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.
... Oh, you soooo cute!” as she passed.
little later we climbed aboard a rickety bus and headed back to
Dumaguete through stunning, mountain fringed paddy fields. We left
the bus at Sibulan and headed to the wharf to check if the boats
would be running as normal for our planned journey across to Cebu on
Good Friday. The good news was that they were, although only up to
1pm. A jeepney ride later and we were back in Dumaguete once ...
... why these seats were free as clouds of baking hot exhaust
fumes filtered through the gap between the driver's cab and the
stop everywhere, even if the previous stop was only a few metres
before, stretching out a simple journey endlessly. The driver is
alerted of the need to stop by passengers tapping on the metalwork
with coins, echoed by the other passengers knocking on the glass
partition behind the driver. Just ...
... s a vibrant youth atmosphere, lots of culture, and a general buzz about the place. Very pretty, and very cool.
Slowly but surely we managed to get Simon back into the land of the living. He still wasn't in any fit shape to attempt scuba diving, but we did manage to do a bit of exploring. We found the belltower, and while schlepping along Rizal Boulevard (the premier highlight of Dumaguete), wefound some kickass spaghetti. ...
... laugh with his stories the entire day. It was funny because at one point he should have been getting ready to dive but was way to busy telling us a story about his travels. So we got onto the boat and headed south for about 45 mins to Apo island. It’s an island that is protected because of its large reef. The snorkeling there is awesome and I can’t even have imagined the diving. We started on the side that the town was on because it was a spot where the turtles hung out. ...