Cordova Reef Village Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a boot that would take us to some places to snorkel. Andrea found one and we left at 10 with two Italian woman Anna and Barbara from Bergamo and Bologna. The spots they took us were very beautiful but the fish we saw were so and so. Still it was fun to do something different and off course we got pretty black that day! On a boat you always seem to change color a lot faster ! We came back three hours later. After a bite and chilling in the afternoon we had dinner with Pietro ...
... 29th We had our breakfast and got our things together, than we had a last warm shower as we knew we wouldn't have one for a week on the Malapasqua island. We got a taxi to the northern bus station which costed us 150 Pesos and found a bus going to Maya beach on the most northern point of the island where we would catch a boat to Malapasqua. The costed 163 pp and it took us 4 1/2 hours to get there. Tough ...
Cannot believe today is exactly half way point through of the programme. The last 6 weeks were a proper roller coaster- with lots of dramas, tons of tears, lost count of hugs, battle the conflicts, laughs infection and sharing the funnies and horrors experiences. Certain I couldn't done it without my awesome UK gang who kept each others going. MPR- mid phase review, it is all part of our training. not for just us it's happens every VSO-ICS teams in the ...
... to come up close and personal with these gentle giants. I would do it again, but next time during the week.
The cost for 30 min snorkeling is 1000 Pesos (about 20 pounds) and 500 Pesos for renting an underwater camera. Everything can be organized at MB's Sunrise View Resort where I stayed for 400 Pesos a night. The contact for the resort is Dailyn Clamonte at 09393887108.
... appeared out of the forest and asked us for the entry fee! Slightly startled but feeling better we had contributed to the community we headed down a tiny path and out to the lake...to an absolutely gorgeous view. We were the sole visitors that day, apart from the hundreds of species of birds, lizards and insects that use the lake for feeding and breeding. It is a bird sanctuary and whilst relaxing in the small wooden shelter over the lake we were lucky enough to be graced by ...