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... farming and fishing.I have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, from Negros Oriental State University.After graduating I was a volunteer at One Candle School, in Tambobo Bay. My position was to keep the sponsorship accounting records for sponsored students and as a guest teacher; teaching basic computer studies, painting, and making egg shell boxes. During this time Ma’am Sue visited and taught us about making paints, it was during that ...
... interaction with the whale sharks. It was important not only for our own safety but also to lessen disturbance to the whale sharks. We were asked to obey the following rules:
- Do not touch the shark: it could react violently or swim away, leading to a shorter interaction.
- Do not throw trash in the water: the shark may accidentally swallow it.
- Keep a minimum distance of 4 meters from the shark.
- No sun cream.
- No flash ...
... but I greet the driver with a smile and show him my iPad with the map. I've been watching you, I say, grinning. He's a bit bemused, but he does have my iPhone. I get him to hold it up and I take a photo with my iPad. I give him the reward money, which he refuses (all the Filipino's I have met have been very honest), but I insist and he takes it.
I go back inside, pleased with myself. I go back to my balcony. The house is empty. It's just me and my Apple products.
... I spent at the hostel drinking with, Joe, Robert and Kelly. Kelly and Robert were still hung over from the night before so they went to bed early. Joe and I decided to head out for a couple of drinks. It was really quiet this evening because it was a Sunday. We didn't stay out long. The following morning I had to get up nice and early to catch my flight to Manila to meet Aline. All the tricycles were being *****. I got told that the tricycle should cost 15pesos ...
... a bike again and explored the local areas and found a great locals market that only happens once a week. Mainly a food market so plenty of selling off of pigs, goats and cattle everywhere. We didn't buy a pig but someone was roasting one so we enjoyed a huge chunk of him. Sorry pig. The next day we both headed off to a small resort nearby for one last night on the beach, it was a little more expensive than our usual place but it was well worth it, ...