Busuanga Island Paradise
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... started on 24 September 1944 when a US Navy strike force of fighters and dive bombers attacked a Japanese supply fleet of up to 24 ships, at anchor, in Coron Bay and around Busuanga Island. So, it was then time for us to search around for a dive shop, reputable but with good prices. Coron town isn't too big, but there are plenty of dive shops. Using trusty tripadvisor, our general sense for the shops, looking at the quality of the gear, and of course considering price, we agreed ...
... war ship from world war ll, that has been under water since it was shot down and sunk, in 1947. The coral over time loves to attach to it, and the fish love to swim and call it their home. We met up with a nice solo traveler from Holland, so we were lucky to once again have our own private tour.
There are at least 10 Japanese war ships sunk off the waters of Coron. Making it a popular dive spot for experienced divers. Not being a diver ( .. yet:) I was ...
... north of the Visyays (250~ nortical miles), staying in very basic wooden huts on the beach without electricity or running water it gave the authentic castaway experience (maybe apart from the karaoke on one island). Our daily routine consisted of waking up to breakfast served on palm leafs. We had things like porridge and fruit served in a fresh coconut, pancakes and something called banana hearts which was all delicious. We never got hungry as they ...
... German science, when we arrived at our first base camp. We swam ashore, Corinna and me actually hitched a ride on a kayak, and realised when they said 'sleep on the beach', they really meant it. There were a few bamboo pallets right on the sand in front of the waves - on each of these we set up a sleeping mat, pillow, sheets and a mosquito net, and thats it, home sweet home!! But the beach was so amazing. A totally isolated, long ...
... attached tourist through the water. It's rather comical to observe.
We enjoyed the boat day so much that we did another tour the following day with a group of holidaying Filipinos and reached some islands further afield. I can't explain how beautiful the beaches are. They are clean, with invitingly warm water, soft white sand and docile colorful fish just beneath the surface. This place is totally idyllic, I already wish we had longer than a few weeks here.