Nuovo Hotel Michelangelo

Address: Barangay Tagumpay, Coron, Palawan, 5316, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Barangay Tagumpay, Coron.
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    • Restaurant


    • Free High-Speed Internet
    • Wheelchair accessibility
    • Free parking
    • Pets allowed


    • Room service
    • Continental Breakfast

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    Travel Blogs from Coron

    Watch out for those teeth...They look pretty sharp

    A travel blog entry by elizacass on Mar 05, 2014

    24 photos

    ... Head , tail and all. Its a bit of work to pick the delicious white meat from it, being careful to not get any bones in your bites. And very interesting being glared at with those teeth staring back at you as you do. Sara D. Would have no problem doing this, but many would find it slightly barbaric.. I don't mind at all and have gotten very used to eating fish this way. If im ever stranded on a deserted island.. I will do just fine. I already gave up cable along time ...

    How long is the Boat Ride???

    A travel blog entry by elizacass on Mar 01, 2014

    34 photos

    ... before the boat finally went under. why not? there's no pregnant women or children on our boat to offer them to, and someone has to get them.
    Okay, so nothing happened luckily on our journey today to Coron. The water was as smooth as glass. We were served a simple lunch of stir-fried vegetables and rice with one piece of chicken as a garnish. Maybe not eating chicken on a long ferry boat ride with no refrigeration is a good ides anyways. Looking forward to more of those rewards in ...

    Hi from the Tao island hopping expedition

    A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Feb 19, 2014

    24 photos

    ... setting seemed a bit surreal. To add to that feeling, Jessie would then pick up her ukulele and start singing.

    In one of the camps we stayed at, we each had our own hut. There was no door and as you opened your eyes in the morning, all you saw was the sand, sea and palm trees. That was another wow moment.

    One of the Swedish guys, Tomas, was a professional gymnast. Both the crew and some of the other explorers had a great time trying to copy all ...

    Trouble in Paradise - Super Typhoon Yolanda

    A travel blog entry by junglebelle on Nov 08, 2013

    19 photos

    ... a power generator and a well so we have water and electricity. We feel very lucky for that.

    Chris went for a walk around the town. The building on the sea front that was being boarded up yesterday has lost all its boards and all of its windows are smashed. The inside looks like it was caught in a category 5 super typhoon! (Chris's words! :)

    It's good to see Julie's Bakeshop is open, with the usual queue of people buying bread and treats. The fruit market ...


    A travel blog entry by nic.slater on Sep 05, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... s the case now, but when he was at school, they didn't teach about evolution, only creationism. The Philippines is extremely Catholic and all the schools seem to be Catholic schools. I suppose this also explains why there are so many children and pregnant women everywhere. He was a really nice guy, but I was so shocked by questions and beliefs. After one of the best weeks I've had since travelling Jo and Sam left for Manila and I flew South to Puerto Princessa, the capital of ...