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Donsol: The playground of the Gentle Giants

We set out way early in the morning as it takes about an hour drive away from the Legaspi city. Because it’s so early, we didn’t have proper breakfast.  1,128 more words

Swimming with the Whale Sharks in Oslob

During our second day in Dumaguete, we found ourselves traveling to Oslob, Cebu to see the famous whale sharks and take a tour of the surrounding area as well. 1,160 more words


Whale Shark

Off of Al Lith, Saudi Arabia on 18 April 2014.

Sometimes you get an opportunity that cannot be passed by. Last week we were afforded a chance to join a Whale Shark tour out of Al Lith, Saudi Arabia – a small city on the Red Sea coast a couple of hours south of Jeddah. 215 more words


Galapagos 2010

Title: Galapagos 2010

Stunning doesn’t even begin to describe the cinematography found in the short film Galapagos 2010. Filmed primarily underwater, the video takes us on a visual journey around the Galapagos Islands. 68 more words


Where are the whale sharks?

We kicked off our raison d’être for being in Donsol, first thing in the morning (really. Things get so dark here that we were asleep at 9 and up at 5am every morning, sometimes beating the rooster’s cackle by 30 mins). 736 more words


There Will Be Blood

Rhincodon typus – the whale shark. To catch a glimpse of this majestic and almost mythical creature has been the life quest of countless individuals. Every failed attempt at seeing one has only served to raise the stakes and deepen the allure of swimming with this gentle giant in the wild. 1,093 more words


The Philippines. (Phinally!)

Our 20+hr odyssey in the air finally came in to land at the city of Legazpi. When we got off the plane, we were greeted above by steaming, Mount Mayon (in the background) and relentless humidity everywhere else. 378 more words