Honeycomb Tourist Inn
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... that comment for the future. I'm open to suggestions. Instead of waiting another day to see if they were going back to Apo Island I decided to head in the direction of Malapascua, where a dive instructor I worked with on my Divemaster in India is visiting right now. I had to take a 6 hour ferry to Cebu City, stayed the night there, then took a 5 hour bus to the northern tip of the island to take a 45 minute bangka (local boat) to the island. Hope all is well with you! peace, ...
... that again! The reviews on trip advisor also said it was hard work and it was sort of but it was surprisingly easy, not what we had expected, thank god! We got back to the hotel and had lunch before getting a trike to the boat terminal to ride a boat to our next destination - Siquijor! Here I am, on the boat writing this whilst Charlotte is asleep next me! We arrived an hour later on Siquijor Island and got a trike from Siquijor Town to San Juan where we were staying in ...
... s free Herbalife shakes as well. They work 7am-11am then from 5pm-8pm. I found Richel today and had a free health check and shake. It appears I'm fit and healthy. It is actually a bit embarrassing when tiny (30 - 40kg) nurses are the ones doing the weighing! The Dr who has the clinic is Dr. Amor......that appealed to me!
Time for bed....hope you enjoy the read! Next the Xmas party!
Whale whale whale, what do we have here?
Since we didn't learn much about Whale Sharks on our interaction, here are some cool facts about the world's largest fish:
- The whale shark's a slow-moving filter feeding shark mainly on plankton.
- The average size of adult whale sharks is estimated at 9.7m and 9 tonnes, with the largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65ft and a weight of more than 21.5 metric tons ...
... somewhat disappointed, but the local kids don't seem to mind. I pass groups of them splashing in the clear water.
I am the only one at the restaurant (I'm sensing a theme here) and eat lunch looking out to sea.
Back at the beach house I meet Peter, the owner. He is Danish and until recently was running his own company operating both here and in Denmark. Something nautical I gather, as he tells me the house was to be built originally to house merchant Filipino ...