As I wrap up my time in the Philippines, I will be taking time to experience the more laid-back elements of the Flip Side.  I spent the last week diving in Apo Reef in Dumaguete, one the world’s second-largest contiguous coral reef system and the largest in the country.  See the photographs here:

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