Bahura Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... we are in a vaccuum of sorts, just cruising along checking things out, logging dives, but time seems to have stood still per se -- or in reality, we have lost track of normality when it comes to time...very cool concept.
We left Bohol and embarked on our ferry ride to Dumaguete which began via the normal confusion that comes with venturing on said vessel for the first time. We kept paying this person and that person until we finally made ...
Curvy roads and hungover. Bad mix, so we slept.
A little car nap was good for us. At first we thought we weren't going to find it. The hotel was more north of Oslob than we had anticipated. We also didn't anticipate that our 'hotel' (not really a hotel, really a house with two rooms out back, where we stayed) to not have food either.
The mosquitos were bad so I tried to stay inside while we developed a plan. Rick mentioned our hunger to the lady working there ...
... also found that there is no schedule for the boats they leave when ever there is enough people, so that meant waiting around! After waiting around an hour we was told there was a boat ready for us, a tiny little outrigger boat which was taking supply's across to Apo, It also took another 10 passengers on a boat designed to take 6! Being that there was no actual pier also meant walking waste deep in the water before boarding so making sure our big backpacks didn't ...
... lots of chickens (heard them ALL the time), and a little bit of garden type space. I think they must get quite a bit of stuff from the mainland, but it is still an interesting example of "homestead--ish" life. Apo is known for having lots of turtles, Green Sea I think, and we did see them every time we went snorkeling. They hang out just off the beach eating and at a couple cleaning stations. Pretty Awesome! We saw some on our dives too, but more ...
... intimate local vibe. One night, we were lucky enough to see a community gathering, and it was very special to be part of the closeness that seems to be so tightly engrained in Philippino culture. Anyways I enjoyed Apo Island very much. It's only the second place I've been (the other is Lamu, Kenya) where I felt like I was the only tourist there, and the experience was very intimate and real. I feel so lucky to be able to experience places such as ...