Aqua Venture Reef Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... told that flights around this area were slim pickings for the growing tourism. Instead of a direct 1hr flight to Manila, we had to select a transfer flight from Coron-Cebu-Manila. Bahumbug! Second thing on the list was booking some dives for the next day. We came across this locally owned dive shop that just recently opened up the last time we were in El Nido. There are a lot of German and French foreigners who have started businesses in the area, so we thought it would be best to ...
... two hours, taking a million pictures and getting our photos taken a million times (because we're white and tall we are essentially celebrities in the Philippines, and are often getting stopped to have our photos taken).
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