Coron Backpacker Guesthouse
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Travel Blogs from Coron
... explore the coral reef!
Much to Sophie’s delight, she is a natural scuba diver! Also to her delight, the licensed scuba diver, yours truly, frequently felt claustrophobic and started to breathe quickly, losing control and quickly ascending back to the surface. After we got our “sea legs”, we took the boat out to explore the East Tangat shipwreck!
Here’s a bit ...
... north of the Visyays (250~ nortical miles), staying in very basic wooden huts on the beach without electricity or running water it gave the authentic castaway experience (maybe apart from the karaoke on one island). Our daily routine consisted of waking up to breakfast served on palm leafs. We had things like porridge and fruit served in a fresh coconut, pancakes and something called banana hearts which was all delicious. We never got hungry as they ...
... t think so after trying a bit of Martin's. Unfortunately he got a spike in his mouth which made his lip swell up until he pulled out the spike. Ouch!
We passed a place with cockerels all tied up, they have cock fighting there. One of the men gave us a mini show with two of the cocks. Thankfully they covered their spurs so we didn't have to witness any bloodshed!
We had time to eat, drink and swim there, the water was so clear and calm. Such a beautiful place. We had ...
... in small little pens. It wasn't very nice. We arrived back into town about 4pm, I called by a mango stall on my walk back. They sell the best mangos here, so juicy, sweet and tasty! And 30p each. What a lovely day. Friday 22 March 2013 Today I did nothing. I sat around in the sun, feel asleep at lunchtime and bought cakes from the local bakery. A bit of drama in the evening. Well, it started in the morning. I woke to find a packet of Oreos on the floor next to my bed. I'm sure ...
... arrived in Coron. I got off the van an Bonnie was waiting for me. Got a big hug, put my stuff down and then we walked around the town. Photos to follow. Saw a gorgeous sunset. Posted on Facebook, then we ate dinner at SeaDive. Had garlic crabs, calamarie and mashed potatoe. Came home and went to ...
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