Coco Grove Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoco Grove Beach Resort Siquijor
We stayed in a Villa.. rustic, clean and feels like a second home... the resort is exceptionally beautiful and relaxing with 2 restaurants and 2 swimming pools. They also has a wide beach area with water sports activities. After a tiring day, you can lounge on the bar or have a massage.
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Siquijor is a tiny island located in Central Visayas. Long ago, Spaniards used to call the island as Isla Puerto del Fuego (Island of Fire) due to the multiple numbers of fireflies that literally lit the island on a molave trees. The province is composed of 6 municipalities namely: Larena, San Juan, Lazi, Maria, Enrique Villanueva and …
... and got extremely excited. We knew very well we had to use the time we were given wisely so we started to take many pictures immediately. Gonzalo even managed to record a few videos. We were grateful for our underwater camera again…amazing invention!
Originally we imagined that we were going to spot 1 or 2 whale sharks so we were very surprised by being surrounded by many of them at the same time (maybe 15). They were leaving and coming back again. Sometimes they ...
... caring and easily controlled.
However, once married (which is a necessity in a society dominated by the Catholic church), most Philippine women usually take control of the domestic scene and show much more strength and character than one might have expected. When talking to our western friend, he informed us that it is very important to 'lay your cards on the table' before committing yourself. One must inform the partner to be that just because you are ...
... 7 pm when the area suffered a power brownout. Casa Merinda ran their spare diesel power generator but unfortunately it was directly next door to my room. I went out with my torch at 9 pm searching for eateries to discover that all had closed earlier at 7 pm because they didn't have a generator. Even JJ closed their kitchen at 7 pm, so I went to bed early and hungry, entertained by the rhythm of rain falling on tin roofs.
... At the bottom of the falls
(messing up my photos!!) a lady washed and hung out piles of laundry
in the fresh water. Meanwhile a mini scorpion decided to pay me a
visit, much to my horror.
the base of the falls we soothed our over-heated selves in the
beautiful, icy cold freshwater pool, our habal habal driver turning
down the offer of a dip. After paying an entry donation we headed
back to the motorbike, where a flock of turkeys and ...