flight from Manila to Kalibo, and then a bus from Kalibo to Caticlan, and then a boat ...
... 1500 Pesos for 3 hours of sailing and snorkeling. We left at 10:45 in one of these small catamarans like boats all wit bamboo made drivers. And us 2 hanging in the side nets of the drivers. It was real great, especially when we were at the other side of the island where the wind got even stronger and the waves got pretty big. We stopped near crocodile island, a small island in this shape where there was a reef with beautiful fish in big quantities. After half an hour we got back on ...
... of her baby on her phone. His name is Keanan. I leave a good tip and she asks me to come back tomorrow. "You can ask for me and you will get a discount" she says. She is young and pretty and friendly. I hope she finds a caring man to be with. I'm moving on soon and I won't go back.
On my last day on Mindoro I decide on my next destination. I buy a ticket to the last ferry to Batangus, leaving at 2 pm. From there I will get a night ferry to Caticlan.
... of being rather pathetic lightweights it wouldn't be safe to throw ourselves off a cliff off our faces. On the way over we saw dolphins which was an added bonus! All the Koreans went crazy and started running around like headless chickens on the boat and the staff were having a fit trying to get them all to sit down, very amusing. The approach to the awaited Ariel Point was fantastic. One minute you can't see anything then you turn a corner and a ginormous ...