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... water and protecting them from poachers. It has become a major tourist draw for snorkelers and has become a source of pride and income. We were guided by a local named Dendo who has been trained as diver to tend the Clams and guide divers. I'll make a couple more dives tomorrow morning then return to Cagayan de Oro to catch a ferry to ...
... me wishing for my dry suit - but not quite ;-) We've arrived between seasons and almost have the place to ourselves. We are diving with Dudong, the owner, who's family has built up the resort over twenty years. He has logged thousands of dives here and knows all the hidden delights. I'm feeling very spoiled having the dive boat to ourselves. One of the family passions is gardening and 5.5ha site is covered in orchids. The buildings sit on ...
... is really beautiful. Rockier and less beachy than others, and the beaches that are here are black from the volcanic ash.
We visited the sunken cemetery, a site where a cemetery was now buried under water after being wiped out from a volcanic eruption. Right up the street were the ruins of an old church also taken out by a volcano almost 100 years ago. We bought candles from these three sweet girls outside the church, then lit them inside for our ...
... take on the volcano on the moped. I turned round at one point to see her literally dragging it up as it couldn't handle the climb. Once I had stopped laughing, we admitted defeat! Not an easy thing for my wife to be! Great views from the near top though! Looping round the island we passed the Sunken Cemetery (from the other direction) and decided to hit the Hot Springs - Hibok-Hibok Springs. I went ...
We escaped the pit of illness today. Kirst had been ill since Friday the day after our Apo Island dive - she'd come down with what I had, nasty. With K still feeling horrible we left Dauin and Bongo Bongo's early on Saturday morning destination the volcanic Island of Camiguin. 12 hours later we had reached Mambajao the provincial capital of Camiguin. Our journey had taken us from Dauin where we had ...
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