El Dorado Beach Resort
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Diving was great, location on the beach, great pool and bars, great food
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We arrived into Manila and immediately caught a connecting flight down to Dumagette on the island of Negros. Known for it's muck diving and Andie approaching here 100th dive we chose to head there for her momentous dive. We checked into our great oceanfront dive resort, El Dorado in Dauin. The following morning we headed out for a …
... board. Rob booked us in the business class section which meant big seats, movie playing and the all so important air conditioning. Rob and I reviewed our own safety evacuation and basically who would knock out of the way getting off the boat should anything funky go down...plan intact, we settled in for the 90 minute crossing. KB was a bit sleepy as he stayed out late with his new...karaoke buddies, so he got some much needed sleep.
... at first told us to walk down to the city, but based on our drive that was quite a distance, especially in the pitch black of night. Luckily, within 5 minutes she came back to our room and suggested we wait for the owner. He was coming and he wanted to go get some things also, so we could ride with him.
This was perfect. He was very nice and very helpful in accruing some food for the evening. Turns out he and his brother owned some type of a furniture shipping company. ...
... was also a challenge. Half an hour later and after a wet boat ride we arrived at the tiny Apo island only to be presented with the same problem disembarking as we did boarding. Apo island is a tiny island with only one very small village, only one restaurant, no hotels only small guest houses and no electricity! Apart from 3 hours between 6pm and 9pm when a island generator is turned on. With nothing much here and not even a beach the main reasons for trips to ...
... southern tip of the island where there had been constructed a small relaxing deck with chairs and tables and more importantly, no-one else! Once again we were the only people here so we relaxed and took in the incredible 180° view, overlooking the turquoise water and simply relaxing our heads off. A short while here and we decided it was time to get in the water again so the three of us headed back down to the resort and donned our gear, within seconds of hitting the water, we ...