Coral Bay Beach & Dive Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 100peso entrance fee. How different could it be from CYC, we thought. But later my cousin returned on another trip and told me it was well worth the money. His friends could not be moved to go to the next destination.
Next was twin lagoon, entering through a passage between towering limestone cliffs heading to a limestone wall that suddenly opens up to another passage as you get near. This went on several times until we finally got to the final cul-de-sac, we were ...
... stop was a beautiful beach with white sand and shelter huts. We just lazed in the water for an hour or so. I think that we had probably spent more time in the water than out that day. It was an amazing day.
It was time to leave Balinsasayaw on the following day and we caught a banca with some young locals from Manila who had also stayed at the resort. When we docked at Coron, they helped carry the bags to the street and flagged down a trike and one person came all the way to ...
... Steady Divers'. With some time to spare, we also decided to book an island hopping trip for the next day. For dinner we ate at a street food BBQ stand, and chose a squid, some pork skewers, a hot dog, and a corn on the cob. Our day trip set off just after 9am. The group was around 15 people, consisting of Filipino tourists, Koreans, a German guy, and us. Our first stop was to Kayangan lake. It was a small climb to a viewpoint, with wonderful views over the boat station. The ...
... it happened so quickly that they didn't have a chance to feel anything. So happy that we have such a great relationship with japan now, its hard to imagine that years ago we fought against them, and so many lost their lives, on both sides.
The fish swam in and out of its port holes , bright in color, and coral completely covered the sides of the bough. What an amazing experience, feeling surreal at times the opportunities im lucky enough to experience on ...
... restaurant in town. And seriously, it was pretty amazing. Needing a small break from our never ending craving for seafood, Italian sounded pretty good. This place, obviously having an ex-pat Italian owner running it. had its own brick oven to bake the homemade pizzas. Our meal was truly fabulous, forgetting that we were in the middle of the Philippines, instead of a tucked away cafe in Rome. Dining on a basil, Margarita pizza with mushrooms and artichokes, a Caresse salad, and ...