Sabang Inn Beach & Dive Resort
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... to fiesta time feasts with local families the food was amazingly good. Why aren’t they selling that stuff??
Worst of all is the Philippinos’ number one delicacy: Balut. Those of you who have been following this blog will know I’m not one to shy away from a food challenge. I used to say, “I’ll try anything once… except oysters.” and I’ve long since tried those too (not so bad unless ...
... of the veg curry rut and had a
tasty pizza, as did Tom. We then had a wander through Sabang centre
to check out the “interesting” night life, mainly old, fat
western men with their tiny, disturbingly young Filipino
“girlfriends”, plus a few curtained off discos, massage shops,
and karaoke bars crammed with teenagers. Not overly tempted by any of
the options on offer we headed back and watched a film.
... is known to be a rough passage. Our ride was a little rocky, to say the least, and a couple of people got sick during the passage. The woman behind me kept moaning and I thought forsure she was going to puke on me...but she somehow made it through the whole way. Thankfully though, Beth, Joe and I all have strong stomachs, and we thought the ride was kinda fun, haha. The island of Mindoro is absolutely incredible...we spent 3 days hiking to ...
... super experience. De plus avec les torches LED, on peut voir les vraies couleurs des poissons ou des coraux, sans l'attenuation du spectre a cause du soleil. Vois des pieuvres, des lionfish, des scorpion fish, des murenes, des nudibracnhes, beaucoup de Bernard Lhermite, des poissons, bref genial... Rentre, vais manger avec Ivy, indien comme d'habitude, deux trois rhum cokes puis retournons dans la chambre mater Vampire's diaries, internet et football a la ...
... but the locals don't question it much and the foreigners just shake their heads.
An interesting aspect of the mayor's objective is how he/she goes about accruing secured votes. Although it's probably technically illegal, votes can quite literally be bought around here. A story from another town was told to me about how a mayoral candidate's staff could be found circulating the town in the weeks leading up to the election handing ...
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