Sherwood Bay Resort
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... also discover that traditional Filipino food is nothing to get excited about, this explains why most eating establishments are imported cuisines..Japanese, Italian, American...eat anything but the Filipino food.
Back to our room along the main street, still bustling with motorbikes and people early on a Saturday night. Vide-oke (as they call it here) is wailing out from various venues up and down the main street. These Filipinos do love a sing. Some of them can even hold a tune.
... I hadn't even picked up a tool yet.
On the first day we cemented all of the floor. I really wanted to make a good first impression so I worked flat out. Myself and a couple of other Filipino's were the one's who was mixing all the concrete and then passing it into the house for it to be laid and levelled. We managed to lay 3/4 of the floor before lunch time which was good timing.
At 11.30 I went back to Anna's for a couple of hours to have some lunch and to ...
... also another destination everyone talks about. You take a boat to an island resort where you can enjoy there white sand beach and pool facility. Oslob beach is rocky, it has no sand, that's why people go there for the day. The day package is costly in my opinion. Philippines has 7107 free white sand beaches, why should I pay to play in one. We opted to visit Siquojor Island instead.
200 pesos @ $4.50 : Taxi to ...
... beggars and how they are everywhere. Five minutes later a girl came between us and tried to grab our fruit, I moved the bag away so she then started begging for money. We told her to go away but she didn't. We continued to talk side by side but then she got between us again. The girl kept putting her hand out for money. All of a sudden I could feel her in my pocket trying to get my iPhone. I turned around and caught her just as soon as she touched my phone. Luckily I ...
I had a wonderful final day in the Philippines today, which I spent exploring Bohol Island on a private tour I booked through my resort.
Got an early start this morning, waking up at 7:15 and ate breakfast at Oasis Resort. Finished packing, checked out, and met my driver, Ferdinand. We set out at 8:16 in his silver Hyundai Accent, driving across Panglao Island and across the bridge to Bohol Island.
Our first stop was the Blood ...