Mt. Tapyas Hotel
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Christisantiago stayed here on Feb 28, 2015 during their trip titled: Coron 2015.
... deeper, to around 30m, we reached the thermoclines. The range went from 28-38°C, and it was physically possible to see where the thermoclines were. Swimming through the thermoclines was a big blur. It was a strange sensation, and at some points the heat became unbearable, and I just wanted to be back in the cooler water. The bottom of the lake was covered in volcanic ash, and our guide decided to head dive into it! It was bazaar and so funny to watch, as his entire head ...
... views over the mountain islands surrounding the bay are mesmerising. Its like a framed picture that changes constantly.
I’ve come to Coron for both more island hopping and diving. Around this island region there are many WWII ship wrecks and I spend a day diving through them (very cool). I also dive in a lake that is 70% fresh water, 30% seawater. The top 10-15 metres the water is very cold and then you see a very distinct line in the water and below that ...
Let’s completely wing it the whole way. What could go wrong?
Last July, Cebu Pacific Airlines had an annual sale on flights and Sophie and I bought super cheap tickets to the Philippines on a whim for a two week trip in March 2014. Sophie had already been to the most popular destination in the Philippines, Boracay, so we decided to go to Palawan, a region described as “Philippines last ...
Dumaguete & Turtles
It's been a busy last few weeks since we last blogged. We left off in Dumaguete in the central Visayas area of the Philippines. We had a bit of time to explore the city but it was also our gateway to Apo Island – the home of lots of turtles! We took a day trip over to the island with Liquid Dive centre and stopped at a few sights to snorkel. It wasn’t long until we saw our first turtles and were lucky enough to ...