Discovery Island Resort And Dive Center
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... 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 ...
... not forewarned about their presence so when we went to the top to see the panoramic view of the island they were clamoring for a bite. And by the way Club Paradise is really living up to its name since not only is it a paradise for people but apparently for reptiles like the giant monitor lizard.
We had the biggest surprise that day while going down the hill when a big monitor lizard is crawling oblivious with our ...
... the officer handed us a ham and cheese sandwich and a bottled water at once. Towels were also distributed.
In less than 30 min the glistening island of Dimakya is already peeking, as we approach to dock the water gets immensely picturesque. The transfiguration of azure water to turquoise and finally to a pellucid water that does not turn cloudy even when one steps through is
already a testament ...
... long, where you could see the oil trapped in the ceilings. In one of them, we even saw part of a human skeleton.
On another dive, we went to a spot called Barracuda Lake, where the water temperature is 36 degrees Celsuis. No wet suits required. The sand is a weird consistency and the dive master swam head first into it up to his shoulders. We were sceptical but Lloyd gave it a try and came out with no scratches.
We hadn’t done a bike ride in a while, so on ...
... Japanese shipwrecks. Sunk here during World War II by a raid from the US. It was about a 90 minute sail - on a bangka - out to the small bay where all the wrecks are. There were just 2 of us (and 3 crew) on the large boat - loads of room to spread out, it was great! On the way there, the guide was telling me all about the people who had dived on the wrecks and gone to far, got lost and died. Ok thank you, instilling confidence here. The first wreck, Akitsushima, is deep. Laying ...