Club Serena Resort
Travel Blogs from Moalboal
... us from being total dirt bags in Asia over the next 4 months!
We made some amazing friends over in New Zealand and we're sad to part ways, however it's a great excuse to plan more trips in the future!
The Philippines is a whole different animal needless to say, we've taken every mode of transportation known to man since getting here. We stayed in a little dive resort in MoalBoal, where Rachelle got her open water dive license and we made ...
... we both loved it!
On Badian Island they like to sing and make a big deal of you being there. So it was that we were led to our tree planting session. Yep, corny and funny and a complete surprise...We were accosted when we were walking along the beach. Basically a group of our Badian guys stood round whilst we planted a coconut tree named 'Mr James Harris & Ms Kirsty McTaggart' and sung a traditional Badian Island song to us whilst ...
... jumping into the sea where we liked too - so cool! For us the highlight of the underwater world here, were the plentiful and very friendly turtles. We saw a couple on most dives and could often spend quite some time with them. While Claudia was happy just to look and relax, Roger has found his passion hunting for the next best underwater shot - so, check out the ...
... me away to catch my breath. I then heard the others say Hallelujah, and then they jumped off the waterfall.
Argh. Next time.
I must try again.
It was a tough mountain trekking but it was fun indeed.
Headed back for lunch and shower and off we went to the airport.
5 days ended so quickly.
Next time will definitely need a better underwater camera :)
... effects of pressure on the body, the underwater environment, and more.
How was the first day of diving?
"Putting on the scuba gear was a thrill, it felt like I was in one of those tv shows about diving or surfing because wearing a wet suit was cool! Breathing under water for the first time was a bit scary but after training and some tips from the instructors it ...