Casa de la Playa Beach Resort
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... butterfly farm with the funniest guide ever. Maybe you had to be there but...one of his first explanations. "Have you ever seen a half male, half female butterfly?" Of course not. So he showed us some. And obviously we asked for an explanation. First answer (deadpan) "They are Thai" (Ladyboy butterflies) Second answer "Genetic mutation. Freak of nature. (deadpan) Like Lady GaGa" He carried on like this for the whole tour which only lasted a few minutes. Or perhaps ...
... transfixed. It seems we made a good choice to eat here, the food is better than inside the resort. We ask what the star ‘Katya’ is eating and decide we might mimic her no doubt great culinary choices here tomorrow night. Yet another Filipino celebrity, they seem to be following us around.
Stagger back inside the resort in the drizzling rain and make our way the 11km walk to our room at the far end of the resort, each time I walk it, it seems longer. And so far from the wf-fi ...
... We visited the Old Enchanted Balete tree, where there was a free foot spa. A little water catchment filled with fish that eat the skin from your feet...yuck..but it worked. Then onto the St Isidore de Labrador Church and the old converted convent in Lazi. Final stop was Salagdoong beach, an amazing blue, crystal clear water beach with built in slides and cliff jumps. On the way home unfortunately the ...
We left on the 18th for Cebu. We had to take a taxi 15 minutes out of town to Sibulan, however once there we found out that the ferries had been cancelled due to high winds and waves. We had to take another taxi further down the coast and hop on a larger ferry that held cars and buses. We were the last to arrive - they were about to pull in the gang plank just as we got there. The ride across from Negros Is. to Cebu Is. took about 45 minutes and ...
... 400 pesos. Another porter ushered us to another window where we had to pay a terminal fee 30 pesos. Then inside the terminal we go where we had to pay 50 pesos each for our backpacks. Now we had to pay the porter again to carry our bags from the outside of the terminal to the inside - 20 pesos. Outside we went, and now it's just sit down and wait for the ferry to leave. We went outside the terminal ...