Last weekend I made a trip to Malapascua with my friend Sandy. It was a spontaneous trip that came to fruition only after a few nonsense chatting over what to do on a weekend. I was able to find cheap tickets from Cebu Pacific last week and hurriedly penciled out the last weekend for this whirlwind incursion north of the province of Cebu.
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