Coral Bay Beach & Dive Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Twin Lagoon. The sheer limestone karst were breathtaking as we approached the lagoons. The boat anchored and it was a good 20 minute swim into and around the lagoon, entering by swimming through an archway, which is only manageable at low tide. Along with the German guy, we swam away from the floating orange blobs (the non swimmers wearing their life jackets!), to the other side of the lagoon. Chris, keen to find a cliff jump, settled with jumping from the archway. With a ...
... 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 ...
... the least favorable of all especially if you are traveling with elders since the room is a bit up on the hill. The view is not so pleasant either with all the shrubs where mosquitoes can lurk. Palawan being notorious with mosquitoes I'm guessing the room has some issues with this.
Speaking of mosquitoes we have some share of this problem although not in our room but while we were following the trail to the Eagle's Point. ...
... boat tour round some of the islands – fabulous. In the afternoon decided to go snorkelling at Siete Pecados, a marine sanctuary consisting of about 8 small islands near the Makinit Hot Springs. Tricycle drivers want 300 peso round trip to take you there and wait but there was no chance of me paying that so i got a ride on a shared tricycle and dropped off at the hot springs for 30 peso instead. Wandered down to the beach and decided that rather than pay a boatman to paddle me around ...
... very interesting and positive character.
The wreck diving was fascinating. Not all of the Japanese ships were actually used in the war, but they had all been sunk then. You could see the m***********s where the bombs had hit. There was a navy ship that still had a crane on it that was used for lifting aeroplanes on board. Swimming through a deck, we could see down into all of the other decks below us, which showed just how big the ships were. There was also an oil ...