I already published a freediving video that featured Pescador Island in Moalboal. In that video
, we were playing with the bubbles from the scuba divers from below. It was so much fun and a one-of-a-kind experience. I've been to Pescador Island twice, but I was still a stranger to freediving back then. When we visit the third time, I'm so glad I can freedive because there's so much diversity of marine life in that island compared to Panagsama.
This video is the second part of our freediving experience on the island. After having fun with the bubbles, we explored the other side of the island where the corals are so much concentrated. No, I think the whole island is surrounded by those awesome corals.
There's a part of the video where I can be seen touching a coral. As a disclaimer, I know that it's not advisable to touch those corals. They're living organisms so it's best to leave them alone and just let our eyes feast on their beauty. Another reason is that you might get cut as some of them have sharp edges. It's best to be safe. However, in this case, the guides told us that if you slightly touch that heart-shaped coral, you will find your love life. I know it's just some myth or something, but I'm desperate. 😂 I even asked them many times if it was okay to touch those corals, but they insisted that it's okay. "Just touch slightly because you might get cut", they said. And so I did and guess what? That myth might be coming true! 😏
This video was taken by our go-to guide, photographer, and videographer in Moalboal - @sabanalchristian
. It was edited by @indayclara
which I admit she's getting good at editing videos!
I guess that's all for this post. I hope you'll enjoy this video!
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