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... where nearer to our hostel than where we first began. Brilliant. Whilst we worked out what direction to take to get home we stocked up on loads of snacks at the seven eleven. This brought back so many memoirs from Asia last year when seven eleven was Eve and mines saviour for so long. Oh how I love you 7/11. Once again it served us well with a midnight munch of croissants, crisps and chocolate. It kept us satisfied all the way back to Nathan road to our hostel where we all slept like ...
... goodbye to Stephanie. It was so sad to say goodbye to her. Despite us not being able to hang out this week due to her having midterms, I was happy to still see her. Her family was so generous with me. I will be forever grateful for their hospitality.
I took a cab to the airport. The Filipino airport charged a five-hundred fifty pesos for a "terminal fee." Can't believe they charge that for me leaving their country. Never had I ever had a country ...
... puka shells decorating its beaches. So small and soft, walking on them was smooth and easy.
This is our last day here. We had made ourselves at home here. Finding our neighborhood bar for sunset and drinks. Coco Loco . Treehouse, a great restaurant with live acoustic music for great pizza and sizzling seafood plates. This island wasn't too much as they said it would be. It wasn't too late. You just have to find where you feel the most at home, kick off your sandals.. Relax , And stay a ...
Well the tiny island of Boracay has an impressive draw for tourists, we heard whispers from people we met about how amazing it was...voted best beach in the world etc. Managed to get really cheap flights from the nearby airport in Kaliban to Clark near manilla so decided to risk the high prices and see what the fuss was about.
Took all day to get there; ferry across to Iloila, 6 hour Ceres bus, brisk jog to avoid over priced taxis in favour ...
... the main road from White Beach across from the Grand Vista Resort. There's a very small bar in one corner and half a dozen tables on a pebblecrete floor. Just three local girls there when I arrived, all dressed in orange Ts and cut off jean shorts which I assumed was the staff uniform. I ordered a JW and coke and the the curry wurst for 470 pesos. A guy with a German accent just walked in who I think may be the owner.
Second lunch just a arrived - two thick tasty sausages covered ...