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 …
... among each other. It was also incredible to watch them gently swimming on the bottom. Their bodies were truly massive but they were moving so peacefully that we felt very safe and relaxed around them.
In any case we must admit that when they started to swim towards us it was a bit scary….like a monster living in the deeper waters coming to get its food. The whale sharks looked even more frightening with their mouth open.
Their mouth is huge (up to 1 m wide) ...
... was perfect... a secluded beach, beautiful sunshine, it was paradise. Armed with an engagement ring that was bought whilst we were away and shipped to Hong Kong for when we arrived there, Jimmy was ready to ask the biggest question of his life. Getting the ring to Hong Kong was a disaster, my accounts got blocked because of a large purchase outside of the country so the payment was delayed, then the delivery company didn't pick it up on the right day so it was ...
... ve met some great people here who have given me a ton of travel tips already. I've added one more island in Indonesia to go diving - Manado. I had never heard of it, but someone recommended that it is a MUST. No problem! Just been added to my open agenda ;-) I got one last dive this morning, then perhaps a jog in the afternoon and do some reading. Life is so ...
... huge bundles of
firewood and the usual array of goats, cows and chickens. They all
tried not to flinch too much at the sight of our maroon faces and
a dilapidated, deserted building in the clearing on the hilltop we
dared each other to go in. It seemed to have been a school in the
past and now just contained a few piles of rubbish, lots of graffiti
and maybe a few ghosts. After scaring each other for a while we