Dumanhog Blue Wave Resort
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... dinner left us excited as the sun set and darkness enveloped the resort, waiting in anticipation we headed down a few steps to where the resorts staff suggested the flies tend to hang out. We saw about four. Plus one or two glow worms. Were we doing something wrong? Nope. It's just that they come and go and some nights they aren't around at all so we just had to avoid being such a large crowd as this apparently scares them away! We were a little rowdy so methinks we will try ...
... to meet him and his wife and they are just the friendliest people you can meet. It's crazy to think people can meet online then meet in person across the planet and instantly become friends. This was a special moment. Yesterday I did 3 dives in Apo Island. It was about 40 min boat ride and the dives were AMAZING. The coral life was nothing like I had ever seen. The varying colors, shapes, textures, sizes....some look like cactus ...
... was very nice. We then continued around the island. The island is 72 KM around and took us a good part of the day to make it back in time for the last ferry. We stopped at a waterfall that was not tall, but pretty nice. There was a huge vine hanging from a tree where we got to swing like Tarzan into the water. This was a good day. We also saw a cemetery en route that had graves piled on top of each other that was a bit unique. ...
... resort when we arrived. We revved, bumped and rattled our way along
the 15km to Siquijor town as he enthusiastically honked at each of
his numerous acquaintances. Along the way we were (of course) joined
by his friendly brother- in -law who hopped on the motorbike along
with his guitar, off to play some tunes in church. It's graduation
time at the moment and several ceremonies were in progress as we
passed with children ...
... huge bundles of
firewood and the usual array of goats, cows and chickens. They all
tried not to flinch too much at the sight of our maroon faces and
a dilapidated, deserted building in the clearing on the hilltop we
dared each other to go in. It seemed to have been a school in the
past and now just contained a few piles of rubbish, lots of graffiti
and maybe a few ghosts. After scaring each other for a while we