Wellbeach Dive Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... catamaran over here from the mainland he's a divemaster here who visited 3 years ago married a Local and stayed. We went for a SCUBA dive with him yesterday which was awesome. Kate's certified so has done it all before I however have not. I did the PADI intro to diving course they run from the liberty's dive school - learnt the basic skills of what to do, purging the regulator (breathing bit), emptying the mask if it fills up ...
... br> There are no divers today, and without the transit group there are only 5 of us actually snorkelling, it’s very comfy indeed. And a lazy day for the crew who are used to dealing with multitudes of divers and their gear. So it works out well for them too.
We get to Apo and the transit German girls and one other guy fill the banca with their packs, there is no more room for them so they swim to the beach.
Off for a lazy snorkel through the 'marine ...
... blink an eye because it is so common, whether it’s actually accepted as a reasonable exchange (a better life for money for company/sex/marital) is hard to tell. Anyway…I digress…
We find KRI, a highly rated restaurant in town and have a superb meal, easily the best in the Phillipines so far. We have been advised that Dumaguete is the foodie capital of the Phillipines and if this restaurant is any measure, we’re going to eat well here.
... rope in the lines of bancas already jostling with excited tourists from every SEA country. We are some of the few white people here.
“Where are the whalesharks?” asks J-she, as one rises not 5 metres from us. “Oooooh. There they are!” We quickly jump into the water and are immediately in a world of Whaleshark wonder…there’s another, and another…the fishermen are feeding them crushed shrimp from their boats and ...
... mafia’ who wanted 250 peso to take me to JJ’s Backpackers about 15mins down the road. When i told them i’d wait for a public jeepney/ shared taxi they were adamant they don’t run on the island, although i knew they did as i’d been told they do by other travellers i’d met in Dumaguete. Incredibly a lot of the tourists coming here happily stump up this exorbitant price, some even pay it per person even though they are sharing ...