Sta. Monica Beach Club
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Harold's Mansion and discovering ten peso trike rides and 5 peso baked goods. I was there because I had heard that the diving was the best in the Philippines what I hadn't heard was that Apo Island was extensively dynamite fished and badly affected in last years typhoon. The diving, which would have been ***** regardless was made worse by the fact that I was limited to swimming around and around the bottom of the boat a few meters below ...
... they do very quickly) they flick their tail so strongly that they might have smashed us. Sometimes they did their smooth turn really close to us but fortunately nothing happened.
We learnt one more interesting thing about whale sharks. Each whale shark has a unique pattern of white spots and lines. Scientists use these unique patterns as “fingerprints” to recognize individuals. Internationally, whale sharks are listed as “vulnerable” by the ...
... and I'm right. Over the next 30 minutes we pick and sometimes drop off passengers until we are full. I have my backpack between my legs and my suitcase next to me. Across from me is a pregnant girl, next to her a young mother and child. At the front and the second to board is a woman who I thought was a man. She is wearing a loose t-shirt and has short hair and jeans.
When passengers want to get off, they tap on the ceiling of the van, usually with the coins they are ...
... there was some pretty amazing road rash on Siquijor this weekend. We did NOT do any skating, but we did rent a motorbike and ride all the way around the island--about 80 kilometers. It is kind of a sleepy-feeling island and it was cool to be out and about at our own speed. We stopped at a Shell "Museum" (more like a shell store) with a very nice proprietor who we talked politics and climate change with for a little while; a picnic and beach spot that ...
... are few if any restaurants - if one wants food there is a group of kiosks along the beach. Even the resorts themselves are small - most of the tourists bus in for the day only from Cebu city and then bus back home. Hence, we were advised to get up early, around 6AM, and hit the water before the crowds made it down from Cebu city.
We got up early on the morning of the 20th and staggered across the street to sign up for our swim. ...