After our stint at Blue Dot, we went to Gaisano Mall, parked Dams’ car, bought drinks at Bo’s Cafe, rode a tricycle to a place where boats could be rented, boarded one and off we went to an island called DaoDao.
Shai and Dams at the farthest corner. I was afraid to go there because my heavy weight might disrupt the balance of the boat. Ah, who am I kidding? I was just scared of falling. Besides, I already slipped into black oil on our way to the boat we rented. So clumsy.
From where we were dropped off, we had to brave nature and go to the other side of the island where the water was better and the ray of the sun wasn’t too harsh. Being a sedentary person, I had a hard time but I survived and it made me feel sort of adventurous. haha.
To as big as these. I prefer the latter as long as they’re not sharp. The small ones tend to give away under my weight *sigh*. It was fun and tiring hiking (yeah for me that already was hiking) through these rocks especially because I was on all four extremities most of the time.
On the way was a lighthouse. Small when compared to other pictures of lighthouses I see but still a lighthouse. Unfortunately it was locked with a warning about high voltage. The electric bolt sign was enough to keep me away.
Bebe and I were wearing matching shirts that day. It was her pasalubong to me from Riyadh. I think we look cute in these photos. hehe. During our entire stay in Pagadian, 80% of the time, people asked if we were siblings, 50% if we were twins.
We went for a dip in the clothes that we were wearing because the cool water was so tempting after all the walking. Well, all of us except Dai who swam in her undies. No pictures because she told me not to post them for the sake of her dignity.
When it appeared that it was about to rain, we went out of the water. Again, the last thing we wanted was for an untoward incident to happen.
Our boat fetched another group in a nearby island called DaoDao gamay (meaning Little DaoDao). The place had cottages and the edges were cemented. I still prefer DaoDao and all its rockiness.
We had spicy tuna pizza and 2 liters of Royal carbonated drink. The pizza, just as Dams promised, was delicious. Plus, it was my first time to see corn as part of the ingredient and I love kernel corn! Despite what the waitress said, it wasn’t spicy at all though.