While waiting for the pump boat, we took pictures and played some games. I forgot what they’re called. Something like ice water or whatever. I’m not familiar with it. 😛
Just check out our pics below. 🙂
We had so much fun while waiting… then when the boat came we also took some pictures but maybe I’ll upload them next time. When we got back to the city, we had dinner at Deco’s–a very nice restaurant which serves La Paz Batchoy and Pre-War Pan de sal.
We then went to rest soon after. We woke up a little bit late the next day but it was a good thing that the other delegates haven’t left yet. We were all ready to leave and it was a good hour before our scheduled flight that we got to the airport. 🙂
But there was another problem there. We weren’t allowed to board because we haven’t paid the “no show” fee back in Manila. It was a good thing that Ate Shan and the other volunteers were able to come up with a certain amount to cover the fee. It was only 10 minutes prior to departure time that our luggage were boarded and that we were given the boarding pass. When we got through, we were like playing in Amazing Race. hehe. We were literally running in the airport to the terminal. 😛
When we got in the plane… *whew!* what a relief!
We arrived around 40 minutes after…
Welcome home! 🙂