Dive Link Coron Adventure Island Resort
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... into a low pressure area on 31 Dec and exited the Philippines on 2 Jan 2015. More than 578,000 people had been affected and 66 deaths had been reported; 610 houses were destroyed and almost 2,700 were damaged. As of 10 Jan, more than 7,000 people were still staying in 92 evacuation centres. (Govt, 10 Jan 2014)."
I cant imagine what living through typhoon Haiyan would have been like.....
Day two I head out to try and find other accommodation and I ...
... in colony at the brink of dusk.
As we get to our cabana a lady with her foot scrub accouterments is waiting outside. Her quick complimentary foot wash/scrub is a spanking way of getting rid of the sand from our feet. The surprise didnt end there, lying on the table inside is a sweet welcome treat from the
The room isn't luxurious nor astounding but daintily made up. Even the bathroom ...
After many hours spent in transport, buses, Jeepneys, tricycles, boats, ferries, and hiking up steps with our backpacks we made it to Coron. This was actually the one place that i knew very little about. But I heard.... It was amazing. They film a lot of movies around here. The scenes where the boats are sailing through the large limestone cliffs, surrounded by the turquoise blue water, with nothing but blue sky's reflecting On the water below.. silence and serenity. This place, ...
... generally have a few basic huts, that were either open on the side or were large and slept quite a few people. We would all settle in and then sit around the table drinking the local rum and pineapple juice. This is where we all really got to know each other a little better. There were shocked faces all around as Dennis told us that he was a drag queen in Berlin, known as Milly Magic. Unfortunately, as he was on holiday and didn’t have his kit with him, he ...
... gargantuan frogmen into the calm, warm waters below. Beneath the shimmering surface were a plethora of colorful corals and fish, and then we swam across the lake to discover the caves on the other side. It was indeed another world, a visually spectacular oceanic paradise that literally took our breath away, worth the 150 step climb each way.
Upon reentering our boat, always a cumbersome affair, we visited a variety of mini islands as it were, from ...