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... promo. All in all, we spent around Php 1,200 per person for roundtrip airfare tickets via Cebu Pacific. Do not expect a 5 star type of hotel as this is only a vacation house. Natura Vista is less than a year old. In all fairness, the place is really clean and still smells new. There are minor constuctions on-going when we visited the place, but it does not matter at all. There is no night life here. You will only hear relaxing music ...
... which are proportionately 150 times greater than a human eye) and their ability to swivel their heads around a complete 180 degrees. I joined a group of six people and a guide let us out into the forest to point out four tarsiers. The guide explained the tarsiers are nocturnal, so they are usually snoozing in the trees during the days. Each morning, the guides set out to locate some tarsiers to show that day’s visitors – a chore that ...
... dread! In some ways it's nice to
have a challenge after a few very lazy weeks and we are so pleased
and appreciative of how generous everyone's been – meaning we are
now only £115 off our £2000 target – fantastic!
had an early (5.30am) start, excited about another visit to the
friendly Butanding (whale sharks). After a short walk to the bus stop
we caught a Ceres Liner bus to Oslob, around an hour and a quarter
away. Once again ...
... a tonne! They were all quickly in the water, before I’d started to descend. With a dodgy mask that kept letting in water, I was a few minutes changing it with my dive master, before plunging into the depths!
What I saw was simply breathtaking! A huge wall of incredible coral, gorgeous fish and just so, so much going on!! The visibility wasn’t fantastic for some reason, but we were certainly fine for what we were looking at on the ...
... Woods just north of San Francisco. The trees were huge, growing very fast in 50 years, because of the warm and wet climate here. We also visited the oldest church in the Philippines, built in 1525 by the Spanish. It is said that the concrete blocks making it are actually glued together using egg whites, however I’m sure this is only a myth. We also stopped at a little zoo to see the tarsius, the smallest monkey in the world. However, just our ...