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And this was another DIY tour for my buddies and I! It was just a half-day tour here as we didn’t stay in for the night. Though if you want to fully explore this side, renting a homestay would suffice.

Faluwa Ride
Yes, I have to document this. Haha. There are only a few boats along with a limited schedule for each. It is recommended that you have someone at the place you’re staying call in for your ticket. If not, you could still catch a couple of seats if you’re early. We got lucky that time and got good seats. Once we’ve strapped in our life vests, it was time for the faluwa ride. I’ve been to a couple of boat rides, and this one has got to be the most memorable. Or maybe my lack of breakfast was a factor. Hehe. The waves were just kind of wild that morning. I felt some of the saltwater splash on my face and my camera (hence, the blurry yet beautiful photo down below). That ride lasted for about an hour. I survived! Haha. Oh, and I also have to note how they steer that thing. They use their feet.:)
  

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