Blue Water Resort (Malapascua Beach Resort)
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Other dives we did on Deep Rock, great colors and Nudy's here. Nudybranches (snails) in so many colors and species. Leo was pulling me to the left...look look photo! and Mark the next moment on my right....look look photo!!! I almost got stressed hahaha! In this dive at one time our bodies stood still, a big bang, and quickly we realized what it was. Dynamite fishing, unfortunately they still do. it's miles away but even this feels ...
... I wanted to do more than get on the 5am boat to dive with the sharks but unfortunately I was completed bunged up from the cold I had got that there was absolutely no way of me diving as my ears probably would have exploded, I was absolutely kicking myself! We still had an amazing few days though and even extended our stay to 7 nights because we were enjoying it so much.
Blue Coral kindly provided a breakfast for us every morning and we would ...
... s a night dive in 2 hours, you can start then. Haha... yup, way to just throw me in there! So glad I did my refresher course in Panglao! I get my advanced PADI book and start studying the night dive section. 4:30PM rolls around and I review the section with my scuba instructor Tong, then we hop on the boat at 5PM and head towards the lighthouse - our dive site for the evening. It's about 5:45PM and the sun is just about to set when we jump in the water. There is still great visibility ...
... some time to have a sleep before hitting the happy hour at the bar! A couple of people who I have been living with in Borneo are also here at the same time as me (small world!).
Tuesday 15 May 2012
I had such a great time with the sharks yesterday, I decided to go again. So another 4.20am morning!
Again, it was awesome. There were a lot more people this morning, lots and lots of groups from various dive centres. So the sharks didn't come as close ...
... be somewhere around a million or maybe a billion. Seriously… We set up to Skype with Margrit (Sukhia’s mom) one morning and she had to end the call on account of all that "shrieking" in the background. The other unique feature of the rooster population on Malapascua is that they are on island time. Meaning that they do not cock-a-doodle-doo at sunrise as roosters do every else in the world. Instead, they ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Water Resort (Malapascua Beach Resort)
did the job - nice and clean, bit disappointing that there was only power for a few hours a day, but we were only there for one night, so no complaints.
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