Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa
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... between our 2nd and 3rd dives, I decided to do a little snorkeling and it's funny as I'm pretty sure I would have thought the snorkeling around Balicasag Island would have been pretty good before diving there but once you go scuba, it is hard to go back! However, snorkeling allowed me to get a few photos as the camera I had was only waterproof to 5m so not suitable to take diving (we were usually between 15-20m). Our 3rd dive site was called Sanctuary and it ...
... and gave us the same scooter for the same price, so at about 8.30 we were departing. We had a very long way ahead of us. We wanted to do 2 things that day: the first one was to see the Philippine tarsier and of course the Chocolate Hills. We filled up the tank of our motorbike in order not to worry about it later and were ready to start our adventure.
At first we had to leave the island of Panglao which took us some 30 minutes driving. After crossing the bridge and since we ...
... doing. They also said the whale sharks are just metres away from the shoreline and its over in like an hour or so. Basically we could of done it in the morning and hen got back into bed. After spending a good hour or so down by the waterfall we decided to make a move and head up the steep hill to get a lift back to our hotel. We both wasn't looking forward to the hill, but we were up it before we knew it. When we got back to the hostel, we just chilled for the rest of ...
We arrived in Taglibaran at about midnight, and hired a motorcycle taxi to take us to our hotel in Panglao - about a 40 minute ride. Oh my heavens - what a ride!!! When we were still in the city, it was great - there were street lights and the ride seemed quite enjoyable, although these motorcycle taxis are much smaller than the ones we rode in when in Siquijor. Then we crossed a bridge, and it's like the lights were ...
... magical, The Chocolate Hills and Tarsiers proving to be so fascinating and the butterflies a welcome surprise. Alona Beach had nothing else for us so we booked ourselves car for the next day to move on and headed back to our favourite eating spot for some dinner...yep, pizza....before an early night and a browse of the pictures from our wonderful day sightseeing in the magical island of Bohol...one more stop here..Cabilao Island....and until next time...
Ari Na Ko!