Dive Link Coron Adventure Island Resort
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... wreck diving as it has lots of sunken Japanese Gunboats, warships, cargo ships that were sunk on 24 September 1944 by fighters and dive bombers of the US Navy strike force. About 24 Japanese supply ships had tried to hide among the islands in an effort to evade attack but were all sunk.
We sailed out of the harbour for about an hour, enjoying the views, before we stopped for our first dive on the Teru Kaze Maru wreck ...
... walk from the beach, and Chris even managed to be the only person on the beach for a quick photo opportunity. We then made our way around to the Floating cottages. Small bamboo shelters, floating out at sea, and some absolutely incredible snorkelling. The water was crystal clear and the corals were so captivating. The colours were incredible. We even had our picture taken with Nemo! Amazed by the snorkelling, we reluctantly clambered back onto the boat to head to our final ...
... to get some renewed perspective. The scenes of devastation are very confronting. People had such little chance for survival. Its impossible to really comprehend the magnitude of devastation.
The latest report I read on the outcome of the 'seemingly' insignificant Cebu typhoon was - "Tropical Storm Seniang made landfall on the Philippines' main southern island of Mindanao on 29 Dec 2014 and then crossed to the central islands, causing floods and landslides. The ...
... clubhouse, restaurant and the pool are all a few meters away.
... br> Our next stops included coral gardens, which is a great snorkeling spot, sadly being damaged in the recent typhoon. Then a private island with squeaky white sand and crystal blue water to enjoy once again our bbq lunch cooked just for us by our boat captain on the back of his boat. Today i had red snapper, my fish looking more like a Barracuda staring back at me with his teeth ready to take a bite out of his prey.
Most of the fish here is gutted, and ...