Haruhay Dream Resort
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... t capture it, unfortunately I killed it in the process instead....oh well, job done I guess! A bit of an experience that led to a slightly sleepless night but hey ho, when in Rome!!!!
Well this didn't cause too much bother to the rest of our relaxing stay at the resort. A cheeky hour of snorkeling right out on the drop off (where the coral reefs drops down to unimaginable depths) where we encountered a cheeky Banded Sea Kraite (correct spelling now) and thousands of ...
... in and swam. The bottom was super rocky, so we swam into deep water. My dad and I tried to swim close to the fall, but the current was too strong. Also, once we got close, we literally couldn't breathe because of so much mist. I actually made it within 20 feet from the waterfall.
After swimming there, we went to the other smaller fall. I didn’t swim there; instead, I went to see the pet monkey the family that owns ...
... to drop you off the Whale Shark site. (Once you see a gate with a Whale Shark painting--you're in the right place)
These are the fees, as of this writing.
FEES (in Philippine Peso):
100 Resort Fee (toilet, shower, parking)
300 Bangka (small boat, with a fisherman to take you to the spot)
200 Per pax fee
150 Snorkeling gear
100 Life Vest
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