"You'll forget that you're sick of the big waves when you're having a lot of fun until you're not sick anymore."
-Alvi Jane M. Hatamosa
We left the port around 9:00 a.m. and head to the Sanctuary Sea, where aquamarine life are protected by law and fishing there was prohibited. It was a place for fishes to breed and live naturally without human disturbances. It was so beautiful and it looked so magical to see the waters for it glows like aqua blue gems and the seabed was visible but that does not mean it is shallow. Near the Sanctuary Sea, there were huts standing on the middle of the sea and under those huts and around them beneath the sea was where the seaweed farm was located so we stopped by there while dad did his work. Unfortunately we were not allowed to swim due to the strong current. The wind was strong and the waves were big enough to make you sick, not for me though. So I was really disappointed but it was better to stay safe than to be sorry. After quiet some time, we had to leave and head to another seaweed farm but unfortunately our engine failed so it had to be fixed by the operator of the boat. We were lucky that the men from the huts nearby were the friends of my dad's business partner. They let us borrow their pump boat's batteries for our engine. It took hours for them to fix the engine therefore our trip was delayed. We arrived there 12:00nn and took off around 3:30 p.m already. Within that duration, I only took some pictures, ate snacks, admire the scenery for awhile and took a nap.
The next day, as early as 7:00 a.m, we checked out from the pension house and head to the Public Market to buy some puso-hanging rice(a popular Visayan Rice), bread, fruits, calamay-a sweet sticky delicacy, a popular dessert of Bohol(You can buy 3 bowls of it worth 100 pesos) and fresh pork meat and fish. We grilled fish and pork on the same boat we rented and ate brunch while we took off from Talibon port.