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The next stop on our dive adventure around the Philippines was in Moalboal. In this place everything is about fine diving and dining; and that's exactly what we did - yeah! We went for some boat dives around tiny Pescador Island as well as shore dives with it's drop off. For the first time we were able go out by ourselves by just renting the equipment, hiring a ...
... right in front of us. The fall was around 4-5 feet high. Jerry was first to climb up to the top. The he told me to follow exactly how he climbed. I moved one step up and try to climb. Jerry kept telling me to turn my body to the left and use my arms. Water was too strong and my arms are too weak.
The water gushes me away and I could hardly breathe. Good that I had a life jacket on. I let the ...
... it was after three. A few missed
turns and we ended up in the middle of a small shanty town, tiny
narrow paths winding between cramped shacks, washing lines, bare foot
children and mangy dogs. An incongruous bake shop made a glamorous
focal point amid the chaos. The entire population of the area came to
a standstill to watch us pass, firing questions at us and passing on
our responses to the remaining audience. Luckily we survived the
encounter without any ...
... anywhere. I can't blame the countries for all of this, we have chosen not to do dorms and things but at times we have tried to find these types of places, found them and then they are dead (Jakarta).
It sounds like I'm complaining and I'm not, well I am, but all I'm really doing is listing the cons of travelling as a couple in this part of the world for this length of time. Everyday I write about the pros pretty much. I know for a fact that a week into being home I ...
sections of beach to the paying area where several tables had been
assembled. We paid 520P each in total including having a boat to
ourselves and to use cameras. We finally got some use out of our
waterproof pouch which we put Tom's phone in to film the whales and
it did indeed 'give the much fun'. Next was our 'orientation' where
we were told the rules of the experience, all focussing on preserving
the safety of us and the sharks before we ...