Panglao Tropical Villas
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... hypotheses :). I drove to the viewpoint near Carmen which was quite beautiful. I love these unique landscapes! The Earth is pretty awesome!
From Carmen I worked my way back to Panglao with stops at a butterfly sanctuary and then a tarsier sanctuary. Tarsiers are one of the smallest primates in the world and are native to the Philippines. They are completely carnivorous, have enormous eyes compared to the size of their bodies, are nocturnal, and tend ...
... that impressive, just a few hills on a plain, but we were already there so we took some time to try to appreciate the view and to take some photos.
Now it was time to start going back. I was pretty tired cause all of the driving so I offered Tez to drive which she happily accepted. It was good for both of us because she got to practice her driving skills and I could have a rest for a while. She ended up driving most of the way except for the main road because it was ...
... us wanted to eat here but we thought it would be the centre of town with more restaurants around it. This wasn't the case. So McDonald's it was. After our lunch we bought some fruit and water for the long travels which lied ahead. Then we got a cheaper tricycle back to the port to catch our ferry. We remembered to take a jumper out of our luggage before they put our luggage on the boat. Aline went all out and got two jumpers, trousers and a scarf. I think she thought we were going ...
... The first one we stopped at barely had enough room for us and the Philippino man that we were sharing with. It was short so you had to hunch, and I worried that it would blow apart in the wind. It did the job though. The second time we stopped, we sat under a small bus shelter. Richard bought a beverage from a small roadside stand, and we enjoyed that while waiting out the storm. By the time we arrived at the Chocolate hills, we were cold and wet. We took a ...
... bike to the bee farm (hitting 60mph on bumpy roads= frightening although I managed to refrain from wrapping my arms around him in panic!)
Great little BBQ eatery from dinners, choose your meats and watch them get cooked up with a tasty bbq suace, cheapest place on the 'strip' for a decent meal.
Worth a look, would love to go back and investigate a sign on a local hut offering viewing of the "Big Spider" for 20pesos :D