Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... We decide to hire an underwater camera so that we could take pictures of us swimming with the sharks. Our boatmen then swam us out to meet the sharks, we didn't have to go far, we were in the shallows really. I must admit I did feel a tad nervous, from what I could see the sharks looked huge!! We fixed on our snorkels and dove in. As soon as I went under I had to come back up, my snorkel wasn't tight enough and I was swallowing lots of sea water- on top of that the sharks were so close ...
... difficult it's just a bit of a journey. But, the first question everyone wants to know is.....
How did we get there?
We took a 15 hour flight from Newark, NJ (EWR) to Hong Kong (HKG) and caught a flight on Cebu Pacific Airline the next morning direct to Cebu International Airport (CEB). Cebu Pacific Airline has one direct flight from Hong Kong to Cebu as of March 2014. We landed in Cebu at about 1pm. Once we got out the airport ...
... beggars and how they are everywhere. Five minutes later a girl came between us and tried to grab our fruit, I moved the bag away so she then started begging for money. We told her to go away but she didn't. We continued to talk side by side but then she got between us again. The girl kept putting her hand out for money. All of a sudden I could feel her in my pocket trying to get my iPhone. I turned around and caught her just as soon as she touched my phone. Luckily I ...
... our bums busy... I'm pretty sure I don't mean this to come across a little gay? Besides the obvious hazards on the roads, from the people to other bikes to the buses, I have to say the worst is the dogs. All of them are wild and they all walk along the side of the road searching for scraps. If a bus or car hits them, it shouldn't affect the passengers, if a motorbike hits them, that could be otherwise... One hour on pretty good roads but on the back of ...
... an early bird. You are also subject to the other person’s moods – good or bad, both of which can be infectious. Sometimes you have to take some time to yourself, and at others you might just have to say, “Adios.”
All these pros and cons are multiplied by being in a group. For this reason I tend to avoid travelling in large groups. More than 4 and the benefits stop multiplying, but the chance that people will disagree on what to do or ...