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... A natural, normal repose that made me very sad.
I kiss Karen on the lips as the tricycle drops me at my hotel. Strange that it is the first kiss we share that night. It's late, but Karen heads back to the bar, hoping to find another client.
Drunk. Lonely. Horny. I got reasons for what I did. But I don't offer any excuses.
So......you can judge me if you like, but please, be kinder to Karen, she has a child to support.
I have ...
... back the to entrance to complain. Back at the entrance they told me that the boat is only 250pesos and the kayak is 150pesos so they were basically trying to rip me off at the lake. When I mentioned that I wanted to hike, they said I could of because there is a path. So again the people by the lake lied to me. I just wanted to get out of here so I just got my driver to take me down. I didn't even take one picture of the lake because to me it was rubbish and I ...
Simon writing. We left Siqijour and took an hours boat ride to dumaguete city which is on negros oriental island in the south, as soon as we arrived here it felt similar to Puerto Princessa, which we loved. We got a tricycle to a guest house which we read about called Harold's Mansion, it was a great find, the rooms were a reasonable price and they had an awesome rooftop bar/restaurant/lounge area, with pool table, we booked initially just two ...
We left on the 18th for Cebu. We had to take a taxi 15 minutes out of town to Sibulan, however once there we found out that the ferries had been cancelled due to high winds and waves. We had to take another taxi further down the coast and hop on a larger ferry that held cars and buses. We were the last to arrive - they were about to pull in the gang plank just as we got there. The ride across from Negros Is. to Cebu Is. took about 45 minutes and ...
... minutes and brought us to another place where we received a three minute instruction about the dos & don'ts of whale shark watching (basically no touching, no flashlights and keeping a distance of at least four meters – sounds a bit like secondary school disco ;)). Then finally the paddle boat brought us about 150 meters away from shore where we spotted the four whale sharks. The educated reader might now ask why the whale sharks (which by the way are whales and ...