Dolphins, coral reef and Chocolate Hills
Panglao Travel Blog› entry 29 of 50 › view all entries
June 16th, 2009 – by: jegs76
me: not yet
so he ofered me one of those girls.
Me: cool, which one would u give me? But they should know in Poland is kinda freaking cold in winter.
Guy: it's ok, u will hug her and she will be warm!
So as we arrived back to the beach my almost-father-in-law took us with the small boat to the reef, where we were snorkeling.
It was the first time for me, but snorkelling wasnt that great, coz u have to stay on the surface. Fortunately i took my swimming glasses with me and i changed the pipe for the glasses. That way i could hold the breath and dive for few seconds, and see the coral reef closer. It was so awesome, i dived to the bottom (not that deep, just few meteres) and could touch the corals, fish (of course they escaped all the time, so i was always to slow to catch them). And it was maybe the best thing i experienced here so far. At the edge of the reef the sea became suddenly very deep, so that i couldnt see anything but the deep blue. it was kinda scary, coz it was so mysterious and unknow, just deep bleu around me. RJ followed me for w while, but at the place where the reef ended, he chickened out and turned buck to the shallow waters.
Then we wnet back to the island and with another boat we headed to the MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACH EVER - to Virgin Island (unfortunately we don't know the original, filipino name for that island, maybe some one knows that?). We arrived on the island and walked around it. It was pretty small and was like a smal green dot on the blue/azur sea surface. That was exactly, what we were missing so much on the first day on Bohol, the really beautiful sand beach with super blue water and light yellow, almost white sand.
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