White Beach Resort, Bar And Restaurant
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Arrived 3 days ago, thought I would crash for the day after a marathon journey to get here but found renewed energy to check this place out so lasted the day and slept that night so quickly acclimatised which was great. Yesterday jumped on a taxi motorbike and rode through the lush surroundings to white beach when I spent the day. Amazing stretch of beach, white sand of coarse ...
... Fantastic Philippines 2012' adventure! After the white knuckle coach journey, we jumped in a tuk tuk, 8p each and off to the Mall it was, all while i collected everyones fare along the way as i was closest to the driver!! The Mall itself was HUGE, with every type of shop you can imagine. We had 3 hours there which wasn't really enough to get round properly, but still managed to get a cap for me, and Miss K ...
... but the locals don't question it much and the foreigners just shake their heads.
An interesting aspect of the mayor's objective is how he/she goes about accruing secured votes. Although it's probably technically illegal, votes can quite literally be bought around here. A story from another town was told to me about how a mayoral candidate's staff could be found circulating the town in the weeks leading up to the election handing ...
... we find it quite choppy and cold, so decide to take the man in the boat up on his offer, gliding along behind the boat in our snorkeling gear to watch the hundreds of colourful fish swim by. Cold, because it may not be raining but it is not hot like in Manila, we are taken back to the bigger boat, and make our way back. On the way we stop at another beach which we look at, but we soon arrive at Puerto Galera. ...
... be a very boring and dull place. There are two types of people here now, the divers/tourists and the service staff/locals.
The beachfront is chockablock dive shop/accommodations/restaurants. In Sabang, everything touches everything else. To walk through the town usually means walking through shops and restaurants and through someone’s outside patio where they are cooking but also selling ...