Hidden Coral Divers Club
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... Gucci and Louis Vuitton based on my other experiences in the city. The whole area just felt incredibly fake to me so I visited the museum (which was actually very good) and then caught a cab to "real" Manila where I ate my last supper at Aristocrat, known for its BBQ chicken. Very tasty!
From there I headed back to the airport and took a very short (3 hr) overnight flight to Seoul, South Korea which is definitely worthy of its own post so stay tuned!
... American guy on his own who was a Ned Flanders - Antony Keidis look alike. He also happened to be stuck in reverse, talked excruciatingly slow and asked us a hell of a lot of really pointless questions. Still nice enough guy just a bit on the boring side! After breakfast we had to get in a small paddle boat and get taken out the 20 metres to the reef, easily swimmable but apparently it's a protected reef so the boat is a must, at a cost ...
... tight shorts so I could feel what she was doing. I turned around and went mental at her. I told her to **** off. Thinking back on it I wish I got one of my Filipino notes out so that I could rip it up in front of her. I was so angry that I started shaking. The following day Aline's flight was at 3pm, I wanted to go the embassy to get an extension on my visa but they were closed over the weekends. I literally had no idea what I wanted to do. I didn't want to stay in Cebu because ...
... from the 20 acre sanctuary portion. They estimate 10 Tarsiers Live indies the enclosure, and maybe a 100 or so altogether. Every day the guides spend 2 hours in the morning seeking the spots where the nocturnal and solitary little guys have parked themselves also they can show them to us tourists. Today they had found 4 of them, 2 were down low near the trail and easy to view, and 2 were high up in the bush. Needless to say, they are cuteness incarnate ...
... allowed to go in, or so our boatman told us).
My Pa and I climbed out the boat and snorkeled for some time, careful not to go too far from our banca.
Then, that's when I started to get dizzy. My stomach seemed to dance with the waves and tip upside down that I hastily removed my mask and snorkel and called for help from the boatman so I could climb back on the boat.
I was able to clamber back on board, but I still felt dizzy. It didn't ...