Princess of Coron
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... pretty rusty. I got my scuba diving license at St. Olaf and my only open water experience was in a dirty lake in Minnesota. Did I mention that it was snowing when I took my scuba diving final?
The first part of our lesson was a bit rough. It was so windy that Sophie and I kept floating away and poor Kevin had to keep corralling us like horses...or seahorses, I suppose. Finally we got the hang of it and went ...
... in El Nido. Talking to other travellers when we arrived it turned out Roro had recently lost its license for carrying passengers because of an accident (most likely ours was the bus involved!) oops!
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We’d booked onto the tour last May following its great reviews and promotional video, it involves 5 days 4 nights sailing on a traditional banca boat from El Nido to Coron ...
... love is coming in from friends and family which is wonderful.
The news says that the winds are the strongest ever recorded (sustained winds of just over 300kph) - and that they are also having to redefine the laws of physics.
It's dark now. The wind and rain seem heavier (although harder to tell because we can't see it - (but we can hear it!) In a way that might be a good thing!) We watched some of the news earlier, but had to stop because it ...
Both the city and island of Coron offer the tourist an array of splendour from the steep Mt Tapyas and the famous natural hot springs of Macquinit, to the beaches and lakes that surround the island of Coron. For our first two days, Oline and I did indeed climb mountains, snorkeled and swam our way around this fascinating part of the world.
Our day began with Mt Tapyas. Mount Tapyas is the second highest mountain in Coron town in the province of ...
... mall and they had the Hangover III showing that day so we popped in to book tickets. The mall was really good, it's called Robinson Place and looks quite new. There are some really good shops there and ofcourse plenty of food places.
Our main goal was to find Honda Bay, this was about 10KM out of Puerto and we passed Vietville on the way. We stopped for a drink at the Vietnamese Restaurant. The owner was a lovely man who became Martins favourite person when he served him the ...