Lost Horizon Beach Dive Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Dinner - 380
Day 27 - 3rd May
It's the day everyone has been waiting for... Mayweather vs Pacquiao in the ring! A fight which has been 5 years in the making! Apart from ringside, what better place to watch the fight than in the Philippines, after all, Manny Paquiao is Filipino and of course I put a bet on for him to win! But before the boxing, we had our first dive to ...
... poor monkeys' eyes were so big because of all the picture taking but I could be wrong. I commented to Rob that I should have grabbed one of those monkeys and flung it onone of those Japanese tourists and just watch it all unfold, but being that this is only day four, don't want to see their jail just yet.
The drive was fun but pretty tiring on the ass for sure but still fun to get out on the road and take it ...
... to stay at least 4 mt away. He told me that ther were about 10 there when we were there. They are so big and they just hang almost perpendicular in the water as they feed. Their mouths are so big, it looks like a water fall going into their mouth when they are taking water in. This daily visit and feeding started only 3 years ago, by chance. There have apparently been lots of krill in this area, and fishermen use it to catch fish for their families. ...
... there were people everywhere and it just seemed intimidating, so we went quickly in. The staff inside the hotel were not very helpful and I was starting to not like Manila already, then we noticed a sign at reception saying please leave your firearms here. Our room was ok but it had a big mirror next to the bed and red lights on the wall and a Viagra advert next to the bed- weird! We couldn't wait to check out the next morning and we just didn't feel safe touring ...
... watching Big Bang Theory. We are resting (well, they are) because we got up at 6am for a 6 hour cruise on a rather dilapidated bangkya (oversized and motorized outrigger canoe), first to watch a playful school of porpoises out in the middle of nowhere, then to Balicasag Island for some spectacular snorkelling, the best I have ever seen. It was a bit of a chuckle, as the two fellow operating our boat spoke almost no English, and so when it was time to snorkel, things got a ...