Please read the first two parts:Iloilo Day 1
Iloilo Day 2
I think the last post was quite lengthy.. that’s why I decided to cut each post a bit. Plus it’s taking me hours to finish every post.. Sumasakit ang ulo ko pag nagmumulti-task ng work sa office at pagba-blog.. hehe (during idle time lang naman.. ).. 😛 ooops… nawa’y hindi mabasa ni boss ang post na ito.. *peace*
I woke up at 7AM, sayang, hindi ko naabutan ung pagbaba ng moon at di ko nakuhanan, para kasing napuyat ako ng todo.. eh maaga naman ako nakatulog.. Bakit nga kaya? Let’s go back a few hours.. (flash back.. tugsshhhhh) 😛
Apat kami sa kwarto… dalawa ang kama.. pero hindi saktong dalawa-dalawang tao sa isang kama, mas malaki yung isa na pwede tatlo at yung isa, pang single lang. Since ako ang pinaka-kuya ng tatlo, brabra-suhin ko sanang ako na lang yung sa isang kama.. tutal malikot ako matulog, baka ‘kako di sila makatulog ng maayos pag katabi ako. 😛 Ang oportunista ko lang.. hehe
Ang ending, pinagdikit na lang namin at pahalang kaming nahiga para everybody hapi.. Para fair sa lahat, joke lang yung pambbraso ng higaan.. hehe 😛
Tulog na ng before 10PM, di pa light outs at running pa naman ang generator ng isla. Hindi pa man humihimbing ang tulog ko eh anak ng tokwa, may nagku-choir sa tabi ko.. Isang baritone at isang bass.. 😛 Hilik kung hilik.. ‘Kala ko makakalusot na ako kay Tekamots sa Ilocos, yun pala may kasama rin ako sa Iloilo at dalawa pa sila!.. 😛 Okay, ako rin raw naghihilik pero kumpara sa dalawa, newbie pa lang ako.. 😛 Apat na beses ata ako nagising dahil sa concierto.. Yaan nyo bro’s, no name dropping.. haha.. (safe si Khanto tahimik matulog.. nyaha!)
Our Day 3 started very, very low.. Nope, it’s not our energy but the very low-low tide in Sandbar.
The tide was at its lowest and before we have our breakfast, we checked the various underwater life forms.
Tsk!, walang beach bumming sa umaga olats kasi low tide.. sa island hopping sana makapag beach bum.. magagamit ko na ang bagong biling goggles! 😛
At first look, I thought I won’t see anything interesting.
It’s higher at night time. Whenever I wake up in the middle of my sleep, I check it out through our window. Our cottage is located just beside the shoreline. But I cannot see it clearly because the lights outside are all turned off. I just assumed that any moment, I could feel the waves touching my head. 😛 Thank God it didn’t. lol
I get to see a glimpse of the underwater world, without getting under it but by walking through it.
At first, I thought it was like a sponge. But it freaked me out a bit when it started moving towards me.. Whew!
I tried to walk as gently as possible so that I won’t disturb or destroy their habitat. I was able to see small groups of fishes swimming around as they go through some corals.
I stopped at this point for there are no more sand to step on as I walk through. My underwater friends might kill me for stepping on their homes.
I just turned to where Jandee, Rodem and Gelo are. They’re busy checking out the corals on the far side of Sandbar.
This is where we took a dip when we arrived yesterday. Barely no water at all.
It took us an hour to get back for the breakfast and along the way, we saw a group of starfish(es?).
And we had our breakfast, just in time for our rumbling stomachs.
Puro nga kami lalake, puro itlog kasi.. 😛 Protein-rich morning!
There’s just one thing that concerns me. It looks like it’s going to rain hard. The clouds don’t look pleasant at all. Good thing Mang Sonny told us that it’s gonna be hot on the islands we’ll be visiting. The weather will be perfect. Relieved! Now, lezz put on some sun block and lezz ride the boat!
Ang lengthy rin pala netong post na to.. haha 😛