Alegre Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
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I arrived on Cebu Island (say See-boo) from Auckland via Singapore two nights before the planned start of my dive trip, to ensure I wouldn't be jetlagged or missing luggage. The 30-minute taxi drive into Cebu City from the Mactan Airport was eye-opening. We passed through poor areas and took a much more tortuous route than looks necessary on the map, but maybe the driver was trying to avoid congested main streets. We encountered frenetic traffic, ...
... not crystal clear so you could only really see the head of them. But once I was given permission to jump in, I was in like a flash. You can pay to scuba dive but considering that its not that deep and the whale sharks are just there, just a snorkel and mask for me thanks. There are a few things you notice straight away about them. Obviously the size is the first thing. Secondly, its the way they feed in that they slurp a whole bunch of water ...
... of rum, darts (believe it or not) and food meant a lovely nights sleep in our lovely tree house and well rested for a cheeky dive in the morning.
Up and ready we were out at 9 and in the water by 9.15... frustratingly, my camera decided to be a grump and would not function so I clipped it back up and just mooched around the coral and sand with the divemaster and my German friends, finding frogfish, cuttlefish and all sorts of healthy coral. The divemaster then kneeled ...
... home assembly group. After being sewn up the patches make cleaning pads which get sold to the local jeepney drivers to clean the jeepneys with.
After an enjoyable day it was off back to the pension house to shower after the sweating in the humid tropical heat, then dinner aroudn the corner.
SUCH a big change from a central china winter :D
... sharks, which swim around the waters all morning. The barangay (district/region) is trying to conserve the numbers of tourists taking part in this amazing activity, by imposing an alleged restriction of visitors. With only approx 20 local boats and boatmen, boats begin to leave the shore at approx 6.15 in the morning and stop plying the waters at 1pm. Three boatmen only are allowed to feed the whale sharks, but none of the others have any contact at ...