Busuanga Island Paradise
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... 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. ...
... They are
such an annoying presence everywhere you go even in our hotel room.
*Dont forget to bring water when climbing the trail to Kayangan lake, you would definitely need one.
is always a rule of the thumb to start your day early especially in
places we visited. Waking up early for the trip pays off really well. We
were always the first to arrived hence ...
... 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.
... make do. By the way, I have found that flushing toilet paper is not allowed anywhere (at least not the islands I have been on). This has been quite challenging to get used to. 2. Public urination is a norm. Haven't seen a woman do it but men pee just about everywhere in public. 3. Roosters seem to be the top pet of choice, followed by cows, goats and dogs. Pretty much in that order. ...
... a couple, Robin & Dimple who were looking to share hire costs, it was even cheaper to hire a boat for the day in Coron so we jumped at the opportunity and booked a boat for the next day with them. We decided to visit around 5 different areas. I have uploaded lots of photos but our first stop was Lake Kayangang, after a 10 minute walk we reached the glistening fresh water lake and had a lovely swim and snorkel, seeing the moonscape of rocks and lots ...