Club Serena Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Moalboal
... 10pm, we went in search of food, and eventually found a restaurant along the beach front, offering fried rice dishes for a reasonable price. They ended up being huge portions, and too much for me to eat at this time of the evening. Of course, with a little help from Chris, there was nothing leftover. Finally a lie in! With no agenda, no bus/boat to catch, we didn't head out until 9am - late for us! We took a leisurely stroll along Panagasama beach front, which is more of a seafront, ...
... to a boat that we had booked together with some other guests at Sea Turtle House - for a snorkelling adventure.
First stop was Pescador Island which had 7 dive boats, lots of fish and nice corals and unfortunately a few stingers (which stung Anne and Sash). Second stop was just off the Moalboal shoreline in about 6m of water, and we saw at least ten different turtles. The turtles were so tame we swam quite close to them. Beautiful clear, warm ...
... as he is on his way home and he will take me as far as his house – I love people like this! I was a bit annoyed at myself as it was dark by the time I finally got back to my tent location which is not what I had intended. But poor choices on my part as usual, plus I am still getting adjusted to how to best get around here. It becomes clearer as the days go by. Anyway, as I arrive at my tent im aghast to find the couple who I am camping with packing their tent up. What??? ...
... stay another week
They even had one group check out of there expensive resort to check in with them for 10 days .
There seems to be a new mode in the resort as the staff hurries about
Entering the Seagates T Breeze restaurant I’m always greeted by Julietta – “Hello sir! Long time no see.” was her comment as I make my way to a table and if it’s not already there one of the owners will make sure I get a cold beer (40) ...
... straight in with our snorkels - no point watching from the sidelines! They were there! Huge ominous black shark-like shapes gliding effortlessly beneath us. They rose to the surface mouths gaping to hoover up the large quantity of shrimp and fish the baiters were tipping into the sea. The Whale Sharks were absolutely massive and it was awe inspiring if not a little scary at times. They are dark grey with large white spots and huge mouths. They don't ...