Coral Cay Resort
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Discovering Coral Cay Resort, with it’s pristine white beaches and a perfect place to simply relax, unwind, and chill out.
... of constellations in the night sky. The stars shone so bright that I can make out the silhouettes of coconut trees so abundant in Siquijor.
Tonight we had electricity. This meant the villagers were belting out videoke tunes. A Katy Perry number followed by some dance tunes and pinoy pop songs. Probably as a deterrent to the many spiritual demons the island occupants often whispered about. Legend has it that many villagers ...
... to check out the nearby department
store where we bought some new clothes – very exciting - as well
as some unbroken sunnies and much needed body spray. Half way into
our trip, some serious appearance related repair work is much needed!
that afternoon we had a pre-dinner wander along Rizal Boulevard,
joining a parade of locals. Next stop was Coco Amigos for a couple of
drinks and later a meal. We walked back from the ...
... through his open
window (of course!).
walked back to our hostel from the harbour, popping into the
supermarket, where we went through the usual bag searching and metal
detector scanning, we also had our bottle of water confiscated –
boo! For the first time in days there was no cloud in the sky,
ramping up the temperature even further.
taking a while to recover we headed out for dinner in a swing (why
not?) at a ...
... storms differently from the rest of the world). We didn't get the worst of it, but Mindanao was hit pretty hard - that's where most of the fatalities are.
Basically, the storm brought massive amounts of rainfall, which brought severe flooding, and that's what's causing the problems. Hundreds are missing, homes destroyed and it's all incredibly incredibly sad - especially so close to Christmas, and ...