Tubod Flowing Waters Resort
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... ourselves, a 40min drive each way. A short walk through a forest brought us into a massive tiered waterfall where you could swim and raft in the pools. We were quickly becoming aware of how nice the Filipinos are. They are completely bemused with us but in no way threatening, most go out of their way to get to know us or help us if needed.
Ben did some snorkeling and got to swim with a few turtles but as the conditions were quite rough I left it to him. Each night we ate ...
... alive!! It was furiously trying to escape as the gecko just sat there, attempted to harness a creature twice the size of it's own head!! OK. No issues, it'll head off eventually once the struggle is over so I got my camera and took some snaps (picture available on request as it freaks Lucy out to see it!) and then I turned round to see Lucy white as a sheet and she just said simply, "I'm not happy." "It's fine", I replied, "it'll go eventually..."
"That I can deal with," ...
... went too deep!! Next to a moving ship!
And you could see people were throwing the coins, not even near the boat, for amusement!They were even doing it when they were throwing the lines docking the ship which looked particulary dangerous!
Since we have been here we haven't seen much poverty really , but it was a real eye opener to see what people did just to get some coins to survive!
And here is me complaining that i was ...
... it was just offering so much for £20, I really couldn’t refuse!!
This was a very expensive island retreat (for Filipinos) that offered day visitors the use of their facilities and lunch. The weather and water here in this area (the island was opposite the Oslob coastline) were quite simply fantastic and I just wanted to have one day of indulging myself in all the things I love to do.
After getting the boat over, I first ...
... to as "the fluffy one"). We, we meaning Jenn, Elsa, and I, could not resist. Because most of the dogs in the Philippines are wild and not safe to pet, these pups were the first dogs we were able to play with since we left Manila! Soon after entering the display room to pet the gorgeous babies we noticed that a crowd had suddenly gathered around the window. I have a strong feeling it wasn't the puppies that they were staring at...we had become the ...