Hey! Jude Resort Hotel
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... a bit to try something new and to see how far I can go. So I did my first deep dive to almost 30 meters today, which at the same time was a ship wreck dive and it was definitely the best dive so far! On a different dive we were so lucky to feed some fish, what an experience! Even if diving seems to be very daunting at the beginning, ...
... from us as we had bigger things on our mind, keen to progress higher. The next jump took me a while, I had a relaxing snorkelling session just before to calm the mind and prepare myself. The sea life was pretty lacking to be honest, or have I become spoilt? I don't know. There were a few cool fish and Niomi certainly enjoyed it until she got stung. That had us racing out the water scared of the mystery stinger. The time out in the water obviously did the ...
... when summer time, from March to June, ranges its hottest time of the year in Boracay. Also, the peak season is when the tourists are at their height. This includes Christmas, New Year, Chinese New Year, and Holy Week (Easter Week). Most resorts have a +10% to +25% premium on their rooms, and the island gets fully booked.
Accomodation: Where to stay? Shopping center: Where to buy and take?
White beach is ...
... of two boats become intertwined. Two - the local tuk-tuk equivalents are of a different design than I have seen before. They consist of a metal shell built around the drivers motorbike. What this means is that most of the space is actually taken up by the driver and the tuk-tuk is incredibly cramped (even by normal tuk-tuk standards). Of course you can always ride pillion behind the driver... There is a big depression hanging over the Philippines at ...
... into practice in diving scenarios.
I won't talk in too much detail about each skill and scenario as I may as well include the manual, but suffice to say it was exhausting. Pushing, pulling a diver is tiring...but when you do it most of the day, in full gear, then get out of the water, more theory, then gear up again and do more physical excursion of dragging a person out of the water, after de-gearing them in the water, while towing them 25 metres to the beach ...