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... are male. On the morning that we went out, there were probably a good dozen or so who had showed up for the early morning feeding. When we plunged in, there were two or three swimming right beside our tiny boat. They are very gentle creatures. The most dangerous part of being in the water with them is their tale or fin which could slice you wide open with a single swish. As I mentioned, they swim straight at you, which can be ...
... great visibility and we were able to see amazing fish and corals from the shore. After dinner we had local teenage boys perform on the drums to the guests at the hotel - they were actually pretty good.
The next morning (Christmas Eve) we went to snorkel with the turtles again and went for a walk around the island and found a nice secluded beach on the other side of the island, this is where it all happened. The next bit comes from James......
... that the Philippines have so many islands (more than 7000) one spends quite some traveling from island to the other. However as the buses are generally quite good it's not much of an hassle especially if you have a lot time like we have. So a few ferry rides and a crazy bus ride later (the bus driver must have been a race driver in his former life) we were back again in Cebu City this time staying in the bug free Myra's Pension.
Karina and I decided to try to get to the Apo Island and take our chances. We head out to the Ceres bus terminal at the Robinson Square. We took the bus to the Malatapay for 25pesos and took 30 minutes.
When we got to the wharf, they told us all the boats have left and if we want to go to Apo Island we need to hire a private boat which would cost around 2000 pesos. We decided ...
... to live bands. The next day we rested up on the beach at JJ’s, but that night there was no rest. Jiesa organised us a lift in their pickup truck to the Fiesta in Lazi with her nephew and some of the staff from the resort. We had a great time there dancing to live bands in the huge pavilion with the locals, but the trip home was an ordeal. Our truck broke down in the middle of nowhere and, after failed attempts at repairs and some entertaining cow chasing by Bepe, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service