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... Quite upsetting when you know that thereis money to buy the food, and there are families out there starving, and it's purely a lack of oganisation that is stopping food from being delivered.
On thursday there was no food delivery at all so after waiting around the centre for halfthemorning we gaveup and went to the cinema to see hunger games. There were three power cuts during the showing which keeps you on your toes.
We went back to the repacking ...
... for the visa and more as it all went, I with drew on my credit card not debit so it will cost even more by the time the interest is added, ok folks that's enough laughing! One night in the city was all we needed, had a good meal and a few beers on the boulevard, I stayed out, my new friends went back to the hotel for a massage. I got home for midnight a little worse for wear but I've been worse. 21st Jan: Oslob On the move again to a small town called Oslob where you ...
... br> After cleaning ourselves, we went for a big meal for dinner. We picked our seafood and they cooked it fresh for us. Look!!! The grilled squid is super delicious. I loved it.
The sky was cleared by the night and many stars were up gazing on the sky. They were beautiful. Never seen so many stars in my lifetime before. What a perfect thing to end the day.
To Be Continued...
... day of the year. We managed (just) to laugh at our mistake,
although the tricycle driver could have laughed a bit less hard!
hunt for a room continued, with us visiting every single resort in
town, only to find that even the ridiculously expensive ones were all
fully booked. As if this wasn't bad enough, the journey was made more
lively by first a sudden rainstorm, battering our bags perched on the
tricycle roof and then, to add insult to injury, ...
... I'd say this was more impressive than the whaleshark in a way, even though they are nowhere near as big they look like real dangerous sharks. Even though we are at 24m I can't really tell much difference than most of our other dives although I am struggling to equalise my right ear which is causing painful pressure on it from time to time.
We hit 31m and settle on the bottom to do the exercises. I can tell the difference now, it's noticeably colder, ...