Coral Bay Beach & Dive Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have loved it!
This area was hit hard by typhoon Haiyan (not nearly the worst affected area tho) and the place we are staying at is still trying to rebuild a year later. It's not like they have insurance policies the way we do; we take for granted these things back home. They have to start over with their own money as and when they earn/can afford it. Money the government has promised to contribute hasn't come through as yet apparently.
The typhoon that ...
... to enjoy every sight
.Pictures are great too since there were no other tourists blocking the
spot you want to capture.
*Entrance fee is all the same for every sight which is Php100 per pax except for Kayangan lake which is Php200.
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... Head , tail and all. Its a bit of work to pick the delicious white meat from it, being careful to not get any bones in your bites. And very interesting being glared at with those teeth staring back at you as you do. Sara D. Would have no problem doing this, but many would find it slightly barbaric.. I don't mind at all and have gotten very used to eating fish this way. If im ever stranded on a deserted island.. I will do just fine. I already gave up cable along time ...
... and my airline crew id. ( those are such a pain to replace, and its my free ticket home eventually..:) Everything else in my small backpack could get wet...money, credit cards, okay I would lose this small notebook computer, but it was on sale when I got it.
Christine and I are good swimmers, especially Christine. I'm sure she would keep me floating if I got tired from treading water. There's 10 less people today, so Christine and I would grab and extra life vest for ...
... setting seemed a bit surreal. To add to that feeling, Jessie would then pick up her ukulele and start singing.
In one of the camps we stayed at, we each had our own hut. There was no door and as you opened your eyes in the morning, all you saw was the sand, sea and palm trees. That was another wow moment.
One of the Swedish guys, Tomas, was a professional gymnast. Both the crew and some of the other explorers had a great time trying to copy all ...