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... Chocolate Hills Complex at 10:00 and I took 35 minutes to explore the area, including climbing the 213 steps up one of the mounds to a viewpoint.
Next stop was the Simply Butterflies Conservation Center, where I joined a tour that included holding two caterpillars in my hand and having a butterfly placed on my nose for a photo.
Ferdinand then drove me to Loboc to board Riverwatch Floating Restaurant for a 68-minute cruise along ...
... barely slept all night.
up on the idea of staying in Lilo An we quickly searched for a Plan
B. The tricycle driver swiftly came up with his own plan, offering us
to stay at his house that night and then to drive us to Oslob the
next day. Having a few qualms about him, and not fancying the idea of
rocking up at a total stranger's house on Easter Friday, we politely
declined, deciding instead to catch a bus to a town somewhere near to
... able to just get in one day’s diving before I left the Philippines. After all, the islands were simply divine and I found it hard to believe I might have to leave without the opportunity! I checked out a couple of places in Lilo-An, but found Kingdom Resort to offer the best deal. I was actually going to be going to Balicasag (one of the Philippines premier diving spots) for the day, starting at 7am and I would be going with a group of Koreans! ...
Auch dieses Mal hab ich wieder einiges zu erzählen, hab die letzten Tage nämlich auf den Philippinen verbracht.
Die Uni geht erst morgen so richtig los und letzte Woche hatte ich nur am Montag, deshalb haben wir die freien Tage und relativ günstigen Flüge ausgenutzt und sind auf die Philippinen geflogen.
Unser Flug ging nach Cebu City auf der Insel Cebu, aber da wir gehört hatten, dass es dort nicht so viel zu sehen gibt, ...
... just off the main road. Luckily there was a sign, so bags on our backs we walked down it.
Not too far, about 15minutes and we'd reached the sanctuary.
Now if you are like me and had no idea what a Tarsier was, then hopefully the photos will help. They are one of the smallest primates, and the cutest little things ever. Really small – about 6-7 inches. They sleep in the trees and are nocturnal. And are also endangered. Hence the sanctuary here.
We paid our ...