I don’t know how I will explain each of the new adventures I had. I guess I will just post a photo of each activity I did along with a short description of what it was like trying them.
Segway. This is a two-wheeled, battery-powered personal transporter used for short distances. You have to balance yourself so you won’t fall. You lean forward so it will move and lean back for break, just turn the handle bar to the left or right if you want to change direction.
In the photo below, I was trying to maneuver the segway pt without hands, thanks to surfing, I have perfect balance.
Diving. Since I already have my Open Water license, I also tried diving at Misibis Bay. Highlight of the dive was the numerous Giant Clams or the Tridacna gigas, one of the most endangered clam species. These clams can weight up to 200 kilograms and measure up to 47 inches (or almost 4 feet). They were colorful and it was my first time to see them up close while diving. I also saw black corals.
Sunset Cruising. I love sunrises and sunsets. This one I think is one of the most beautiful sunset I ever saw in my life- Mt. Mayon spelled the difference and I felt a VIP with our own captain. I wish I can do this again with someone special. haha
ATV Ride. It was my first time to try an All-Terrain Vehicle and I loved it! It was a badass ride and panoramas we saw along the way to Five Views are just awesome- lagoons, rolling hills and terrific seascapes. The photo below shows the majestic Mayon slowly being covered with clouds. This is the day before its phreatic eruption last May 7, 2o13. You also see Mts. Malinao, Malaraga, Iriga and Isarog, making it five mountains in one view. Talk about awesome!
Zipline. I’m no fan of ziplines but then I have to try it because I’m already there. Nope, I’m not afraid of heights, I’m just not a fan of ziplines.
Luge. Pronounced loodge not lu-ge. It’s a small bumpcar-like vehicle made of fiberglass that moves by pressing the handlebar forward. The ride was all downhill- making you catch adrenaline the faster, the better. It’s very safe for kids and very easy to maneuver.
Stand-up Paddle or SUP. I tried this but not that much because there are no waves in Misibis Bay. This is perfect practice for those who want to try surfing for balance. Also good for those who wants to have a strong core muscles.
Kayaking. I’m a kayaking enthusiasts so I did some paddling here. Better done in pairs for faster glide on the water.
Wakeboarding. The highlight of all highlights! I learned that wakeboarding on the open sea with a jetsky pulling you is way way much better than the motorized wakeboarding I tried in CWC Camsur and Wakepark in Nuvali. Damn, I felt like I was flying and the adrenaline in my bloodstream was just going crazy. I tried this again and again since I was successful on the first try. Ohhhh baby, when I have the chance to go back in Misibis Bay, I want to this again.
To all watersports fanatics, don’t you ever miss this.
Jetsky. This is also my first time to use the jetsky and damn it was F!U!N! I am editing the videos I had then publish it as a vide blog. Maaaaan, it was a ride of my life.
Windsurfing. Sorry no photo available. But this one made my whole body aching even after two days. It was really hard to pull the sail out of the water, balance your feet and try to read where the wind goes. I had some little success- riding the wind and water for about 30-40 meters and that was it. Promise, I will be back and ride this monster again.
Eating. Just kidding 😛 Just check the previous blog.
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Note: I was invited by Misibis Bay to have an Escape Tour Package for 3D/2N. So I set aside my pink hammock to luxuriate and enjoy paradise. Thanks goes to Sirs Ian Varona and Paul Garcia. Really had the time of my life while at the resort.
Misibis Bay Official Website: WWW.MISIBISBAY.COM
How to get to Misibis Bay?
Cebu Pacific flies thrice daily to Legazpi City from Manila. They also have Cebu City-Legazpi flights thrice a week (Tue-Thu-Sat). For bookings and inquiries, go to www.cebupacificair.com or call (02)7020-888. The latest seat sales and promos can be found on Cebu Pacific Air’s official Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) and Facebook pages (/cebupacificair).
From Legazpi City Airport, you will be picked-up by Misibis Bay private vans to the resort.