Travel Blogs from Moalboal
... jumping into the sea where we liked too - so cool! For us the highlight of the underwater world here, were the plentiful and very friendly turtles. We saw a couple on most dives and could often spend quite some time with them. While Claudia was happy just to look and relax, Roger has found his passion hunting for the next best underwater shot - so, check out the ...
... me away to catch my breath. I then heard the others say Hallelujah, and then they jumped off the waterfall.
Argh. Next time.
I must try again.
It was a tough mountain trekking but it was fun indeed.
Headed back for lunch and shower and off we went to the airport.
5 days ended so quickly.
Next time will definitely need a better underwater camera :)
Neither of us got a proper sleep before the alarm went off at 4am. My body was in that mode of sleep you get sometimes when you have something on your mind and you know you have to be up early for it. I don't wanna use the N word (nervous) again in reference to diving because I was ok, Charlotte was less ok with it. I'm not excited but I'm trying to put it to the back of my mind, we have worried about too much stuff over the past 6 months and it's always ...
... beside the
feeding sharks! We were able to stay in the water, beside our boat,
for around half an hour although it seemed much longer. There was no
feeling of being rushed and all the boatmen seemed to be getting
plenty of fun out of their job, especially as we all squealed and
panicked when the sharks' huge mouths came too close for comfort. The
beautiful, clear water made it really easy to see every detail of the
speckled sharks as they swam along ...
... to be seen except a few shrimp and fish. Also found the coral that was here very different from Apo Island near Dumaguete.
After the dive wandered around town a bit which seemed to pretty much exist for tourists and had dinner at a seaside restaurant. Really nice meal here with a big piece and nice cut of pork in a mushroom sauce
Day 2 - Airport Dive and Pescador Island
Had planned three dives today but ended up only doing two. Met at 7:30am for ...