El Rio y Mar Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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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... to get some renewed perspective. The scenes of devastation are very confronting. People had such little chance for survival. Its impossible to really comprehend the magnitude of devastation.
The latest report I read on the outcome of the 'seemingly' insignificant Cebu typhoon was - "Tropical Storm Seniang made landfall on the Philippines' main southern island of Mindanao on 29 Dec 2014 and then crossed to the central islands, causing floods and landslides. The ...
... are indeed in the threshold of paradise.
After a brief orientation about the place and activities available a staff ushered us to our beachfront room and as we sashay down the corridor she pointed several trees which seems to be covered by big, dark creatures.Yes dangling on the trees are huge fruit bats which according to them are a resident of the island. It is a mystique looking at them
especially when ...
... most of our meals included fresh sea food. We had all kinds, from snapper to tuna steaks and ink squid. Neither of us are massive sea food fans but it was delicious. And then there were the snacks in between. French fries, sweet potato with caramelised sugar and fried bananas in condensed milk! Not the healthiest but certainly tasty.
Every evening we would dock at a base camp. The only people on the islands were the locals who looked after the camps. A ...
... only four of us on this swimming,climbing, snorkeling tour, as we climbed yet more rocky steps to the secluded and gorgeous Kayangan Lake. Accessible by a steep 10-minute climb, the crystal-clear waters of Lake Kayangan are nestled into the mountain walls; underwater is like a moonscape. There’s a little wooden walkway and platform to stash your things at which point I was given a hefty orange vest, a pair of goggles and breathing apparatus and jumped ...
... was and still is rife. It isn't too sleazy from the outside and there were some good options of places to eat.
I preferred this area to Manila that's for sure.We ate at a Mexican restaurant, it was good, not great but good. That seems to be the theme with the food here!
The next day we flew from Clark Airport, just 10 minutes by taxi from the hotel. No trikes serve the airport route and the taxi's are all 350 peso. There is a Jeepney from Dau bus station for a little less ...