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Like the emerald jewels scattered in the warm seas of middle Philippines, the islands of the Visayas beckon with the allure of sun, sea and sand - ideal settings for island-hopping acations; its dive sites offer ample opportunities for underwater explorations. Take in the sun on the many fine beaches or swim in the crystal clear waters. Ride the waves on a hobie cat, jet ski or windsurf in the many resorts; or dive beneath the waves for a shimmering glimpse of the wonders of the Visayan sea.
Many of the best divespots in the country. The eastern coast of this coral island is a veritable haven of white sand, fringed with skyscraping coconut trees and top-rated beach clubs with complete facilities. Moalboal is the diving capital hereabouts; Sogod to the north is excellent for cliff diving; outlaying islands like Badian, Bantayan and Pescador are framed for breath taking coral formations.
Where Cebu juts out to meet the island of Negros, there is Sumilon Marine Sanctuary off Sumilon island. In the waters of Cebu Strait, between Cebu and the islands of Bohol, are Cabilao, Balicasag, Panglao and Pamilacan Islands, where submarine cliffs plunge down to depths thriving with fish and other aquatic life.
The charms of the Visayas lie not only in these modern-day pursuits, but also in the way the past blends with the present. In Cebu, Boom City of the South, go on a cultural tour of the many scenic attractions of the historic province, hunts for bargains in handicrafts, preserved foods and guitars, or delve into the roots of this oldest Spanish settlement in the country.
In Aklan, dad soot on your body and stomp your feet to the rhythm of the age-old Ati-atihan festival. Kalibo in Aklan is also the jump-off point to the island paradise of Boracay, dubbed : "The Best Beach in the World" for its four-kilometer stretch of powder-fine white sand. Travel back in time through the quaint towns of Iloilo, with its centuries-old churches, period houses, hand-embroidered and hand-loomed fabrics, and peaceful, windswept beaches. Traipse through the sugarcane fields of Negros Occidental, once the sugar capital of Asia, or tree off on a golfer's holiday in greens nestled among the cane plantations. Marvel at the Chocolate Hills of Bohol; then walk through man-made forests, home of the endangered tarsier, the world's oldest insect eating mammal.
Don’t worry; this doesn’t involve catching bugs just finding them. You will need a piece
of paper for each child that is playing, crayons or pencils and stickers. Divide each piece
of paper into nine squares with three columns and three rows. The middle square is a free space.
In each of the other eight squares draw a picture or write the name of a bug that can be
found in your backyard. Send the children out with the stickers and their bingo cards to
find the bugs. As the child finds each bug they can place a sticker on the appropriate square. The only rule that should be reinforced is that the bugs are not to be touched (or
squashed, squished, etc.). Bug Bingo
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