Mt. Tapyas Hotel
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... throughout the wreck. We saw lots of the cookie Nudibranchs and even some Ornate Ghost Pipefish which were really cool.
Half an hour further on we stopped for our 2nd dive which was the Morazan Maru wreck, a 112 metre Japanese cargo ship. This ship was originally an English passenger cargo vessel that was captured in 1941 by the Imperial Japanese Navy and then used for their war efforts. She currently sits on her ...
... he decided to show off his skills, performing a back flip, from the 2 metre platform. They loved it! Back on the boat we were handed a refreshing fizzy drink and a sweet bread roll, before beginning the journey back to Coron town. Not enjoying our small, stuffy room at Zurich Pensionne, we moved hotels to 'Coron Vista Lodge', a newly opened hotel, a short walk out of the main town, but surrounded by local eateries and small shops. The room here was large, with tall ...
... a guesthouse where there is a lot of literature lying around the check-in desk. The owners are a brother and sister and immediately had me sit down and provide me with coffee and breakfast, and hugs of course. Originally from Manila, they came here for work after the husband had had several strokes and couldn’t do his normal work anymore. I got to learn a lot more about local life from them. Their house is also on the water but its concrete and is in good repair. ...
... not forewarned about their presence so when we went to the top to see the panoramic view of the island they were clamoring for a bite. And by the way Club Paradise is really living up to its name since not only is it a paradise for people but apparently for reptiles like the giant monitor lizard.
We had the biggest surprise that day while going down the hill when a big monitor lizard is crawling oblivious with our ...
... Walked up to the viewing platform behind the town on my last morning to whittle away a couple of hours and the views were fab. On the way up i met Dave & Dawn again, a great couple from London who had also been on the boat tour yesterday. Although no longer spring chickens they are still travelling the world and visiting amazing places – something i hope i am still doing at their ...