El Rio y Mar Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Rio y Mar Resort Coron
cant recommend the staff and the experience here enough, spent a wonderful 4 days being pampered
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... had a few beers and hit the sack as another early start tomorrow.
After a wrong turn we made it to the dive shop for 7.30am and were allocated our gear, jumped onto the Jeepney and were taken down to the port. On the boat with us were 3 lads from the Netherlands who were doing their discover diving session and a nice guy from the Czech Republic who had done lots of wreck dives before.
This area is famous for ...
... colourful corals. Then we headed over to Banol beach for our lunch stop. The boat men had prepared an impressive spread of grilled fish, an abundance of crabs, vegetables, BBQ chicken, pork and of course rice. The Koreans taught us how to eat the crabs, as neither of us have really had to get our hands dirty, so to speak. I am not a huge fan, but Chris, despite the faffing, was loving the crabs! Back on the boat, we headed to CYC beach, to let our food digest. The boat anchored ...
... I was in Cebu last month killed over 50 people. And it seemed like a 'nothing' storm. It rained in Cebu but wasn’t ferocious. It seemed such a mild storm to be causing all this commotion. I was more frustrated/confused why the ferries weren’t running – I still had a lot to learn about typhoons :). The deaths in the region were due to landslides and flash flooding rather than directly from the storm. I take the time to look back at pictures of the ...
... it happened so quickly that they didn't have a chance to feel anything. So happy that we have such a great relationship with japan now, its hard to imagine that years ago we fought against them, and so many lost their lives, on both sides.
The fish swam in and out of its port holes , bright in color, and coral completely covered the sides of the bough. What an amazing experience, feeling surreal at times the opportunities im lucky enough to experience on ...
... 8217;t they lit it by filling diesel filled beer bottles. We’d arrive at camp just as the sun was setting which meant a race against time to get bucket showered and dressed before the arrival of the moquitos. This was often quick funny when there was only one shower between 16 people. The toilets were bucket flush in a roofless hut, although we got used to this we were pretty glad to see a flushing toilet again! At one base Jim started the day with ...