Discovery Island Resort And Dive Center
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... had a few beers and hit the sack as another early start tomorrow.
After a wrong turn we made it to the dive shop for 7.30am and were allocated our gear, jumped onto the Jeepney and were taken down to the port. On the boat with us were 3 lads from the Netherlands who were doing their discover diving session and a nice guy from the Czech Republic who had done lots of wreck dives before.
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... the perfect aqua blue, and the limestone karst made for a beautiful seascape. A short climb down the other side and we arrived at a very inviting lake. It was crystal clear, and a perfect temperature for relaxing in. Chris diving, and me lowering myself in, we went for a swim around. The lake was full of needlefish fry, which were very curious, so Chris managed to take some great photos on the GoPro. Next we stopped by Twin Peaks for some snorkelling. Loads of sea life ...
... I was in Cebu last month killed over 50 people. And it seemed like a 'nothing' storm. It rained in Cebu but wasn’t ferocious. It seemed such a mild storm to be causing all this commotion. I was more frustrated/confused why the ferries weren’t running – I still had a lot to learn about typhoons :). The deaths in the region were due to landslides and flash flooding rather than directly from the storm. I take the time to look back at pictures of the ...
... fresh fish, BBQ pork, rice, seaweed salad & fruit and very nice it was too. Next up was more snorkelling at Calachuchi Coral Eden and this time it was actually good with nice corals and plenty of fish. Then visited the Hidden Lagoon before finishing off at Kayangan Lake – a freshwater lake nestling behind almost sheer cliff walls. Had a great day out and it was well worth the ...
... 8217;t they lit it by filling diesel filled beer bottles. We’d arrive at camp just as the sun was setting which meant a race against time to get bucket showered and dressed before the arrival of the moquitos. This was often quick funny when there was only one shower between 16 people. The toilets were bucket flush in a roofless hut, although we got used to this we were pretty glad to see a flushing toilet again! At one base Jim started the day with ...