Coco Grove Beach Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 …
... obviously enables them to ingest food. They are filter feeders who eat zooplankton and small fish by sucking water through their large mouth and then expelling it through their gills. It seemed like they were going to eat us but then they just changed their direction and kept on swimming somewhere else. They didnīt care about us at all and perceived us as an unimportant floating object in the water. The only potentially dangerous part of their body was their tail. While turning ...
... the bag. Proposing was so much harder than I thought it would be, the original plan was to get one of the turtles to swim up to Angela with the ring in their mouth and give it to her, but they weren't too keen on that idea so I had to go to plan B.
So we were laying on the beach, nobody else around, I was about to get down on one knee and ask Angela to marry me but then a fisherman walked around the corner.... moment spoiled. He sat there for about half ...
... I sat on the street corner for a minute, watched the traffic, took a deep breath, collected myself and moved on. Needless to say I survived the day in town :) Walked quite a bit on Rizal Street (a Main Street along the ocean) and zigzagged around town. I made the mistake of heading down an alley where they were butchering animals and that was not something I would have ...
... we continued back through the village, past two
more schoolrooms, outdoor pool tables, basketball courts and people
washing in the streets. Smiling children greeted us along the way,
one telling me that I had nice hair, politely glossing over the
sweat, dirt and twigs. Other children were having great fun playing
with a couple of balloons that they'd been given. We watched an
elderly man trying to hammer some wood together, his cute puppy
risking losing his ...