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... Cebu's holiest church and we were lucky enough to catch a mass, the Filipino's are very Catholic. We spent that night looking around SM Mall, got some food and and had a very 'normal' night of going to the cinema.
One day in Cubu City was enough so early next morning caught the bus down to Moalboal.
The bus was a small minibus packed to the max with locals, we were shoved down the back and charged for 4 people because of our big bags. Moalboal was very small ...
... very entertaining!) Arriving at Bohol we recieved the standard level of attention for being white and took a local bus to the chocolate hills. We have no idea how the chocolate hills were formed, but they are an incredible sight (our photos below don't do it justice). After a good look around we started the long journey back, on a slightly more local bus this time. We say more local as the attention for being white ...
... up, swam out off the reef into the blue, dropped them and withing seconds they were devoured alive by hundreds of fish! Didn't even realise they were eaten by fish but what a fascinating site to behold. Well I digress again..but for the next couple of days it was simply relax by the pool, eat great food (including Lucy's favourite of Empanada, two folded calzone pizzas with fresh vegetables and cheese, cooked to a buttery crusty perfection!) and go for some short walks. One ...
... downstairs!! Could i make it before they left??
So i run down to the dorm , grab the camera, run back up, and........gone!! Balls!! Oh well, i'm sure we'll run into some more somewhere. There is something real nice about seeing wild dolphins.
Getting closer to Cebu port, stood on the balcony, i realize that this place is definatly going to be alot different than a paradise island!
Small old motorboats were starting ...
... off after the swim, it was the only time for us to compare and contrast our experiences. There was no other word for it all – just utterly magical!!!
The ladies at the digs told me to be quiet and placed an egg and onion omelette in front of me, with several slices of bread and a big cup of coffee. They said I needed filling up with all the activities I was planning to do that day!!! I had plenty of time, because my bag was already ...