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.
... by sightings of a ghastly floating body with no legs. Another popular tale is the murder of an elderly faith healer when her child subject (supposedly possessed) died in a ritual gone wryly. I think these are all ploys to scare visitors and developers away from Siquijor so that it will not be *******ised into a party island like Boracay. So clever. I realised only a few days later when I wrote this diary entry that my room at Casa Merinda had no mirrors at all. How ...
... found out, by people bellowing up and down the corridor at 6am.
There was even internet – phew!
headed out early, the streets slightly quieter than usual, and with
some difficulty found a jeepney to Valencia, a small town near the
mountains. It only took fifteen minutes to get there, travelling
through beautiful tree lined streets, crucifixion poster boards
surrounded by piles of flowers and a few NGO buildings.
overlooking the beach. It was so nice that I pretended not to notice
the huge, furry spider that scuttled out of sight as we entered the
room, although my bags remained firmly zipped up!
islanders are trying really hard to maintain their beautiful home and
minimise the damage from tourism so electricity is limited and water
even more so. Each room in the resort has a large barrel of water to
be used throughout the stay with no ...
... so as it's hit a country which is already very very poor. One of the guys who works at the hotel had his home completely swept away in the floods, a home he'd built with a loan and his entire life savings. It's horrible.
The good news though is that Simon and I are both ok. We've been holed up in our hotel, ordering Shakey's Pizza (natch), drinking bucketloads of San Mig Light, and downloading as ...