Discovery Island Resort And Dive Center
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Waking up here in our cabin in Coron, has been much quieter than our other mornings. The sounds here are crickets, lots of boisterous birds, and geckos. A few of them are living inside with us. Christine discovered one rather large gecko ( lizard really) living behind a painting on her side of the bed. She wasn't happy about this and tried very …
... the officer handed us a ham and cheese sandwich and a bottled water at once. Towels were also distributed.
In less than 30 min the glistening island of Dimakya is already peeking, as we approach to dock the water gets immensely picturesque. The transfiguration of azure water to turquoise and finally to a pellucid water that does not turn cloudy even when one steps through is
already a testament ...
... explore the coral reef!
Much to Sophie’s delight, she is a natural scuba diver! Also to her delight, the licensed scuba diver, yours truly, frequently felt claustrophobic and started to breathe quickly, losing control and quickly ascending back to the surface. After we got our “sea legs”, we took the boat out to explore the East Tangat shipwreck!
Here’s a bit ...
... or something like that, it was going to be one of those days!!
I don't remember all of the islands names, first we stopped at Pomboton Reef (I think) this is easy to spot as the roof of the deck is a huge turtle. It was compulsory to wear a life jacket so I was rather happy, having never snorkelled before I was a bit scared( those of you who know me know I am not a water fan). There were a few other boat loads there so the sea was full of orange life jackets and snorkels!
... to a look out point across the bay. Lovely. The crystal clear water surrounding the green rocky island. This spot is apparently the most photographed spot in Coron! Carrying on down another set of rocky steps lead to Kayangan Lake. A brackish lake within the island. Again, this was beautiful. Surrounded by tall rocks - with small little caves leading off from the water. The water was warm, but surprisingly clear and housed loads of small crocodile needle fish - cute! Under ...