Sunset at Aninuan Beach Resort
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... to stay at.
The main reason for coming here though it to dive. it has some awesome diving here. We found a great dive school - Marco Vincent - and Sean signed up for his advanced diving course. Edgar, Sean’s instructor was awesome (he has now set up his own school on the beach past White Beach, if you’re interested, think the name is Marine Diving). He had been an instructor in the Filipino Army ...
... taking a dare and putting it in.... Linda did a poo on the beach! hahahahahaha. By 3pm i'd had enough of sand, sea, sweat, salt, annoying massage women, so it was up to change and off to explore the town of 'Puerto Galera' (my favourite place name so far1). Quick tricycle ride, Linda, buys a demin jacket 400p, i got a hat, wind chime for Johannas bday present, back to the the now busy beach, cause its weekend.Miss K gets a manicure, i eat, and drink beer!! Job ...
... beach where we
were befriended by a lesbian couple and their friend, enjoying a
couple of weeks holiday from Manila and definitely enjoying a few
beers! Yet again the walk involved some serious step climbing (buns
of steel, you will be mine!) and consequently some serious sweating.
Judging by the dripping mess created today we are both a bit
concerned that we may actually dissolve a couple of days into our
The evening was spent
... feeling! We were the only ones there, so it was incredibly quiet and serene. After the waterfall, we went to Talipanan Beach and had some pizza and pasta for lunch right on the beach. I still cant believe how good that pizza was. On the hike back we stopped in White Beach to sit on the beach and watch the sunset. We had a mango smoothie and played cards with one of the dive instructors for a few hours. It was the perfect end to a great day. Back ...
... vacant huts. Luckily town was down and we were up so in the long run common sense got us off the mountain where we ran into a local farmer. Janie spoke a couple of words to the guy in Tagalog and I chimed in with kaibigan Chuck, which means we are Chuck’s friend. The man motioned to follow him and began speaking Tagalog at an alarming rate assuming we spoke fluently. We repeatedly told the man we did not speak Tagalog. For the next ten minutes the man ...