Lost Horizon Beach Dive Resort
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... the Taloot Wharf of Argao because we intended to take a ferry from Argao to Tagbilaran. The journey lasted approx. 1,5 hours.
At the Taloot Wharf we bought our tickets (PHP 200 per person) and paid the corresponding terminal fee (PHP 5 per person). The ferry operator is called Lite Shipping Corporation and it currently runs between Cebu and Bohol a few times per day:
- Argao -> Tagbilaran: 4.00am, 12.00 noon, 8.00pm
- Tagbilaran -> Argao: 8.00am, 4.00pm, ...
... thought it was great, but that feeling soon wore thin. Alternatively, we found a resort that served great food on the other side of the island, and while it was still cloudy and rainy, it was not windy, therefore we spent a couple of afternoons there.
We went one day up the 'mountain' (about 500m) in search of a well known waterfall. It was a climb down to the waterfall of 135 cobbled steps. (to my gym instructors - take ...
... was a little depleted, feeling that a kayak trip with a sandwich would have been absolutely ideal for the situation...quiet, beautiful views and no Ronan Keating!! Disappointed and still a little hungry, we jumped in the car quite quickly and got out of there to our next and final visit which, thankfully, turned out to be really rather splendid... a butterfly sanctuary.
We had joked a couple of times that there are quite a few dotted around the Philippines and ...
... 120 a night, including a fairly sensational buffet breakfast. The Isis Resort here at Panglao is situated in about as idyllic a locality as the good earth can offer at a cost of $75 a night - now $77.50 with a bar fridge included! Little wonder the Philippines are being over-run with aged (says he! - let's make it aging!) Aussies.
On that topic, my economic newsletter yesterday quoted the Economist Intelligence Unit asserting that: ...
... us, we have to curl our legs under to avoid touching them. They come so close we both worry about having our legs swallowed on a number of occasions and we both get clipped by massive fins as they glide past. These dozen or so Whale Sharks are not obeying the 5 metre rule! Along with the sharks there are schools of fish swarming around us too. Some of the smaller ones clinging to the sharks huge bodies, either feeding or just hitching a ride. It is a ...