Sibadan Fish Cage, Surigao del Sur, Philippines

Spending overnight in the middle of the sea? Well, I’ve done that for Php 350.00 only just for the experience of how it is on the waters in the deep of the night. The room, as expected, was small but it can accommodate two persons. At a time that waves were a little bit strong, it seemed the room was shaking and felt a bit dizzying. But how can the waves beat the hundreds of posts supporting the whole village. I thing those were mangroves posts, if I’m not mistaken. Oh, the night was soothingly cool and refreshing and at times you hear the splashing of fishes and other aquatics struggling inside the cage.

The salt water swimming pool together with some marine lives to play or be afraid of.

The morning was still cool and not cold enough to wear some jacket or sweater. I was awakened by the grinding of the engine of the motor boat. He will buy and get the day’s catch at a nearby fish pen for the visitors. That’s us.

It’s nice to spend your honeymoon there in the middle of the wide sea in all your private moments and be tired all day long. You can shout all your sweet nothings!

Now that the sun has risen fully, it’s time for a swim with the marines. The cage has sharks, manta, and other fishes unknown to me. It’s a fish cage swimming pool party! It’s a fish cage pool swimming party… a fish swimming pool cage party, whatever! Man and fish together!

This is the breakfast! Be full before you leave!

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International Doll House…BISLIG, SURIGAO DEL SUR

Do you love dolls? They are very popular for children as toys, especially the females which they imitate as human beings or themselves. Dolls vary from looks and the materials used in making one. It differ from country to country or the place of origin. In Bislig, Surigao del Sur, there’s a place for these dolls which came from different countries and displayed collectively in a ┬áhome called the International Doll House.

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