Address: Don Pedro Street, Coron, Palawan, Philippines | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Don Pedro Street, Coron, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Coron

      Crossing into palawan

      A travel blog entry by miller.r.lowe on Apr 24, 2014

      ... of limestone standing sentinel to the east, and the rolling brown hills and mountains of Coron to the west.

      I was quick to head to sea dive and get a room, as the port and town of Coron were bustling with tourist traffic. After securing a room I luckily found a doctor who informed me the small cough i had picked up in Mindoro was actually bronchitis! early stages of pneumonia as well if i understood her correctly. So i ...

      Divers Paradise

      A travel blog entry by wadester on Apr 02, 2014

      26 photos

      ... 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.

      Philippines Chapter 2

      A travel blog entry by justkeepswimmin on Feb 28, 2014

      24 photos

      ... 8217;t they lit it by filling diesel filled beer bottles. We’d arrive at camp just as the sun was setting which meant a race against time to get bucket showered and dressed before the arrival of the moquitos. This was often quick funny when there was only one shower between 16 people. The toilets were bucket flush in a roofless hut, although we got used to this we were pretty glad to see a flushing toilet again! At one base Jim started the day with ...

      Trouble in Paradise - Super Typhoon Yolanda

      A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Nov 08, 2013

      19 photos

      ... some telly to keep us occupied.

      The typhoon is well and truly here. When we last checked the weather report its course seems to have changed and the eye is passing right over us. It's definitely been a different level of storm for the last hour or so.

      From our room right now we can hear the wind howling, it's continual and loud; heavy rain is lashing trees and buildings, and there's a regular sound of corrugated iron crashing around. Every time I ...

      Paddling in Palawan.

      A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Jun 08, 2013

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... us handed ours back in and they didn't seem to notice we had handed in 4 not 5 sets. The 4 of us went off on the bikes and Mike followed in a trike. We arranged to meet at the Gypsys Lair Restaurant.( Just so you know a trike is a motorbike with a sort of side car to seat 4 attached to it)

      Me, Martin, Rachel and Brendan arrived at the restaurant and waited for Mike, he arrived over an hour later. We knew the trike would be slower than the mopeds but not that slow!