Quo Vadis Dive Resort
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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 …
... is an amazing sight but hard to capture in a picture. Pescador Island, about 20 minutes by motor banca is the other signature dive. We dived there today along with tens of thousands of small, stinging jellyfish. With a full suit, hood and gloves I was prepared but other divers whined and complained so it is not clear whether I will get back there this week or not. The underwater topography was outstanding as the islands ...
Afternoon. Pool lounging. Perusing dive manual. Napping. Eating. Sleeping.
Next morning, bright and early. We walked the walk, about 10 minutes to dive HQ. Watch videos. Get Lunch. Watch more videos. Read more of the manual.
This general scenario repeats for 5 days. Luckily on Day 2 we started actually diving and not just reading about it. It was amazing. I mean filling up your mask with salt water intentionally ...
... The whale shark sanctuary is in a gated parking lot, not particularly well marked.,we joined a dozen minivans, SUVs and busses in the hot, dusty lot, then over to a big open concrete building with about 50 other new arrivals for an orientation speech where we were instructed not to take flash photos, and to try to stay T least 4 feet from the sharks. Then to the ticket table... 1000 peso each (about 25 dollars, relatively steep by Philippine standards., but worth it, ...
... of money meaning a very lean day relaxing on the beach and trying not to eat food before we could get a crazily expensive taxi out to the cashpoint in the morning.
Sunday we went on a tricycle trip to a nearby waterfalls. The drive through the rural part of the island was fantastic. I left somewhat like royalty perched on the back of the bike as everyone we went past stopped, stared, pointed and then broke out into a huge waving smile. There are no cars in the ...