Castle Peak Hotel
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... tuk-tuks and open-sided people-movers (small buses)*. Horn tooting is used in place of cumbersome traffic lights. It's a sultry 30 degrees C (86 F) but not as humid as I expected.
You might scoff, but I’m here to say that you can learn about another country’s culture by visiting the local shopping mall. That’s what I did here in Cebu City. About two blocks from my hotel is a massive, four-storey, multi-branched shopping ...
... into their mouths. You can see the water being disrupted and being dragged towards them. It's quite amazing. The other thing you notice is their weird eyes out to the side of their heads. How do they see? Their eyes look quite lazy and a little dopey to be honest. From the dead eyes of the great white to the directional eyes of the leopard looking to kill to the observational eyes of the gorillas... This was something completely different. ...
... sand in front of a large purple featherstar (a sort of fan shaped soft coral that can be huge) and proceeded to stare at it for ages. Very strange behaviour so I went to join him to see what he was doing and as I hovered like spiderman, a foot above the sea bed he pointed into the feather star and there they were, two of the smallest most beautiful little creatures I've seen (apart from Lucy, obviously!). Exactly the same pattern and colours as the featherstar they call home, two ...
security check with an apathetic passport checker too busy taking her
own photo on her phone to be able to respond to any chick/ terrorist
used the wait at the Puerto Princesa airport to catch up on our
travel blog closely monitored by the two little girls sitting behind
who decided to peer over each shoulder, giggling each time I turned
flight was swift and ...
... they certainly don’t feed them many fish, as there are shoals of them actually swimming alongside the whales – some a fair size!!
I went along to get my permit at 6am (the 'office’ opening time – a table on the beach) , where a guy who took his job rightly seriously, read from a laminated list of rules when in the water with these amazing creatures. Basically, not swimming within 2 metres, not getting too near their mouths ...