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The Possibility of Drowning

A Tropical Cyclone Has Blown Into Subic

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Rain on Mother's Day

Since this video it has literally been 30 hours of non-stop torrential rain. A tropical cyclone has reared it's head just off the coast and I am still worried about the possibility of drowning.

To think Gianne and I were scared in the dark last night with no power and a strange tapping noise outside- this is what we woke up to this morning.....
Trouble in Paradise

One and half hours and $70 later, Olongapo City Immigration has officially allowed me to stay in the Philippines for another 6 weeks! Woo hoo! Got my visa!!!

Got my visa!!!

Of course what better way to spend a day which would have otherwise been spend holed up inside hoping the cyclone will blow away?

Posted by VascoDiveMaster 17:48 Archived in Philippines Tagged sunsets_and_sunrises beaches birds boats rain diving philippines bay tropical tour scuba dive wreck subic torrential cyclone vascos dive_master subic_dive_centre

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Good to see you can stay a bit longer and keep me entertained with your dive stories!!!

by Liz Fulton

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