Scandi Divers

Address: Big La Laguna Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Big La Laguna Beach, Puerto Galera, is near White Beach Puerto Galera and Mt. Pukansan National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

      Dive, dive, dive!!

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Mar 04, 2013

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      ... to fathom but so very amusing! At least the bird was finally happy. As it in the top ten dive sites in the Philippines it would have been rude not to, so during the week one night dive with more than 5 new species I had never seen, including the very weird but aptly named Stargazer and two other dives that had some of the finest hard and soft corals and huge biodiversity the likes of which I had never seen, truly is an underwater haven here with gin clear waters! When in ...

      How the trip started!!

      A travel blog entry by steve_linda on Jan 19, 2012

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      ... the morning!! Lets hope travelling around is easy, something to think about as my mind is in overload again!! Ended up we didn't get any sleep, due to the 7 hour time change i think , but porno hotel has cable so we watched that, got ready, checked out grabbed a taxi and headed to 'Jack Transit Bus Terminal' in Buendia, approx 10mins away!!

      By 4.45 we were sat on the right bus, destination Batangas pier, and here was us thinking we were gonna be ...

      Small La Laguna Beach; Our final stop

      A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Mar 29, 2011

      7 photos

      ... we were looking in the water that the full extent of the devastation was realized. In some areas, there was clear sand, as if something had swept all the coral away. In other places, there were piles and piles of dead coral stacked on top of each other several feet thick. A local told us this was the work of a typhoon. I never realized the powerful storms could do so much damage underwater too. Happily, there are signs of recovery as patches of new coral and the vibrant small fish that ...

      Sabang Part 3: Yet More Diving and Distractions

      A travel blog entry by paranoidchicken on Apr 20, 2010

      3 comments

      ... much more demanding and challenging than I had anticipated. Dani has 2 employees who assist him in running the shop, John, an English bloke and Phil, a Polish guy. John is an instructor and has a decent amount of experience while Phil is a DiveMaster (one level below an instructor) and only recently finished his course, so his experience is a little more limited but he is capable. For the first several days I end up helping John as he takes out divers in ...

      And the dogs are nervous

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 16, 2009

      There is a lot of firecracker power around the town these days. Kids get these small pellets that explode when you thrown them on the ground. They don't make a loud noise but it is enough to bother the heck out of the dogs. I remember having these when I was young and before all the fireworks getting banned everywhere. It was great fun to try and throw them at ...