Mt. Tapyas Hotel
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Christisantiago stayed here on Feb 28, 2015 during their trip titled: Coron 2015.
... outrigger) and rowed around the place while others were busy snorkeling. Only darkness forced us to leave.
We spent the night in Gran Vista, a unique resort of native design Filipino huts, using only native materials (bamboo mat sidings, wooden slab and bamboo floorings, nipa grass roof). We slept in one of the huts, with a grand view of Coron bay. It was open on all sides and at night bamboo curtains were rolled down to protect us from the elements yet allow the ...
... were lightning fast. They spit water out at their prey and can spit so high, it actually reached the ceiling of the restaurant.
The snorkeling was ok but there were plenty of stinging things around, which I later found out were probably sea lice. Phil went for the 3 dives and I rested my foot most of the time. We took a canoe out to a tiny island to explore and when we came back it was difficult to get in to shore as the tide was really low and there was coral everywhere. At ...
... 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 ...
... feast, coconut rum cocktails, and the most picturesque island paradise you could ever imagine.
We visited one island with a very remote village. I don't think they get to see too many white people. When our guide asked if I could take a photo all the kids scattered and ran away. The following night we pitched tents and slept on the beach. The crew were real fisherman and pulled whatever would fetch them a couple dollars out of the ocean - incl. 2 cuttlefish, a ...