Atlantis Dive Resorts Dumaguete
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... hours to that. I got a trike to Harold's Mansions. Arriving there at midnight, very tired, I was a little dejected to learn there was no room available. Try Pamela's they said. First I called the only other two places in the guide book. Fully booked. The next place down the road was ladies only. It was a little late to buy a dress and make up. They'd find me out pretty quickly anyway. Pamela's was closed, as in folded, no more. A friendly trike driver offered ...
... It's quite a cute little hostel, there is an open air bar/reception with a TV where they play films and you can eat your dinner. If you walk down a little path towards the sea, there is a bamboo building (everything is made from bamboo) with a few private rooms and one dorm room with 3 bamboo bunk beds and a single. We chose the two by the door next to the fan and then went back to the bar for dinner. Outside the back of our room is a patch of grass then a few tables and ...
... maybe one other place). It was a big "resort" with the rooms and buildings all in a square around the edge of a big area of grass about a quarter of the size of a football pitch. As we inquired about whale shark snorkeling prices and went for a walk, we realised we didn't have enough cash and hadn't thought to get more out before coming to a very remote area (OH ****!!). We had not realised it would be quite so remote. After asking a few people the nice lady running the ...
Friday 28th-Saturday 29th Unfortunately due to being typhoon stranded in Bohol we only had two half days in Siquidor (our last minute alternative island to Camiguin which we couldn't physically get to!) which wasn't long enough to explore this beautiful little island. Our first afternoon we jumped straight on a rented scooter and went for a wiz around the island visiting the ...
... it - if they ask. I gather there is a license fee for snorkelling and she is lending me hers so I don't have to pay. What a sweetie. I hand it back, telling her it might get it wet and can I leave it here. She smiles and nods her head.
The snorkelling was actually quite good. About 100 metres offshore there is a sandy bottom with bus sized lumps of coral, most of it living. There are large fish too, and some colourful smaller ones.
I return to the restaurant ...