Talima Beach Villas and Dive Resort
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... quite a few photos around the pool area but after a while, it is getting far too much to be out in this sunshine, so we retire to the eating area in the shade!
Talking to our waitress, she tells us that as it is the start of the weekend, it is happy hour tonight from five till seven o'clock and that there is a group on! Yes, we are made up,me that there is live music and Teresa, that there is happy hour, haha!!!!!!!
Back to our ...
... condition, clean and tidy and well equipped. The bed was comfortable enough.
We then went across to explore a little. Next to the reception area, is the spa services, with staff eager to sell their wares, Teresa goes over and gets the price list, expensive!
Leading on from the reception area is the bar and restaurant area, which is the wow factor, as it looks onto the beach and sea, along with a long pier, which seems to go ...
... I had a wash down and chatted to Miyumi for a bit while I waited for my next dive. My next dive was with Chris, an American who's been around the world teaching diving. Chris was quite an interesting guy, he clearly loves diving and has probably spent more of his adult life away from the US so that he could dive in various places around the world. This time we went to a plane wreck site, a small plane was placed there by the authorities so no one ...
Oslob is a lovely place if you go just down south of Cebu.It is just a small town with virgin white beaches.. Friendly and accommodating locals will meet you there. My dearest hometown.
Now, a new attraction visited our place. Those gentle giants(whale sharks) keep both locals and foreigners captivated. Whale sharks locally named butanding are known to be gigantic yet gentle and friendly. These gentle giants ...
... often dart away into a hairpin without any warning, and with stories of coastal road deaths ringing in my ears, I wasn't in the mindset to drive any other way than what I felt comfortable with.
Despite the stressful drive, we arrive at the Tarsier Sanctuary about 40 minutes from the city. Tarsiers are the third smallest primate in the world with huge eyes, elongated limbs and fingers give them a gremlin like appearance. I still can't decide if they're incredibly cute, ...