Treasure Island Resort
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... guide Henry mentioned that he lived on a farm and if we had time would take us to ride the carabao. We weren't too sure what he meant, but when he said he would pick us up a bit later we didn't refuse, thinking it would be nice to spend some time with a local, and see a local farm. He rocked up in a tricycle for us to jump into, and about 5 mins up the road we arrived at the 'farm'. They harvested tomatoes, and had a patch of land, some carabao, and a bamboo hut to keep watch. He had ...
... place too long my excitement for travel will end up being a blown fuse!
At the moment I'm living in the Philippines, I've actually been here for 10 years now i believe. And there are some goods and bads here. Not in the mood to say what ticks me off here but I'm happy i have some good mates here.
Australia is ...
... near us. So luckily I was let off my leash by the boss to do two last dives in one of the well known dive locations in the Philippines. It is known very simply for it's wrecks due to it's consistent use as a naval base for a good hundred years or more. The oldest wreck is a Spanish galleon sunk in the 1800s and due to WWII there are now quite a few Japanese and American wrecks dotted around the area of Subic Bay. That morning was a slow and ...
... before me and was rewarded by the staff taking extra pics for me (which they usually charge for). I was guided through the rest of the facilities including extensive indoor aquariums, before the leaping dolphin and whale show. We wrapped it all up with a seminar on the various terrestrial animals that the park keeps and an appeal for the audience to respect nature and wild animals and to consider adopting one of the many abandoned domestic animals rescued by the ...