Cle Dor Hotel
Travel Blogs from Manila
... salon called “Bangs” to get my hair colored this weekend. I walked in and 10 plus girls dressed in catholic school girl uniforms, yelled out in unison, “Good Morning Ma’am”. I had two people color my hair; they parted my hair down the middle and each person took a side. Then one person washed my hair and two more blow dried my hair. Finally, one more person styled my hair. That’s six different people that took care of me. ...
... little else so we asked at a airport information desk for information about busses heading to Daet. The guy at the information desk was about as much use as Stevie Wonder in a game of I spy, he didn't have a clue he didn't even know where Daet was and had never even heard of it! So we got In a taxi and asked to go to the DLTB bus station going on a bus to Daet, after a short drive we was dropped at a bus station in downtown ...
... was open air on all four sides. All the meeting areas were open air, too. Our days were basically our own with exception of the one hour class/demo times and massage and of course meals which were always a raw food feast. One day we went out to spend a few hours at their budding Eco Village of which I fell in love with the main building and would love to retire in a place just like it. And then the other half at a secluded beach that was pretty magnificent in and of itself. I met ...
... finding the smallest of rare animals at about 30m deep. Our guide even found a pygmy seahorse which was all yellow and only the size of your pinky finger nail! We couldn't believe just how lucky we were to have seen such beautiful underwater creatures that some people spend endless hours trying to find.Our second dive later that morning was only about 100m away from the first site but had many different species of sea life. We saw several small white tip reef sharks, lots of fish ...
... than other charities at the minute. Exchange rate is good in this part of the world and these guys are truly ******. We'll be handing out whatever budget we don't spend on Monday to the streetfolk in the area. More than 25% of the population of the Phipz is allegedly in poverty. We count 4 people sleeping rough before we get to the first bar, and some of them are young children. It's tough to walk past it when we're fairly well off Leah ordered up an apple San Miguel. Is very ...
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