Vitton & Woodland Beach Resorts
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The flight from Manila to Legazpi was the most harrowing flight I've ever embarked upon and even Matt found it a little ropey. I felt like as we left the plane I could've spotted a couple of 'L' plates hanging off the back. I've never been so pleased to put my feet on solid ground. But I had beautiful distraction as we were landing at least. A quick glance out of the window showed me Mayon. Mt Mayon is a very active volcano that is one of the most perfect cones in the world. ...
Take heed for the time hath come to recount the dark days of The Philippines. Long I have put off writing about these tales for time had no meaning and as each hour passed it felt like an age of the earth had gone by. I fell deeper into shadow than ever before on previous journeys and I feared that I may never return to the light.
The darkness began to descend before leaving Bangkok where we had spent seven days celebrating the festive period with family, ...
With all of the members of our newfound group destined for different parts of the Philippines, and with the two of us struggling to function during much of the daytime in such heat, we decided to make our way back to Manila to hop a flight out. Reasoning that we'd managed to coincide our trip with seeing the whale sharks, we hoped to return to the Philippines at a cooler time of year to explore the rest of the island nation.
Tee checked out early, destined for ...
We awoke early to get fitted for flippers and masks and eat breakfast before taking a wander down to the tourist centre. After an exciting introductory video explaining what we would be doing on our trip (and showing the Butanding Interaction Officers as something similar to the A-team), we joined our BIO Abe and his crew and set off. The boat trip out to sea was pleasant and placid, with the half-dozen boats spreading out to search the waters off the Donsol coastline ...
... one (Shoreline) and, to avoid any further hiking in the sun, the five of us boarded a tricycle. These are motorbikes with roofed sidecars, and so Sean and Mitsy got in the sidecar whilst Tee was on its roof with the luggage. This left the two of us on the bike behind the rider, who was perched on the bike's fuel tank. Quick progress it was not, and bumpy corners were mildly alarming, but it was certainly more fun than walking.
We spent ...