Coral Bay Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TRANSPORTATION. Instead of going to the ticketing office, we humbly asked Kiko to book us our land trip to El Nido through the famous van service,Fort Wally for P700 per head. We again requested the hotel staff to prepare our breakfast early.
The Fort Wally van picked us up in the hotel at 0730H and a short stop at Hibiscus Hotel to pick three …
COMBINED TOUR. We will be staying in El Nido for two days only, so we decided to do a private island tour. I met a tour operator and we agreed with P4,500 payment for a combined tour of A and C. It sounds expensive for a single payee but my expectations weighted more than money.
The TOUR A for a joining guest costs P700 per head while the TOUR …
... Waterfalls turned out to be very easy. We just headed to the river and then walked upstream. We actually had to cross the same river several times but the water level was very low and the current wasn´t strong at all, therefore we could make it despite wearing flip-flops. On the way to the waterfalls we met a local guy struggling with a big cow (no clue what he was doing there) and he confirmed we were taking the right path. Halfway to the waterfalls we saw the first sign ...
... Front). Now, some of you guys out there may know that this acronym is used on the internet for something else. And, to be honest, one of the reasons I'm here is because of wanting to tell you about the name. Google it if you like. Funny.
So, after a ongoing campaign between the radical Muslims and the Philippines government, a ceasefire is in place and the Muslims have their own autonomous region. So basically, Mindanao is safe as long as you don't go to the Muslim region. Mind ...
... lime stone cliffs shooting out from the water , lined with powder white beaches. Its hard to amagine that all of the people that live here have no idea what beauty thay are bliessed with every day. This is all they know. Many not ever visiting some of the towns we had stopped by on our short three week journey .The locals are very hard working, living in simple shacks, with many children, and animals to feed, work never ends. The main religion here ...