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... head north from Manila to check out the impossibly steep & green rice terraces, but I had seen similar in Indonesia. So instead we bussed it south for a ferry over to the beaches of Puerto Gallera. We talked our new Swedish friend Felicia into coming along and Gay’s friends Melo and Eric joined us too.
Unlike most other Asian peoples, the Philos rival the Japanese in their love of travel, and Puerto Gallera is the closest beach ...
... wreck, ordering Tom to “GET RID OF IT RIGHT NOW OR
I'M MOVING TO ANOTHER HOSTEL”. Fortunately, he was quite
happy to act the hero as I supervised the capture and removal process
from behind a locked door (you can never be too careful!). Just when
I thought the situation couldn't get any more hideous, as Tom tried
to scoop the monster into a bowl, it began exploding babies which in
turn also began scrambling all over the walls causing me to feel like
... beach and it was delicious. The owner was an Italian immigrant so it was very authentic. We also went to Tamaraw waterfall, which is a large waterfall right of the side of the road, so we didn't have to do any trekking. It was also very beautiful, but there were a lot more people at this one. Overall, we loved our trip to Mindoro and want to go back again! The island was beautiful - the views were amazing and could have been on postcards. We are hoping to ...
... ET demande a propos du dive master comment ca marche. Ils sont prets a me prendre ici un ou deux mois pour faire le cours. Cool. ME repose dans la chambre, puis vais a Western Union envoyer l'argent pour Sipadan. Puis allons diner, pas d'alcool ce soir pour moi, puis retour dans la chambre, football et series... Et me trouve un hotel a Kota Kinabalu pour quand j'arrive, assez sympa pour me garder une chambre sans avoir a payer en avance.... Puis ...
... logged his dives up to that point he was surprised to find that he had made a miscalculation. It wasn't 11 dives he needed, it was 12! Luckily the trip to Verde Island would get back in time for one last dive later that afternoon.
The Verde Island dives were spectacular. The dive is on a pinnacle reaching up front the bottom of the Batangas Channel. Sometimes there is a strong current but today the surface ...