Bethel Guest House
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... looked the place up and the trike dude knew where to take me. I was relieved to be back at my room with the dodgy toilet and now apparent ant problem. Anyway, I sorted my money and booked for a day trip doing three dives at Apo Island on Friday. My first impressions of Dumaguete weren't great. However, my judgement was clouded by my earlier predicament. The next three days were memorable and now I wish I had longer. Next blog: a diving panda, lakes and whale ...
The island of Siquijor is already bewitching as it loomed ahead of us, the outline of the mountains blurred into a thin veil of clouds that appeared to envelop the island. It is mountaineous, surrounded by clear water in different hues of blue. We're staying in Flora's Dive and Resort and it is located on the beach, in the town of Larena. The waves today are strong, carried by winds from the ocean. We rented a scooter for the 4 days we're staying here. --- Oh ...
... uses to filter feed
- Whale sharks have five large pairs of gills
- The head is wide and flat with two small eyes at the front.
- Whale sharks are grey with a white belly.
- Their skin is marked with pale yellow spots and stripes which are unique
to each individual.
- In the Philippines, it is called butanding and balilan. The whale shark is featured on the reverse of the Philippine 100-peso ...
... Harold's Mansion and discovering ten peso trike rides and 5 peso baked goods. I was there because I had heard that the diving was the best in the Philippines what I hadn't heard was that Apo Island was extensively dynamite fished and badly affected in last years typhoon. The diving, which would have been ***** regardless was made worse by the fact that I was limited to swimming around and around the bottom of the boat a few meters below ...
... br> You don't ask how much, you just give 10 pesos, ok?
Only 10 pesos, no more, ok?
We come up to the main road and we stop. He talks to a man to our right, then to one across the road. A little red van pulls up. He points to it. You go and only pay 20 pesos, ok?
Ok. It's not 10 anymore, now it's 20. Fine, still a bargain.
I jump in the back on one of the bench seats, at the rear. I'm not expecting we will go directly ...