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... ourselves, a 40min drive each way. A short walk through a forest brought us into a massive tiered waterfall where you could swim and raft in the pools. We were quickly becoming aware of how nice the Filipinos are. They are completely bemused with us but in no way threatening, most go out of their way to get to know us or help us if needed.
Ben did some snorkeling and got to swim with a few turtles but as the conditions were quite rough I left it to him. Each night we ate ...
... light if not brave hearts. It was a delight, cutting through the Rickett's blue waters and generating a light breeze to offset the warmth of the sun. Once in the coral sanctuary, it was time to don diving gear. Alas, my size 9 flippers, as ordered, transpired to be children's size 9, No problem, who needs flippers? I dived in and left all stress well above water. There were fish by the hundreds, then thousands, kaleidoscopic in their darting ...
... walk around the entire island, over porous and craggy lava rock, stony inner paths and a small section of pebbled way. Full of trees and beautiful varying aquamarine waters, the small pristine white sand beach looked like a slice of heaven in the hot, balmy atmosphere. There wasn’t a person in sight as I climbed up the lighthouse metal steps and gazed at the sparkling, still waters all around me. The island walk was divine and just my cup of tea, with ...
... is just so, so lush and tropical!! The motorbike ride thro’ the area was absolutely beautiful!
While we were on this westward route, we were about to pass another village that were holding their Sinulog celebrations! Here, just the children were all dressed up and taking part in some particular joint effort in the grounds. All bedecked in their uniforms, we stopped for a while and had a chat to them, before continuing on, as it was going to be a ...
... This honestly almost didn’t occur because I got so excited that I would have ate the whole thing before Lori stopped me and took the photo. It was delicious again and Lori ended up having the same meal she had eaten the night before as well, a baked ziti from Sabraro. So with a coffee and croissants in hand, we went to a supermarket for supplies for our 6 hour boat trip.
We walked back and grabbed a taxi to the pier. Unknowingly we ...