Ralph's Pension House Coron
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... and my breathing quickened and I floated back to the surface, where I scared a snorkeler to death. Determined to see the awesome periscope, I steeled my nerves and went back down.
On the way back, I watched the sunset and enjoyed breathing naturally in a shark-free environment while listening to diving expert Sophie talk to Kevin about how she could become an official scuba diving instructor.
... over the island to get to the boat, consisting of swinging from trees to get down.
During the evening we all sat around chatting and enjoying the tranquillity of paradise and each others company.
On the last day we were due to dock in to Coron between 4-5pm but at around 5 when we were still quite far away we were told we’d run out of fuel and so the boat started to go very slowly! Luckily the Chef ...
... quiet - are we in the eye right now? 30 minutes later and it sounds like it's getting up again.
About 45 minutes ago the storm got so violent that we retreated into the bathroom. It was quite frightening. It was loud and aggressive outside, the windows were rattling and things were crashing round outside our room. We ran in, put some towels down on the floor, huddled and waited. After about another 15 minutes, our back up generator went off. We were ...
... gargantuan frogmen into the calm, warm waters below. Beneath the shimmering surface were a plethora of colorful corals and fish, and then we swam across the lake to discover the caves on the other side. It was indeed another world, a visually spectacular oceanic paradise that literally took our breath away, worth the 150 step climb each way.
Upon reentering our boat, always a cumbersome affair, we visited a variety of mini islands as it were, from ...
... waiting for our boat when a man approached us and asked if he could join us. This was Mike from the Netherlands now working in Manila. The more the merrier plus it brings the costs down!
As well as the hire fee there are entrance fees for the islands so I think the trip cost about £10 per person. We set off on boat number 80. It was a catamaran( outrigger). We borrowed an ice box from a man at the wharf and loaded it with beers. The boys had bought litre bottles of Colt 45! ...