Bohol Plaza Resort
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... larger reefs, and I got to see sea turtles so that made for easy grading!
We started off diving at a site called Diver's Heaven. Some of the instructors from my dive shop on Boracay had told me about this site and had raved about it so I was very excited to get to see it for myself. It was a wall dive with loads of corals beaming with life. There were countless schools of colourful fish and we saw my first turtle of the day. Our second dive was called the ...
... there we walked until the end of the beach; there were a lot of restaurants and massages on the way. The only downside of the beach, like in Boracay, was that too many people were trying to offer us tours and stuff, which after a while became very annoying. We just wanted to walk and enjoy the vibe. We didnīt forget to get some food for breakfast and went straight to bed. We were getting up early the next day.
Day 1: September 11, 2014
We agreed with a girl that ...
... it. It was just a short motorbike away so we thought we would check it. We packed our day bags with water and the fruit we had bought the day before then got on back of a motorbike. When we arrived we had to pay an entrance fee as normal and then walk down this steep road until we reached the waterfall. We could see the waterfall in the distance, it didn't look that impressive, but when we got down we both were amazed. It looked stunningn. We found a quiet spot along the ...
... there wouldn't be room for us on this ferry, and were not sure how we would get off the island, as none of the other boats were running). Nevertheless, we were successful. By the way, we also qualified for the seniors' discount of 20%. Our boat tickets were 220 pesos each, minus 20%. (about $4.50 for a 3 1/2 hour ferry ride). The ferry left Siquijor on Sunday evening at about 8 p.m. We got seats in the "sitting" area. In the ...
... rarely are amateur photographers such as us able to photograph them which was soon about to change as through a door and over a small bridge lay a sanctuary, no bigger than a bungalow, surrounding by netting and absolutely rammed with beautiful plants, flowers and hundreds of varying species of butterflies, flitting around from flower to flower, some small and brown and some very large and vibrant. The guides would pick them up and put them on your hand so you could ...