Bohol Divers Resort
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We landed in Cebu airport along with The Perfects who was also going the same way as us. Thinking we had time to kill we all had a bite to eat before jumping in a taxi and heading to pier 4 to catch the ferry to Tagbilaran. Little did we know though that the traffic in Cebu was a bit of joke and we ended up arriving at the pier too late for the Ferry. There was another ferry although it would depart from pier 1, so it was back in a taxi and another short ride over to pier 1. ...
... were off!!!
In my opinion, going sightseeing on two wheels is the best way to do it!
Today though, maybe just wasn't one of days...
Got to San Juan, which was a little town with not much else, stopped at a few beaches along the way, but i' m afraid even the nicest beach in the world wouldn't look so nice when it was raining and cloudy!
Next stop, after a half hour drive , and climbing down 134 steps, we arrive at a beautiful waterfall in Lazi, a ...
... in happiness. I wondered why she talked to me in English but I responded "It was ama(y)zing! with my fake Australian acccent. She then took a closer look at me tilting her head and asked if I was Korean. Moved my head from side to side without saying a word. The look of frustration on her as she will have to charge me like a local renting her locker.
I bought roasted chicken and enjoyed lunch with the family at my homestay.
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Was that just condensation on the window of the plane? Oh no, its not...it's rain! Once again, we left the sunny skies in Manila to arrive in the rainy city of Cebu. Cebu city was nothing much, so we took off the next morning on the two hour fast ferry to the small island of Bohol. We arrived in Tagbilaran, the capital, and split a taxi with some unfriendly Germans to Alona beach on Panglao island, a 30 minute drive. We got dropped off at ...
... and the other guy. Everyone was laughing so much it was fantastic. We then had ripe Papaya, followed by unripe papaya in salt and vinegar, followed by unripe papaya in chilli.
Other guests continuds to come and go, eating and drinking for free, chatting to us and the family and it started to feel like we were just having an afternoon with friends not that we were tourists. We genuinely just felt like everyday Filippino’s. (Note: Again we find something else Manchester ...
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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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