Bethel Guest House
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... we didn't see any of the healers we were looking for and it was extremely tiring. Charlotte drove for a while to give me a break and had a bit of a wobble whilst I was shouting 'Braaaake' and using her foot to brake! She finally came to a stop on the road not down the side of the ditch/hill thank god! Her toe was bleeding and some of her nail was missing... How on earth are we going to manage 6 months.. We've only been away 3 weeks and she has ...
... darkness. It is damp and slimy because there's a spring river that goes through the whole stretch. We were greeted by catfish in the water as I stepped in. You have to watch your footing AND what's above you, helmets are vital in this cave adventure. It is filled with stalagmites and stalactites and awesome formations of calcium buildup where water continuously flows. We were told that the calcium pools are where the cleanest and purest waters run ...
... interaction with the whale sharks. It was important not only for our own safety but also to lessen disturbance to the whale sharks. We were asked to obey the following rules:
- Do not touch the shark: it could react violently or swim away, leading to a shorter interaction.
- Do not throw trash in the water: the shark may accidentally swallow it.
- Keep a minimum distance of 4 meters from the shark.
- No sun cream.
- No flash ...
It's around midday as the fast ferry comes into dock. It's taken two hours to get here from Tagbilaran where I stopped overnight after arriving from Cebu. I can see the Rizal Boulevard running along the sea wall, with fancy lamp posts and trees. Behind the city in the distance I can see the mountains.
Dumaguete is known as the City of Gentle People and the capital of the province of Negros Oriental. It has a population of 120,000, and is popular with expats. I ...
After our few days at Alona beach we was once again on the move and traveling to Siquijor Island. We arrived at Siquijor with no idea what to expect, no accommodation booked and only £8 in Peso which also turned out to be a problem as there was only one ATM on the island and it was quite a journey. We had read about a place called Coral Cay Resort so decided to try it to see what it was like and hope for the best, luckily they had 2 ...