Arwana Hotel of Boracay
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... a bit to try something new and to see how far I can go. So I did my first deep dive to almost 30 meters today, which at the same time was a ship wreck dive and it was definitely the best dive so far! On a different dive we were so lucky to feed some fish, what an experience! Even if diving seems to be very daunting at the beginning, ...
... from us as we had bigger things on our mind, keen to progress higher. The next jump took me a while, I had a relaxing snorkelling session just before to calm the mind and prepare myself. The sea life was pretty lacking to be honest, or have I become spoilt? I don't know. There were a few cool fish and Niomi certainly enjoyed it until she got stung. That had us racing out the water scared of the mystery stinger. The time out in the water obviously did the ...
... from Caticlan Port. From Caticlan Airport take a trike to Caticlan Port, which is less than a 10 minute ride away, and from here a 25-35 minute ferry drives across to Boracay.
By boat: Ferries that operate between Manila and Caticlan.
Aklan has loads of appealing field dishes that stretch a tourist fond memory of that wonderful province in the Philippines. Among the most popular ...
... night out, eating some great food, but I'm glad my time was just short. It's EXPENSIVE, and also a place people get easily stuck- one guy at the hostel had been there a month, one Swedish girl missed three flights to leave, this Australian guy was getting an apartment there so they could stay for a few months.
I enjoyed my time there, I have never been anywhere like it! But I really do prefer quiet beaches, which I'll keep in mind for the rest of my ...
... towards the south of the beach. On little journey over from Caticlan exposed us to two of the local transportation quirks. One - all the boats have large outriggers to keep them balanced. Not being experienced in nautical construction, I would have thought it fairly simple to construct a boat with a wider draft (is that a maritime term?). Anyway, what do I know, it works for them I guess - and also leads to fairly loud and humorous discussions when ...