Discovery Island Resort And Dive Center
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... mice. There was another boat there with a group of local tourists in the water, at the foot of the rock wall. They dove down and disappeared! I rushed to put on my snorkels and followed them. There was a small opening under the rock wall, a short dive and voila I was in the other side, another lagoon enclosed with towering cliffs. The water was funny with the top layer warm and below my waist cool! It was eerie, it was sensational. Unfortunately could not bring a camera to the ...
... us a delicious lunch of whole cooked fish, chicken, salad, stir-fry vegetables and rice. There was great snorkeling there also, but Phil got attacked by stinging something which we later found out was from swimming under a rope and touching it with his back. There was a nice line of welts across his back and down one arm. Thank god it wasn’t poisonous. We then stopped at a couple of different snorkeling spots on the way, one of them a sunken war gun boat which was surrounded by ...
... 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 ...
... are prime viewing locations. What a great opportunity. This was a once in a lifetime experience.
We rented a motorbike a few times over the next couple weeks. Even if it's not for transportation to a particular place, going out for a cruise in the great Filipino weather is good fun. After a few days in the Moalboal area and visiting the Kawasan waterfalls we jumped over to Coron at the top of the Palawan island chain. In 1944 the all encompassing WWII had ...
... baked with real mozzarella cheese, two San Miguel beers, and a bottle of water, our total bill, for our fanciest meal yet...$18 total.
Bring snacks,. water, and be there an hour early. Were our instructions when we bought our boat tickets. I'm assuming their isn't a snack bar on board. But lunch is provided! Hmmm, better bring some snacks. We actually had to pass thru " security" as we entered the ferry terminal. There were no walk thru scanners, but actually " TSA" ( ...