Turtle Bay Dive Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Mac and chips goes down quite nicely after eating rice for three meals a day for a long period of time! On our way back, we picked up a pineapple from a street market, then made our way to the small stretch of beach for the remainder of the afternoon. Hearing it was possible to catch a glimpse of turtles just off the beach, I was more than keen to go snorkelling. Less than 50 metres out to sea was a beautiful coral reef, before a drop off into the unknown. We swam around for a good ...
... sunnies ($2)
From Moalboal we caught a tricycle to Pangsama and enjoyed some relaxing cold drinks overlooking the ocean, then went back to our favourite restaurant. Our waiter Makmak was happy to tell us that he had seen us in town earlier in the day. Makmak gave us prime seats at the end of the wharf and brought us more delicious food and drinks.
Day 11: The best weather in Cebu for several weeks greeted us in the morning. Hot and sunny - ...
... no doubt.
So it is now dark and too late to find alternate accommodation and it seems I am stuck camping by myself on the beach for the night. Darn – I know that no one at home would be impressed that I was doing this. But, I have to suck it up now and make it work. I carry a few small padlocks with me in my travels, so I padlocked my tent on the inside and set aside my pepperspray and a small Stanley knife by my makeshift pillow (a scrunched up jumper). Btw, ...
... on request.
The resort is small, new and fresh. In the restaurant you can get homemade food for a good price and they offer free breakfast.
Seagates T Breeze is a small resort situated on the west coast of the Moalboal peninsula, south west Cebu, Philippines. The peninsula is entirely composed of old coral limestone, raised above sea level by earth movements. The porosity f the limestone means no surface water or streams, which helps to explain ...
... serenity and beauty of it all was ruined by some moronic Americans who decided singing and yelling etc would be an appropriate thing to do... Idiots... Beyond that, there isn't much more to report. Some relaxation was had afterwards but as there was no beach per say, Webby had to do her sun bathing on the rocks. Sick or not,I'm doing the whale sharks tomorrow. I can't wait! Deano & Webby - loving the random finds. ...