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The good thing about the Philippines is that you can find chorizo... Another heritage of the Spanish colonization! But I still haven't tasted this Filipino chorizo.
Chorizo for sale
The shop where I took the picture was closed when I passed. I also spot, in the restaurant-bar-grocery-karaoke near where I live, rice chorizo on the menu.
To be tested next day, then! And of course, the beer we drink here is San Miguel...
Still no whale shark
Otherwise, still no whale shark for this last day of diving in Leyte. Never mind. As a consolation, I had the boat for myself alone today. The group of five Chinese Hong Kong who plunged with me the days before left. Phew. It is less flashes to gush in front of the nudibranchs ... I gave myself a joy, during the two dive of the day.
Tomorrow's departure at dawn... hoping to catch a hypothetical morning ferry to the island of Bohol. I'm leaving Leyte before the big rush at the beginning of the season, according to Phil and Ron, the Australian and the Englishman who run the Sogod Bay Scuba Resort. They are sold out from February 1st. But I might find the crowd in Panglao, Alona Beach exactly, my next stop. We'll see what happens.