Maia's Beach Resort
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... closer and closer...a Thresher Shark. One of the most difficult creatures to find or see was circling within 5 metres of me, its silvery body glistening in the morning haze, around 6 feet in length, then there was it's tail...another 6 feet in length. Half the length of this 12ft shark was it's tail and with it's short stub nose and huge black eyes for seeing in the fathomless depths, it really was a moment to stop, breathe, absorb and just watch. It only ...
... sunburnt and rapidly dehydrating until the tow line snapped. I couldnt believe it, but the line was eventually repaired and we reached the mainland an hour and a half after starting our lifesaving attempts, spurred on by the promise of paramedics and equipment on the shore. Sadly, the ambulance had no equipment or trained personnel. It had a wheeled stretcher and nothing else. As tears of frustration and disbelief escaped down my sunburnt cheeks, we were dismissed from the ...
It's already 8 in the morning when we arrived at Hagnaya Port. Remember, it's not part of Bantayan Island. You still need to take a Roro (shuttle ferry) for an hour sailing before getting there:) Roro Leaves every 2 Hours, and we're lucky since the next trip was ...
... This island is mainly visited by divers who are here to see Trasher Sharks, so the community is also close. People from all over the world are united here with our passion for diving! This is a truly unique island. A Paradise indeed. Yesterday I was a bit under the weather so we decided to skip diving and take a walk around the island. We headed north to see a lighthouse and we were soon surrounded by children who ...
... how to get anywhere and everywhere basically. I got into contact with a few people I've met during my time in the Philippines this summer, asking for their recommendations, and of course both of them say different things. Finally, after discussing my options with one of the instructors at TSD, he made an extremely valide point: the majority of the Visayas all have the same things to see, I've already seen giant mantas, thresher sharks, a whale ...