Lost Horizon Beach Dive Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bohol is an island located east of Cebu famous for the "Chocolate Hills" which can be found in the middle of Bohol Island (60km from Alona Beach). They are covered in green grass that turns brown (like chocolate) during the dry season, hence the name. With a certain amount of imagination it looks like they have chocolate on top. Besides the hills Bohol is famous for a peculiar small animal that might be a combination of the following creatures:
- Rat cause of the ...
... up in Asia herself. We walked around a couple of the little shops and increased our tank top wardrobe before getting back in the car for our final ride. This ride would take us back to Cebu. The drive was really nice, only a few hours.
We stayed right across from the airport, but there are lots of hotels in the area, so it took our driver a while to find ours. It was actually in a 4 story, strip mall looking, building. Very strange, but it worked. Our room was the ...
The last time we saw the sun was the day after we arrived at Casa de la Playa in Siquijor. On the ferry going to Siquijor, the sun was shining and we actually complained because we were so hot. The morning after we arrived it was lovely and sunny and we spent some time on the beach in front of our little bungalow. Then things turned sour!!!!
There's apparently some kind of 'system' right over Southeast Asia that is ...
... entertained by local children on the banks performing traditional dance and song, all with lunch provided on the boat. Sounds quite nice really. Take that picture out of your mind and now let me paint the realism. The boat itself is a floating barge driven by a 2stroke engine and some guy in a little boat behind it. The barge had quite a low roof and was big enough to seat 30-40 people at tables around the buffet. The roof meant you couldn't really see anyone of the ...
... from an overhanging tree; the food is simple (and works out at about $4 a plate), the beer is served very cold - Ivy mistakenly put my Heineken in the freezer to meet this requirement - and seems even more enjoyable upon reflection at its cost - a dollar for each smallish bottle. I suppose some folk need more to be happy - and I am sure there are myriad places that cut a more spectacular image - but the Isis Bungalows at Panglao suit the Epicurus in me!