Casa Del Mar Golf, Polo & Beach Resort
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After lunch, most of the group went on a hike to the centre of Batad, which lay at the bottom of the rice fields. Four of us did a longer trek to a waterfall. It rained pretty much the entire time and we were drenched by the time we were done, about four hours later. It was exciting to be able to trek across the rice terraces, the way we needed to go. The distance was not that far - probably about 3-4 kms - but it was gruelling because we ...
AT THE RESORT...
Upon entering the resort, you will be welcome by the receptionists. They were all polite and always grinning. It was a good sunny day indeed. And because I was the Front men (as always), and ...
... through several Phillipino settlements - basic wood hut communities living off of the land. These settlements house those who work the resorts and tourist services on the island. On this occasion it was fiesta time 'Easter' and what better way to celebrate than consuming large quantities of Philippino rum, loud music and a cock fight! The only tourists there we gathered around the makeshift 'pit' to watch the ...
... the sunrise from the boat =] on the dive we came face to face with thresher sharks - so elegant and graceful as they swim with their long tail fin. We had one swim right by us and then over the top of us.Listening to orders to breath slowly soon goes out the window as shark is swimming towards you! It deffinately was an experience never to forget. After this dive we wanted to do more so we signed up for a day trip to Gato Island - to see more sharks. this time reef sharks.We ...
... beside the resort and the basketball/cultural centre was across from the resort, which made it hard to sleep when they had a disco going until 5:00am. We made a few drop-ins to the disco to check it out, and the highlight was seeing the children gambling with their coins on a dice game. One kid couldn't have been older than 3.
We're so happy we went with Meghan's advice and went to Malapascua, it was a fun island to visit and we had some excellent dives and met some great people. ...