Club Paradise Palawan
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TripAdvisor Reviews Club Paradise Palawan Coron
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... is veiled behind the
karst formation of rock. One must walk a wooden plank and stair to get
there but unlike Kayangan the walk here is considerably short
beach- a small stretch of white sand beach with very clear water. This
was where we stopped for lunch. They have a makeshift hut for visitors
to rest and have their lunch.
Manila is a bustling city and I am sure it's also the international capital of "old white men with young Asian girlfriends." They are on the streets, in the restaurants, at the beach... Everywhere! I got my passport sorted out at the Canadian Embassy. The building was spotless and very large, most people were dressed in suits, and it had multi stages of security. I had not been in a building like this since we started travelling. The processing for my passport was suppose to ...
... be a very different place and much more touristy.
Our hotel was very nice and a short trike ride from the town...a trike is how all the Filipinos get around, its a bit like a tuktuk but you sit in a covered side car next to the driver.
The first evening we went out for dinner and had a bit of a lost in translation moment. We ordered our dinner and i chose salmon and Anthony chose prawns. When it arrived it was literally ...
... but Coast guard employees with tables set up to search through your bags and backpacks. What were they looking for? Things you weren't allowed to have and bring out with you. Seashells and coral which clearly is stated that is against the law to take or buy. Luckily I did not collect any shells this time, which i have to admit I do take " one or two" just a small souvenir from some of my many exotic beach destinations. Carla...you would of been totally busted :)
Then came the ...
... them of course, they must come in, the poor things. so a lovely young couple came into our room. I gave them my bed (our room has two single beds) and I shared with Chris. They must have been so tired because they seemed to fall asleep immediately.
The storm outside seemed to get stronger again. I lay awake for quite a while after that, waiting and listening and trying not to jump at every loud crash.
We woke up this morning around 7.30am, keen to see ...