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... timber or concrete and built on the mainland or on stilts over the water. It reminds me a little of an island I was on near Semporna where you watch the rubbish and excrement wash out with the tide. Gross. Coron is not nearly half as bad as Semporna tho. But it was not easy going to the toilet here and waiting to see your deposits float along out to sea as you sit back and watch the sunset afterward. Its just wrong!!!!!!!!!!! Needless to say, it was difficult to perform ...
the last stop of our tour and a great place for snorkeling not very far
from the town. I really enjoyed snorkeling here but has to cut it short
because of the rain and incessant waves nevertheless the corals and
school of fish I encountered were such a delight to the eyes.
Coron it is imperative to always wear a ...
... and the local tourism association is doing its best to help organise stranded tourists.
It's funny, when you're in the typhoon you don't think beyond it. Now that it's past, the reality of the situation becomes clearer and you realise that getting through the typhoon is only just the start. I think today will be a tough day, but I know we'll get there, it'll just be slow progress.
Interesting satellite images: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-2486626 5
... local dishes as possible and we had had a few good adobo's and we finally found bicol express ( pork with coconut and chill's) on the last night, which was tasty but it's limited unless you love rice!
So our last night was spent at Clark, North of Manila. It was a long day travelling. We were taken to the airport on Palawan by the owner of the hotel. We checked in and then had to pay 40 peso each, airport fee. We flew to Manila and then got a taxi from the airport to ...
We had quite a day from hell today! Since we enjoyed our motorcycle ride in Bohol last week, we decided to bike around the island on Luis's last day today. The locals had informed us we would be riding through some dirt road, but we thought it just meant unpaved. We were not expecting a treacherous, rocky, steep, slippery gravel road that would be impossible for our rented 125cc bike. First of all, we started the day without eating breakfast or packing water like true ...