C & L Bay View Inn
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... The market dried up or something, so he company is no more, he is retired, and the house is built instead for tourists. He says he and his wife live in Dumaguete, but also spend time in the beach house. From the quality of the materials and finishing, I would guess that he intends to move there permanently in the future.
As Peter suggested, I go for a snorkel off the beach later. The ladies lend me a mask and the older one hands me a tattered piece of paper, telling me I ...
... is just starting to develop. Until recently this area has been little more than a cluster of poor fishing villages but starting a year or two ago, they got the idea of marketing the whale sharks. They even began to feed them which has enticed these critters to stay in the area and not migrate. Tourists have started to flock to the area for the opportunity to swim with these gentle sharks, however the area itself is still largely ...
... a boat over to the island that was arranged by our hotel Liberty's Lodge, the transfer cost £9 each. The boat over to the island is very small and you get splashed a lot especially in our case when the sea was quite choppy. There are only three hotels on the island with Liberty's Lodge being the biggest and the only one available over Christmas. The island only generates electricity for certain hours of the day, they were generally 6am - 9am, 12pm - 2.30pm and 6pm - ...
... to it involved some scrambling and river crossing which made it feel like a proper adventure. It looks like there used to be a concrete walkway but we gathered that it was washed away after a typhoon relatively recently.
Next stop is Siquijor Island which is supposed to be very beautiful and relatively untouched, which will likely be our final destination in the Philippines before we head to NZ!
... the 5 meter puppy dog. Now the whale shark has hit the jackpot and it didn’t take long for a few whale sharks to take up residence and for the town of Oslob to realize they had hit the jackpot when divers and snorkelers continued to pay rising prices to swim with this new found pets.
We were not fully aware of the situation until we arrived at the site but we continued the dive and were in the water with four whale sharks, one baby at ...