Travel Blogs from Moalboal
... the 7 mtr sharks and says I can't get in there, we laugh to cover our fear. Right here goes and in we pop, nothing, swim around see one in the distance and then its there 7 mtrs of prime whale shark the laughing stops and you become very aware of the size of these things and the mouth is wide enough for me to slip in in one. To cut a long story short it was probably the best 45 mins I've had in a long time laughing at myself the French and the joy of swimming with the ...
... The family of four are regular divers. In fact, Irene and her two sons flew over to visit her husband who works in Hong Kong and they came to Moalboal together as a Christmas gathering. I asked whether she has seen any sharks before. She mentioned that in the Bahamas, there were many sharks, and they caught lionfishes to feed them. After that, she is not scared of sharks anymore. She also mentioned that she has seen ...
was indeed the word of the day – two boats, two buses and a taxi.
Leaving our hostel in Malapascua at 8.30am with the Swiss girls that
we had arrived with we headed to the next beach to catch the ferry.
The wait was made more bearable by watching a huge pig playing in the
sand. Tom and I are so tempted to get a pig when we go home after all
the ones we've seen here! This time there was ...
Today we spent some of our morning at a local elementary school, where we helped up with a wall-painting project that they needed done. Turtle Bay arranged the paint and brushes and we provided the many hands that made light work (even lighter when the local students got involved). The wall went from an unfinished concrete gray, to a cheery shade of green. It was good to see how they made do with ...
... i had a few days in the Philippines this week :o)
Monday and Tuesday were national holidays for Chuseok, which is basically Korean thanksgiving.
So a few of ...