Casa Del Mar Golf, Polo & Beach Resort
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... appalling karaoke that was going on next to the deserted beach we settled on to watch the sunset! Our walk back just took us straight on through the town again and on to a restaurant at one of the resorts for some more well needed western food. It had been a pretty tiring few days at Malapascua and it was time for bed quite early. The following day was moving on time and we were sad to leave such an enchanted spot that is a beautiful paradise island with none of ...
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 ...
... chilled and we spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday looking for the best dive outfit to find the Thresher Sharks with. Gary and Cheryl arrived on the Sunday and Monday was hangover day mostly, but we found Safety Stop Dive Centre as the best option to view the Thresher Sharks with in the end - they were the cheapest and recommended by Magnus at Bongo Bongo's. So hangover aside Tuesday morning was set for an early start... The alarm at 4am was harsh but ...
... and what ever you order will be at least 45 minutes! We found the Chicken curry with a portion of rice and fries to be a perfect meal for us to share - a very good curry!!! After our meal we passed a group of Filipino's in the street who were enjoying a bottle of brandy around a table... we were invited to join in the Philippine tradition - they had 1 cup and were drinking the brandy (which was mixed with some lime juice) in shots. the glass is passed around the table and each ...
... which is the most on a single dive we've ever done. We also saw the largest lionfish (~2.5 ft.) we've ever seen. Although the lionfish is a beautiful fish (and less common in other parts of SE Asia), if its numbers aren't controlled it can take over a reef, and put an imbalance in the reefs ecology.
The day before we did 2 dives out at Gato Island which had a fun cave going thru the island that we swam thru (~25 metres long) using a torch(flashlight). On our dives at Gato we saw ...