Travel Blogs from Coron
... up while all the big city services are available. Ginenne hung back and explored the famous underground river in Puerto.
Sitting here in the Internet cafe at a glass patio table, the umbrella twitched just a bit and started to fall over. Because there was no base, the weight of the umbrella was supported by the the table top (glass) which gave way and exploded into millions of shards! Caused a bit of a scene to say the least. Luckily no real collateral injuries on my part. ...
... our place. Great price.. Once again, we leave from right from our dock, our own boat , two boat guys who are the boat captain, anchor man, tour guide and cook( we get lunch cooked for us on the beach) all for the incredible price of $26 each.
We were to go on 5 stops around the famous Coron island. Is this the place I've heard about? The first stop was a small snorkeling area at the small five islands.. Pretty! But this isn't it. Next we started sailing closer to the ...
... give us a show. He did sing a few numbers for us on karaoke night though. That’s right, the Philippines is no different to any other Asian country that loves their karaoke. We were all a bit shy at first but warmed up as the evening went on. Sherilyn did her bit by requesting some Roxette and Barbie Girl for the Swedish and Danish explorers. She was not very popular at the time but once they got going, they loved it. Fortunately, this was after we had played ...
... of white sand, with huge conch shells and twisted bits of coral washed up along the shore and hammocks hanging between trees. And as we sat there watching the sun set and drinking rum cocktails it was pretty unbelievable. To make things even better there were two kittens and two dogs that lived on the beach. The kittens were the cutest, naughtiest little beach cats you've ever seen. One of them in particular really took to Ad ...
... run, good food, clean room with air con and central. We headed to the No Name bar for a snack. I managed to stomach half a plate of nachos. We then went to bed and slept like a log!
Like El Nido, the electricity was very limited and only turned on late afternoon and cut out at 6am. There were also 'brown outs' randomly, even after 2pm. On the first day, we decided to explore until the electricity was back and we could get onto the internet. We walked through the town, down to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrystal Lodge Coron
I divided one bungalow with another backpacker friend and the experience was really nice.
The bungalow was spacious (2 floors) and cute.
It did not include the breakfast (that was a pity).
The owners were friendly and the price was good.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.