Hotel Villa Angelina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Day 3: Awoke and ate a hearty breakfast at the Oasis before fighting Manila traffic to the airport by Taxi. Cebu Pacific was much slicker in Manila than we experienced in Sydney but there were delays for flights into Manila and therefore the flights leaving Legazpi were delayed and we were stuck on the tarmac for 1hour. We got on, got off we …
... of photos before we rode back down to lava flow. I wanted to go faster as I love the speed on a quad bike and we went on the road for about 400 meters so I got a bit of speed before we got to Cagsawa Ruins. It's nothing spectacular here, just a tower, the history of the place is more interesting. We were finished by 9am so we got a free trike to the shopping mall and decided to kill some time and go to the cinema. We saw Mad Max: Fury Road with Tom Hardy! We ...
... before we arrived, it was a horrific sight which stuck with me throughout the day and forced me to think too closely of the number of things which could go so badly wrong at any given moment. The accident and the latest news regarding the missing AirAsia flight, meant we arrived into the Philippines feeling subdued and exhausted. Darkness had long since fallen so I wasn't able to see much of Manila before arriving at the hotel.
We still had no plan or ...
... off back along the river, spotting further colonies of the insects before we reached the dock.
A further tricycle ride took us back to the plaza, where a party was in full swing to mark to start of the Butanding (whale shark) festival. This seemed to involve people dancing and singing on a stage and, in our case, eating from as many food stalls as we could find. Over the course of the evening we ate pork skewers, burgers, "mamy" noodle ...
... we watched the 3 foot swells rock us back and forth, and project salt spray onto the deck, the crew and ourselves. We were a bit cautious about the dive, but after this much pre-dive work, we had to try it! All three of us executed graceful (not!) backwards rolls off of the deck which sat 5 feet above the ocean surface — quite an entry!
Once we were in the water, the dive was incredible! There are so many different species ...