Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort
Travel Blogs from Sumilon Island
... it felt like it was swimming right at me. It definitely wasn't the 4 metres away from me that we were told we had I be in our safety briefing. As I got more used to seeing the sharks I got braver and stayed under for longer! It was still quite confusing and sometimes there would be a shark behind me coming towards me but I wouldn't know and I would hear someone shouting from above the water! You needed to have eyes everywhere. Because we had life jackets on it was hard to go under ...
... 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 ...
... 8217;t with Malaysia. I’ve been there several times and you can find cheaper accommodation and street food all over Malaysia than you can in the Philippines so where the **** these people get the idea Malaysia is expensive from i really don’t know. They must be staying in 4-star hotels and resort complexes and eating in western style restaurants. Another thing that bugs me about the vast majority of travellers here is that they take flights ...
... and city dwelling. So unfortunately, there isn't a great deal to tell about this part of my trip! I was invited to the local cock fight, but politely declined, telling the taxi driver I thought it was an abhorrent sport and that it would be fairer for the owners of the birds to rip each other to pieces rather than force innocent animals to fight to the death. I don know if he fully understood me, but he laughed. It seems to be the national sport of the Philippines ...
... and chatting up the overabundant barmaids who seemed to spend more time on all the above activities themselves that doing anything resembling work (a recurring theme in Philo ex-pat bars). With the mopeds provided free by our accommodation we also checked out some nearby beaches and a floating restaurant, and squeezed in some more SCUBA adventures at Balicasag. Sadly Paul went home from here.
Booze busses and booze boats – Bohol – ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking