Bohol Divers Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBohol Divers Resort Panglao
Clean, nice overall hotel. Our bed was very uncomfortable but we had the cheap rooms. Good dive Masters and great diving nearby.
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... cruise was broken by two token stops along the way at which there was more SINGING and barn yard dancing to boot. If you felt like lightening your wallet you could get off the boat and join them while the boats official photographer took photos of your cultural experience. Also on offer was the privelidge of paying to get dressed up and have a happy snap while holding a fake spear, iguana, snake or, my favourite authentic offering, a very confused puppy. What was amazing was ...
... are happy to say that the time here was very pleasant and we appreciated every day above and under the water. The one and only thing which could have been better was the weather; a bit less rain and more sunshine would have made it perfect. And we know it for sure already that we will be back to the Philippines!
Now we are looking forward to seeing our friends back in Singapore before we will move on to....
... food and music. The "all you can eat" buffet was led by some elderly Italians who literally took all the crabs and consequently moaned relentlessly about how poor the "pasta" or as we like to call them in Asia, noodles was.... Ah ha, the music and before we knew it the band was "Killing Me Softly" or rather quite violently and there was a Bridge Over Troubled Water to boot which felt most appropriate given the circumstances.
A quick ...
Thursday 26th May:
Our flight from Shanghai landed in Manilla at 4am and we had a connecting flight onto Cebu booked for 10:00am... So quite a lot of waiting around. I tried to change us to an earlier flight, but they wouldn't do it, so had to endure waiting around the airport. We were both a bit zonked to as we didn't really sleep on the plane, can't really sleep in an airport and the chairs certainly weren't built for lying down on.
But what we did ...
... I guess in Japan they can sell for like $225 per pound! Surprisingly, we found that they were pretty good and we each ate two. They only charged us 100 Php, about $1.10, what a bargain!
That concludes this edition of the travel adventures of Peter and Melissa. From the tiny part of the Philippines that we saw, our conclusion is that it must be a little slice of heaven, and we can't wait to go back and visit another island!
M & P