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... be threatened. The females give birth to dozens if not hundreds of pups, however they only release a small number each day. This is why they stay in deep, dark water for a long period of time - for protection.
There are other areas in the Philippines that offer swimming with the whale sharks. Mexico and other central american countries offer this as well, however, it is done on a seasonal basis. In other words, only when the ...
... as well until another fisherman came in on his boat then he sat there for another hour or so as well, possibly the longest 90 minutes of my life. Anyway they finally left and I prepped myself for doing it again, sat up so I was on the balls of my feet, just about to grab the ring from my bag and get down on one knee, when Ange looked up from her book and said "What are you doing? Why are you sitting like that? You're so weird!" Again, moment spoiled.
So it ...
... our way to our last stop the Lugnason Falls. There wasn't even any water running here, not even a drip, but the young boys on the gate were still happy to charge us to go down there. Haha typical. We stopped at the Port to buy our boat tickets for the morning then we had an ice cream and a few local treats from the bakery. Back to our hotel to chill out and have another nice dinner at there ...
Teamed up with Karina, Simon, and Jean to head out for some cool caves. We took the Cerbes bus at the Robinson terminal bus station. The fare is 92pesos each way and you need to get off at the Bulwang where the cave information center is. Each cristal novice cave has a 15 pesos for entry. You need ...
... and I took Dazza to meet our adopted family and enjoy another fiesta feast. The next day we took a trip to Oslob to dive with whale sharks – the largest fish in the world, up to 12m long. You’re not supposed to go within a certain distance of these monsters, but when their meter wide mouths come scooping up plankton right over your head, all you can do is remind yourself they don’t have teeth and hope their gigantic tail doesn’t whip you on the way ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed