Or in the vernacular of the locals, Mabuhay!
The news I alluded to yesterday was that my long lost daughter (lost in the sense that I’ve not seen her for years) Avery and her partner Annie popped into the PI for a rendezvous.
A chip off the ol’ block. I’m not Avery’s birth father, but she was just a baby when I married her mother (that wold be wife #2 for you all keeping score at home) so I’m the only father she has ever known. Somehow she managed to overcome that handicap and is living a happy life. There is no greater success than that!
Avery and Annie. Quite the adventurers as they are six months into a journey that has taken them to Hawaii, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, and now the PI. Next up is Myanmar, and after that Korea is on the radar.
Annie has been blogging their exploits at Nomadic Vortex, go give it a read.
Well, we’ve seen and done the things that you can do in Baretto, and they seem to have enjoyed themselves. They even had a blast in the go-go bars which touched my drunken heart. They’ll be flying out to more adventure tomorrow on Palawan Island.and from there, who can say? The world is their oyster and they have youth on their side.
Jet ski fun day. It was a first for Loraine and she was crazy about it…
They are off!
They are back! Me? I stayed on the beach and drank some beers. I don’t do much, but what I do, I do well!
Yesterday was our banka boat adventure.
Annie felt like king of the world…
We stopped at a small island in the middle of the bay. I was channeling Magellan and claimed the land in the name of Spain. One of the locals said “I’m Lapu-Lapu” so I quickly retreated.
With the daughter and my bodyguard Loraine…
The lonely light house at the summit of our small isle.
I mentioned the outstanding food here at our resort, here’s a taste:
That’s not everything they serve here at Blue Rock, but you get the idea.
Yikes! Gotta check out of here now and catch the bus to Angeles City.