Citadel Alona Inn
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... to their body size. The sanctuary was created to protect these tiny little critters, and for a small fee we were able to see them sleeping in the trees. They didn't really do much; they just watched you with their cute little eyes, and blinked tiredly. I loved them. Richard was also 'super excited' to see them. After the tarsiers, we headed towards the Chocolate Hills, which are a series of nearly identical grassy hills (1268 to be exact) with sizes ranging from ...
... they have
recently started to stay in the Oslob, Cebu area.
the set up isn't great as the local fishermen have been feeding the
whale sharks to keep them in the area. However, equally, this is one
of the poorest regions of the Philippines, with very few other ways
to tempt Filipino or foreign tourists so it is totally understandable
that the locals have jumped full pelt into this money making scheme.
... was pretty cool. There was the edge of a pretty big reef then it just drops off quite a bit. I managed to see a sea turtle pretty soon though which was ace then there is the usual mix of fish including quite a few Clown fish which is what Nemo is from the film. He wasn't that hard to bloody find! So after about 30-40mins of swimming round I was getting a little bored and looked up and there was a massive black cloud just near us. So we decided to head back but we got to the beach and ...
... with the sun, (yes, the sun!) rising in the background, we headed to Palmalican island to the fish sanctuary, where we paid out the wazoo, for snorkeling gear and "tour guides." By far, the most amazing snorkeling I've ever done and an inspiration to get my diving certification when I travel southeast Asia in the fall. Thousands and thousands of fish surrounded us, in crystal clear water, and natural coral covered the ocean bottom. ...
... we just planned to visit once a year or sometimes none due to workloads and other duties and obligations. But a sudden death of one of my late grandma's sister-in-law happened. She's 93 years old robust and strong but she slipped at the floor while going to her bedroom one evening. Her family just accepted her death due to old age also and made this trip possible for us to ...