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... gate. The announcements are in English and Tagalog, though I can understand neither. I follow the crowd.
To the wrong ferry.
That's two outta four ferries I have wrong so far this trip. Must do better.
I retrace my steps back to the gate and the man at the door looks at my ticket and points to a another door, 20 metres away. go through the it and follow a handful of passengers down a ramp, past some little shops, around a large truck, between ...
... bricks, and lots and lots of graduation ceremonies--school just let out for the summer and each little town has a school. We also went snorkeling while on Siquijor. First we went right off of Royal Cliff, and then we went down the coast a it to a marine sanctuary right off of the super posh resort. It was great! We saw lots of coral and fish and fun colors. Some highlights were the nutibranchs, giant clams, colorful tropical reef fish I don't know ...
... 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 ...
... Easy!!! Don't know what I was worried about.
I had to beg my new fiancÚ to write those last few paragraphs, she's sat here cringing about it, not the romantic type, unlike myself. Anyway after she finally said yes, we sat on the beach for the rest of the day enjoying ourselves as a newly engaged couple. The ring is slightly too big though so we're going to get it resized when we get home then she can start wearing it.
That evening the hotel put on ...
... 8211; only later we realized that the hostel actually offered to do our laundry for 18 (and not 80) Pesos a kg. And so our profit turned into a loss ;). However we were one travel story which we probably will still remember in a few years richer.
Anyway we spent the afternoon strolling around Rizal Boulevard which is a popular hang out for the locals despite the rather awful smell coming from the sea. A nice dinner at ...