As noted in my previous video, this is the last video of my super extended birthday celebration where we had freediving in Moalboal and Alegria. To recap, the first video
was on my birthday. I think it was the clearest freediving so far for me since I started this new obsession. The sardine run was epic. The second video
was the line dive training where I had a new personal best at 15 meters and a dive time of more than a minute. Those two first videos were taken in Moalboal. The third video
was in Alegria Dive Resort where we explored those underwater statues.
This video was on our last day at the resort. We decided to dive early because the visibility in the afternoon the day before was not very good. Also, we had to check out and go back to the city before noon, so we had to savor the last hours in the resort. It was mainly just a relaxing morning dive.
We drifted beyond the area where the statues are located and headed south of the resort. It's not as packed with corals as in Moalboal and the terrain underwater is very different. Moalboal is characterized by a drastic drop while Alegria is more of a slope.
In the video, I was with Claire (@indayclara
) and Aimee. Harjay was also with us and Christian (@sabanalchristian
) was the photographer and videographer. I'm actually excited to what Claire is about to share about this freedive because they were doing a lot of stunts.
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I guess that's all for this post! See you on the next one! I have an exciting post ahead. Maybe for some, it will not be as exciting, but I can already feel the excitement in drafting that post even if I haven't started yet. I just had a rejuvenating vacation in Moalboal last weekend and I'm so stoked to share that one. We didn't freedive, we just stayed in this awesome AirBnB that shattered all my expectations. Hopefully, I'll be able to translate this excitement to you all.
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