Quo Vadis Dive Resort
Travel Blogs from Moalboal
We're all done New Zealand now and are currently sitting in the middle of the Philippines!
I'll put the rest of the pictures we have from New Zealand that cover the trip up the north Island and back to Auckland. We were very fortunate to have stayed with some relatives up in Kerikeri NZ for a few days (Thanks Wes and Laurel!) and had the …
... morning and there was still no food! We tracked down a Filipino lady who seemed to be in charge and tried to find out what was going on, when some food was actually going to arrive and if there was anywhere we could go to be useful in the mean time. Finally it occured to her to tellus that there was another, bigger centre with food just a short taxi ride away that we could help out at.
The other centre was on a different scale. A huge old warehouse filled with 300 ...
... with whale sharks, its not in the lonely planet but the French were told about it so of we set. At the bus stop we were offered all kinds of transportation to get there all saying the others were not true, nothing new there then as they would sell their mother and probably have. We opted for the bus, it took us a good while to get there all the time the French lady (aka Princess) asking all and sundry who got on the bus, you going to Bato all the Philippinos know is yes, ...
... choices. Finger crossed it's opened and they have stock!!
Tricycle is not a very good transportation I must say. My goodness. Just 5 mins ride and my bum hurts so much because of the bumping and more bumping. I wonder how the people in Cebu can tolerate this type of transportation everyday. 10 minutes later and we got to town. No signs of where the shop ...
... day of the year. We managed (just) to laugh at our mistake,
although the tricycle driver could have laughed a bit less hard!
hunt for a room continued, with us visiting every single resort in
town, only to find that even the ridiculously expensive ones were all
fully booked. As if this wasn't bad enough, the journey was made more
lively by first a sudden rainstorm, battering our bags perched on the
tricycle roof and then, to add insult to injury, ...