Travel Blogs from Moalboal
... t believe how cheap the food and beer was. San Miguel is the beer that everyone drinks over here, and a bottle is around 50p. For the same price you can also buy San Miguel Red Horse..which is 7%. I don't remember much after this discovery on my first night.. It's also amazing how well everyone speaks English here, often with an American accent. Everywhere you go you hear 'hello mam', 'thank you mam' in that irritating American drawl. So after a couple of days milling around ...
... for our dive, will tell you all about it on my return. A great drift dive, for those that don't know what it is, its when the current is flowing fast and you just float along with hardly any effort. Saw 2 turtles which again pleased me. We stopped at one point for us all to gather together, I looked around but couldn't see the Princess but guessed she was somewhere about as nobody was looking worried. It wasn't until we finished the dive that she told me she was above ...
... shop panagsama, just coz they have nutella crepes.
Food arrived and they were yummy!!! Shop owner was from France. No wonder the crepes are in such high standard. Checked the camera again. SD card was still faulty. And no spare ones. Damn. Luckily the shop owner, Sebastien, offered to help us get a new one when he pass by town.
To Be Continued...
... a couple of ours. I love to do these things with my wife. We always end up talking and fantasying about our next adventure or project and how we are going to do it and so on. In the night it was time to see the other people from the hostel again and itīs always nice to meet people that you get along with. I must say that we have met quite a lot of people on this trip which I am very happy to have meat.
I enjoyed my stay at ...
... and french fries, all of which were pretty grim, then
chilled in our room before crashing out very early
had a tip from the French couple we met in El Nido about seeing whale
sharks we headed to meet them. This has been a dream since we first
starting planning our trip. Usually the 'friendly' whale sharks or
butanding as they are called here, are found in ...