We didn't leave Nalusuan until after lunch. I took a few pictures of sunrise but for most of the morning I put my camera down and just soaked in the natural beauty of this piece of paradise on earth.
This morning the kids ask if I would wake them up so they could see sunrise - that impressed me. They really enjoyed the island too even though there was no electricity or internet (OK,OK Boy 1 didn't LOVE it as much as the others...and he may have rejoiced a little when we boarded the boat to leave, but I know he enjoyed himself too....)
Just thinking about being on the island sends a calming sensation throughout my body, mind and soul.
I cannot tell you how much I loved this place.
And guess what?
I would eat this regularly.
It was a little salty, a little crunchy a little yummy.
This plant (or whatever it is) just disappears after touching it.
They get on a boat and it is so second nature they fall right to sleep and don't care to look around.
For me, there is way too much to see.
Reconfirming that Mactan Island & now Cebu are NOT 2 of my favorite places on earth.
I did get a kick out of them advertising "Free Facebook".
This picture is just wrong.
I am assuming this is a toy gun.
For the life of us we could not figure out what this sign means. Red cars on one side, black on the other?
Just like in most Asian country, motor bikes are the primary mode of transportation. This family bought LOTS of rice.
Traveling by ferry is a very economical way to travel around the Philippines. For the 6 of us it cost around $100 USD ROUND TRIP and it takes about 2 hours each way.