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We decided to go to the Phillipines after meeting a French couple camping on a beach in Southern Thailand. They are big adventurers who like to scuba dive and snorkel and they said that there are over 7000 islands in the Phillipines and most of them are underdeveloped with beautiful rainforests and coral reefs to explore.
We flew into Cebu in the Phillipines on May 6th. Cebu is one of the oldest cities in ...
... with his crooked TV had already been sorted. She really is a bit of a marvel. There are many dozens of hoteliers and guest house owners we have encountered who could learn all there is to know about mutli-tasking and customer service by watching mum Luz in action.
Malapascua reminds me of those twin islands of the Maldives, where you have the pristine and manicured resort-island with the fabulous beach, and then right next door you have the unvisited ...
... and affordable prices).
Our first dive was a night dive, my wish to see the Mandarin fish was forfilled! wow I felt in love with those cute tiny colorful beauties. Around 5.30pm they start getting active, to search for a female and make baby's :)
the small male chases the much bigger female between the corals and when they come together they swim straight up and just above the coral they mate. A quick moment so to late for a photo. But so happy ...
... old haunt of Pacific Penisionne and do some quick research on Malapascua, we really have to pick up each others spirits just to consider making the effort of another early rise and long journey tomorrow. Today has been a trial. It has been long, frustrating and very disappointing. It is a reminder to us that although travelling can be amazing, it can also be very difficult, even in a country that speaks english. Tomorrow is a new day though, and the white sands of Malapascua await us.
... to drop you off the Whale Shark site. (Once you see a gate with a Whale Shark painting--you're in the right place)
These are the fees, as of this writing.
FEES (in Philippine Peso):
100 Resort Fee (toilet, shower, parking)
300 Bangka (small boat, with a fisherman to take you to the spot)
200 Per pax fee
150 Snorkeling gear
100 Life Vest
For a full experience, first, pray to the Gods of ...