Conquering Cebu XI: Sumilon Island

My last outing with the team was planned and it involved swimming and sandbar. Our team has decided to go to Sumilon Island at that time.

We stayed in Marine’s Dive Resort. We enjoyed the pool, jacuzzi, tubbaths, and delectable food. I had a great time and a great laugh with teammates and friends. The day after the swimming in the resort, we direclty headed to Sumilon Island sandbar and had another swimming session.

In Sumilon, the water is so clear that I can see the seabed without wearing goggles. We stayed there for 3 hours, others were just taking photos. There is a resort in the island managed under the Bluewater Resorts. A lot of divers were there considering that the resorts around Sumilon Island and Oslob offer diving activities for a tour package.

Sumilon Island as a resort/ place is just an ordinary location for me, I could definitely say that, ‘nothing beats my home province, Bohol‘. I would say I won’t go there again. But I did not go there to criticise it. I went there to enjoy and have fun with friends and colleagues.

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