Busuanga Island Paradise
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... walk from the beach, and Chris even managed to be the only person on the beach for a quick photo opportunity. We then made our way around to the Floating cottages. Small bamboo shelters, floating out at sea, and some absolutely incredible snorkelling. The water was crystal clear and the corals were so captivating. The colours were incredible. We even had our picture taken with Nemo! Amazed by the snorkelling, we reluctantly clambered back onto the boat to head to our final ...
... toilet 'tasks' and I found every reason not to use the toilet.
The house we were in was timber and not very well built with lots of gaps between the floor boards which invited various guests into our rooms. I had several cockroaches in the room (on my bed-gulp) and at one point in the night I thought I heard a rat, so I placed my backpack over the largest hole (after making sure the rat wasn't in the room) and went back to sleep without anymore rat sounds. ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
In 1944, 10 Japanese ships were sank by the American military and each ship has become a famous wreck dive in Coron. We dived 2 wrecks today and these were completely different from a reef dive! Rather than being in awe of the colorful, beautiful marine life, a wreck dive represents a sad history of war, death and loss. As we dived through the corridors of the ships, ...