Return to Anilao

So to start, even though I visited Anilao back in late September, I got a bit side-tracked.  Easy for me to do I know 😀   I’ve been in Hawaii for over 2 months now.  This is really late so I’m going to keep it short… besides it’s photo’s I think everyone wants to see anyway 😉

On September 23rd, Bauan Divers Sanctuary very kindly had one of their boats take me across to Anilao. What was a 20 minute boat ride would have likely taken an hour and a half or more. It would have involved a boat ride and a trike ride, followed by a jeepney, shifting to a second jeepney, and finally to another trike to make it to Anilao Scuba Dive Center from Bauan.   I was very happy to not have to do that carrying to heavy bags stuffed with electronics, clothes, dive and photo equipment!

I dived with Anilao Scuba Dive Center again.   Prices are reasonable and I like the people there.  I tend to keep going back when I like a place 🙂

Weather was not the best on the 23rd so I opted to take the day off. Over the next 3 days I completed 9 dives. I started on the 24th with dives at Kirby’s Rock, Coral Garden at Sombrero Island and Matu Rock.  On the 25th we dived Secret Garden, Suntree, and El Pinoy.  On the 26th Secret Bay, Coral Garden, and Secret Garden again.  Water temperature was mid-80’s with visibility averaging 35-40 feet.

Rather than go into detailed descriptions I’m going to publish photo’s instead this time 🙂   I am VERY far behind right now! 🙂 For more information about ASDC and Anilao I’ll refer you to my previous blog posts.   Anilao Part One Anilao Part Two

 

On the 27th I departed for Puerto Galera. As I did my last trip to Anilao, I opted for a trike to take myself and my bags to the bus terminal, where I caught a bus for the short trip to the port and a ferry to Puerto Galera.

I’ll try to knock out Puerto Galera quickly so I can write a bit more about Hawaii so please stay tuned 🙂

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