Coral Cay Resort
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... to include the deep dive element of the advanced PADI course. This would open the opportunity up to see more stuff under the sea. More specifically this would allow them to see the famous Thresher Sharks off the coast of Malapascua Island north of Cebu Island. We decided to join in and do the deep dive element with them at Bongo Bongo. They had been to Bongo Bongo's before to dive around Apo ...
... The smell was almost unbearable even after a month
of getting accustomed to wafts of sewers and rotting food, a sweet
perfume of fish and faeces with top notes of stale sweat (and that
was just us!!).
walked down the crowded streets as the sellers complimented their
stock, avoiding huge splats of buffalo poo and the usual array of
mangy, scratching dogs and gawping children. Every few seconds we'd
be forced to one side by someone dragging ...
What he forgot to mention was that, at the bottom, to get to the waterfall the path was slippy, slimy, wet rocks, mud, small streams for about another 1 kilometer!!
But don't think i am complaining! It was awesome! And definatly worth all the effort! The falls were about 40 meters high, we stayed there for some pics, and to cool down, then it was time to head back.
It was great to be outdoors, doing something different!! I think i ...
... so it’s ok! We headed to another resort to book a meal for the evening, as our resort was not doing anything for New Year other than recovering from the party the night before. On the way we spotted some home made fireworks and couldn’t resist buying a few. We got 8 very dodgy looking rockets for less than £1, and set them off in the garden where we were staying. Sam wouldn’t let me have a go, which I was glad about in the end as some shot up in ...