Coco Grove Beach Resort
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Adventure day again !! We manage to waste most of the morning resort style having breakfast and by the time we're on our way it’s almost 12pm. This time we traverse the island road a little more cautiously and actually manage to find the attractions instead of zooming by. Our limited white mindsets had assumed that there would be signage all …
Another transit day, we lazily hang about in the room for the morning. I duck down to the port to get tickets for the ferry. I asked the habal habal driver to take me to the 'harbour' so he heads into town and tries to drop me off on ‘Hibbard’ avenue. Oh so sorry, I mean where the boats and ferries go.."Oh, the Port” he responds. …
It's adventure day ! It rained most last night and it’s pretty muggy, though a little cooler, we have breakfast and head off to go fishing in one of the resort canoes. J-she is a little hesitant that I just want a paddler whilst I fish, but she comes anyway. I did try to suggest distractions like a massage, or catch a habal habal into town …
I've got a feeling that trouble with transportation and connections is set to be a continuing theme of our trip to the Phillipines. This began to dawn on me when the ferry from Malapascua Island broke down just after being punted off the beach under grey looming clouds. The captain fiddled unsuccesfully with the piece of blue string that he used to start the boat, then dissapeared down a hatch under the steering wheel. Pretty soon we could here some ominous ...
... We reflect that KRI is a hotel restaurant located at the Insular hotel , and it is very good. Very very good.
The whole service thing at this hotel is poorly lacking, despite the nice rooms and the overly decorated, though relaxing, Balinese/Chinese influenced courtyard there's a serious lack of coordinated service. Ah, the crazy Filipino way !
J-she and I go to bed wishing we’d spend the 30 pesos to go into town and eat, at least it doesn't make us sick.