Ralph's Pension House Coron
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... yeah not 1 but 2 lizards casually passing by. With this encounter we resign the plan of heading down to Hidden beach as we might see a giant anaconda this time. Lol now I'm exaggerating.
If you wish to snorkel they offer free snorkeling gears and for kids you can occupy them with movies in the Kid's room or borrow some beach toys and let them indulge in the sand.
Buffet is supposed to be serve daily but in cases where ...
... to go in. Ordinarily i quite like hot springs but when you are cold and/or wet & miserable. It was 30 degrees C and sunny! They were also salt water springs not fresh water ones, and all three pools were really hot with no cold water pool or showers to cool off in. Not ideal really. After about an hour i wandered back down the road to a local village to wait for a tricycle back to town and by sheer coincidence it was the same one/driver that i’d come with. Serendipitous or ...
... diving day, which also happened to be Sherilyn's birthday, we headed inland to a waterfall at Conception. It was another scorching hot day, so we needed the swim after the long drive on dirt roads. Fortunately, Lloyd’s scooter skills were up to the task. The drive took us through the countryside and past local villages. Basketball is a major sport here and almost every village has a court which is usually occupied by the local teens.
Coron was also the starting point ...
... as Palawan. Siargao is on the east coast, which is where Yolanda is coming from. We are so thankful that we left when we did. We had booked our flights before they even knew the typhoon was coming, so someone was looking after us! The day we were due to leave Siargao everyone was talking about the announcement of a typhoon heading for the island. At that point we thought it would just be the east coast that would be affected. It was also not predicted to be as large as they ...
As we were nearing rhe end of our Coron adventure in the Philippines, it was time to head to a different island of sorts. We hired our own private van to drive us about 3 hours outside of the township of Coron on intensely bumpy dirt roads, before taking a short boat ride to the island of Calauit, and more specifically, the Calauit Safari Park. It is this extraordinary ...