Spider House Resort
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... jumping I nearly witnessed a death of the most idiotic girl who thought running out on a slippery wooden board was a clever idea. Next thing I know she's hanging off the hand rail screaming that she's slipping obviously terrified because below her are jagged sharp rocks. The whole place went silent and we are just stared, eyes wide, jaws dropped, me right at the heart of the drama. I was frozen to the spot, thankfully the staff member next to me reacted quickly ...
... towards the south of the beach. On little journey over from Caticlan exposed us to two of the local transportation quirks. One - all the boats have large outriggers to keep them balanced. Not being experienced in nautical construction, I would have thought it fairly simple to construct a boat with a wider draft (is that a maritime term?). Anyway, what do I know, it works for them I guess - and also leads to fairly loud and humorous discussions when ...
... at least where we went, so as we were riding in the sweltering heat I looked forlornly at the cliffs praying that there would be a beach around the next corner.
So there we were walking along the white sands of Boracay in the morning sun with runners bounding past, we turned back to the hotel and I decided it was now or never, got down on one knee and asked the question. It was met with tears, shrieks of disbelief and questions of "do you realise what you're asking ...
... anything we wanted, that we should let him know and he would do his best to sort it! He than asked us about diving, to which my reply was, "actually, I am thinking about doing my Rescue Diver here, can I chat to the instructor?" He darted off to the dive shop (about 10yards away) and shouted up to the balcony in German..no reply. He came back over and continued to chat away to us until a blonde lady came to join us. Not a local for definite as she was around 5'6" and ...
... as this was seared tiger prawns on a pool of prawn emulsion with a sauce of Tapioca based sauce I forced myself. The tapioca was served in onion segments sautéed in butter that I at first mistook for clam shells. There were also a few spots of the soy emulsion on the plate, which worked a lot better with this dish than it did with the sashimi.
The next course was chicken breast served on a bed of mashed potato with souvide sauce (made from infused rosemary and tapioca). This ...