First here's Halthron's interesting pics.
Halthron:I'm sure everyone has lots of pics, there were more than enough cameras going around. Here's a few shots of interesting things. I was stupid the first day and had problems with the camera so no wreck photos from me.
The resort dock (The resort buildings are behind trees):
We stayed at Discovery Divers which was a generally friendly place. The rooms are pretty rustic and certain things need repairs, like the doors in cottage four so that they open and close without problems.
Gunther's Cathedral is an AWESOME dive. It's a cave that can go to zero viz very easily but it's a short run through the tight area and when you pop out, you're in a flooded cavern. You can surface and see:
It's even possible to rappel into the cave from above. I'm not sure how you'd get up there though, the walls we saw were all sheer.
Barracuda Lake is separate from the ocean and is a mix of fresh and salt water layers. In addition to the difference in water types, you have a wide difference in temperatures. It's a bit of a hike to get there, you take a boat to the entrance (fee PhP 75) then have to carry equipment (chicks can have their stuff carried by the nearest guy that wants to be helpful or the boatman if the guys are feeling lazy or are carrying their own)
Note for Iris' fan club: Iris carried her own gear up and down these rocks to the water. I took a pic but as she started moving when I did, it's pretty much a picture of her rear end. Out of respect for her, I decided it would be inappropriate to post it.
The lake itself is interesting because it's so different. There aren't swarms of fish and the schools that are there are mostly small fry. However, the lake does bring a new meaning to the word "barren".
At about 85ft, the dirt turns red, it's pretty unnusual.