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... a beach with just ourselves, good snorkelling and a chance to explore, on my return we ventured on and found a remote spot and we beached the Kayak but were greeted by a guy running out of the forest telling us it was private island and owned by s german guy, to back him up a guy appeared with a shotgun so the diplomats we are we upped anchor and moved on but not before capsizing in our haste to leave.
... The lagoons were unreal! The water was really warm and we were able to do some diving off the front of the boat. Our other tour took us to more beaches which were also really nice, some snorkelling spots and also to a shrine on an island in the middle of nowhere. The guides were really helpful and the lunches on the tours where huge! Really worth the 1200 pesos ($30 AUS) we paid for each trip. We also went to Nacpan ...
... hmmm why do we always have those rusty old big ferry boats OR the alsmost sinking wooden boats! hahaha!
In Coron city we stayed in a waterbungalow....no no not the one we all dream about in Bora Bora!.....just a very local stay bungalow. But nice! Coron itselfes is not really remarkable only bad restaurants and shabby center.
The boattrip we did was nice but really not as nice as in El Nido. What we very much liked was our visit to Cahuit ...
... islands scattered across the sea around the top of Palawan. There are four day-long boat tours to zones of islands listed as Tour A, B, C & D, as well as scuba diving, paddleboarding and kayaking.
As soon as we had checked in to our basic lodgings, we booked ourselves on to Tours A & C, recommended as the best two to do, for the next two days.
The Philippines is ridiculous. Ridiculously stunning, that is. ...
... shedding many of the habits that appear essential back home but are totally unnecessary here.
It is a little after two in the afternoon on the sixth so the power is back on. Hence, I have internet and can write this. Monica is taking her daily siesta now that the fans and AC have cooled our room off. Tonight we will go out and order a whole chicken BBQed on a spit. We will eat half of it and put the other half in ...