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... water is up to 40 degrees Celsius. It was the first warm bath I've had in Asia and it was divine!!! I couldn’t get enough of it. I found the thermal line fascinating. If you look at it from below it looks like the surface of the water, but it’s not. It’s just the splitting of the two waters. You could move your arm up and down through the thermal line and feel the sharp change in water and watch the two waters mixing slightly giving the water an eerie look. ...
... li> Sea view- located in the sunrise
beach and comes second , at least for me. It has its own beach too but
narrower strip of sand and waves are a bit aggresive and not child
... Coron Island. Baraccuda lake. This is a lake which has a mixture of fresh and salt water with crazy thermoclin’s. So while you are descending you will go through 24 degrees and then to 36 degrees. It is pretty uncomfortable being in water at 36 degrees for too long, but that is ok and you just descend further and the temperatures cool again. watch to for the baby catfish, they are everywhere!
Dive footage to come but here are some photos on land.
... our place. Great price.. Once again, we leave from right from our dock, our own boat , two boat guys who are the boat captain, anchor man, tour guide and cook( we get lunch cooked for us on the beach) all for the incredible price of $26 each.
We were to go on 5 stops around the famous Coron island. Is this the place I've heard about? The first stop was a small snorkeling area at the small five islands.. Pretty! But this isn't it. Next we started sailing closer to the ...
... and recovery operations. International aid would not arrive in time so the staff were using their boats to rescue people cut off from essential services. The company plays a key role in the community and is now helping the locals to learn about sustainable fish farming practises and conserving the environment.
The locals are really friendly and when we did see some people, the kids were all smiles. We were told not to give them sweets but we sneakily got ...