Kokosnuss Garden Resort
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... with all the litter about, he found a bag and started to collect it all. A freelance photographer spotted him and asked if he could take photos and do an interview tomorrow, as people need to be educated. Got pizza and a few beers and chilled for the eve.
We were a bit disappointed with Coron, everyone we met told us how amazing it was..although maybe if it wasn't rainy season we would have stayed longer and seen more. Either way I'm glad we ...
... a roll of toilet paper.. Its just not available here in the " Comfort rooms" ( bathrooms) here.
Traveling here, is roughing it. Basically a step up from camping. You have to be able to handle the creatures sharing your space( you are actually sharing theirs) and you have to be patient, understanding, and not mind getting dirty. And yes, having a great sense of humor about it.
Today we had another tour scheduled. We were to go see and swim over an old ...
... in El Nido. Talking to other travellers when we arrived it turned out Roro had recently lost its license for carrying passengers because of an accident (most likely ours was the bus involved!) oops!
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We’d booked onto the tour last May following its great reviews and promotional video, it involves 5 days 4 nights sailing on a traditional banca boat from El Nido to Coron ...
... you. I got out after I was approached by a massive jellyfish. After a really good lunch of fish, somehow cooked in the one metre square kitchen in the back of the boat, we sailed off into the archipelago and away from the mainland. The scenery is really stunning; blue water, tiny, sandy islands, green foliage. It was like a scene out of Treasure Island or Robinson Crusoe. We were happily enjoying the scenery, and learning a ...
... There seem to be a lot of Korians and Taiwanese who have a strange relationship with water. They are very keen to do boat tours but are very frightened of water and not confident swimmers if they can swim at all. They are surgically attached to life jackets and in the water flail around with their orange vests in less that 6 inch depth. When they want to go snorkeling, some poor Filipino boat boy has to tie a rope around a flotation device and drag ...