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.
... Argentina and swam in stunning Kayangan Lake. The next day, we went to do the activity that made Coron famous: World War II shipwreck diving!
Learning to sink, tending to float
Sophie and I set out with Kevin, the owner of Kaba Kaba and experienced diving instructor who taught us all about WWII history, underwater cameras, and British humor. Sophie had never been scuba diving before and ...
... read good reviews about the Roro…) we had a 6 hour roller coaster ride in a supposedly 'aircon’d bus – the first worrying sign was the large crack that ran across the windscreen (glued back together) then Jos selected seat turned out to be by the glass window that had been replaced by plastic… oh and the lack of seat belts too! After a few hairy moments (with the drivers aspiring to join the world rally championships) we ...
... and in dry clothes eating our takeaway burritos.
The rain and winds are coming and going. It all died down for about an hour, and now it seems like it's coming back. From our bedroom window we can see a corrugated iron roof flapping around in the wind. I'm pretty sure that won't be there in the morning. I just hope it doesn't come our way!
We've just found out that the evacuation/co-ordination centre is right next to our hotel, which is ...
... waiting for our boat when a man approached us and asked if he could join us. This was Mike from the Netherlands now working in Manila. The more the merrier plus it brings the costs down!
As well as the hire fee there are entrance fees for the islands so I think the trip cost about £10 per person. We set off on boat number 80. It was a catamaran( outrigger). We borrowed an ice box from a man at the wharf and loaded it with beers. The boys had bought litre bottles of Colt 45! ...