Here is the third installment of the Honda Bay island hopping. I’ve been meaning to post this last week but I got kind of busy with work and some out-of-work activities.
One of the popular island hopping destinations in Honda Bay is the Snake Island. Everyone loves to swim in the crystal clear water as they can actually play with the school fish and feed them in their own hands. Have some dinner rolls, tear them into small pieces and scatter the bits in the water… and the colorful school of fish will be all over in no time. As I’ve said in my last posts, I was not able to go swimming; it was kind of frustrating, I missed feeding the fish in my own hands.
Since I could not swim, I just watched the kids as they are playfully feeding the fish and enjoying the water. Snake Island is a protected site and fishing is strictly prohibited. You can feed the fish for as long as you want but you cannot catch them.
We were not able to stay longer as we needed to catch our flight back to Manila that afternoon. I want to go back one day to feed the fish 🙂
We passed by this island [photo below] on our way back to the pier and I could not help but wish for my own island in Palawan. Well, a girl can dream 🙂