Hidden Coral Divers Club
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... to our hotel. We went for dinner on the beach and had fried shrimp cooked with onion and peppers in a creamy sauce with rice. It was amazing! Although the service from staff here is terrible, we sat at a dirty table full of plates for about half an hour, I had to ask 4 people to clean it and they just looked at me and walked off, so rude, they didn't get a tip!! We then went and got some ice cream from buzz cafe and headed back to the hotel.
... This is their summer break and school will resume in June.
The Philippines is actually made up of 7,107 various islands and Bohol is pretty good size as we barely go around the land mass. The goal of the day was to stop and see the tarsier monkeys. Tiny little dudes with big eyes. There was a bus full of Japanese visitors there with us and as would be expected, they provided much comedy for Rob and I. I ...
... the noggins to make everything nice and strong. This wasn't a hard job but it was time consuming. I managed to get all the noggins nailed into place by the end of the day.
That evening I didn't do much. I went for a quick drink with my boss and then had yet another awesome dinner made by Anna. For the rest of the evening I stayed in to catch up with my blog and talk to Anna's lovely family.
On my last day volunteering I was the only carpenter working on the project. ...
... but I felt like a danger to society and gave up. In the afternoon, we went to see the Tarsiers which are tiny little primates. I didn't expect then to be quite so small. The other people on our tour had carried on drinking and it was a bit embarrassing to watch them. They were being really rowdy and all the local people were watching them. Last stop was the chocolate hills. It was quite a walk up to the top and the hills were green not brown but it was still a ...
... orchid garden, grotto, reclining Buddha pool, aviary, animal cages. Obviously some taste and some expense put into this effort... But we were the only people there! We eventually stumbled into an area of habitation, all glass and circular wood stairs, on two levels and with about 3 connected buildings. A well dressed Asian woman came out of a room that looked like a fabric workshop was happening and began asking questions like who we were, did we not have a guide etc. pleasant ...