We arrived at Busuanga Airport in Palawan at around past 10 in the morning.
We got tour/accommodation package so we had someone to pick us up from the airport.
Then off to the islands!!!
|The boat is sinking! Ang bibigat nyo!|
1st Stop. KAYANGAN LAKE.
|Ernie Baron wannabe|
|Life vest is a must as coast guards roam around|
After an exhausting hike... this is what you're going to see....
2nd Stop. ATUWAYAN BEACH.
Atuwayan Beach is just a small strip of beach in Coron. The sand is white and fine, the water is so clear that you can actually encounter school of small fish swimming with you even at the shallow part of the sea. What I liked about this place is that it's secluded, quiet but not that far from other tourist spots like the ship wreck and Kayangan Lake (just a few minute boat ride -- it kills me everytime I go on a verrrrry long boat ride, I swear. It doesn't show but I hate the feeling of riding a small boat. :P )
Next Stop. TWIN LAGOON, SIETE PECADOS.
I'm not much of a diving/snorkeling person. I'm more into bumming around and enjoying the scenery, sun, sand and the sight of the sea. I prefer staying at a beautiful beach than playing with the fish under the sea.
Aside from the aforementioned fact about me, I got exhausted from our trekking at Kayangan Lake that's why after dipping a little, I decided to just stay at the boat and take photos of my friends enjoying under the sea and at the lagoon..
Dipping in Mt. Maquinit Hot Spring for me is the best way to end a day of tedious activities. The place offers pools of warm water, perfect for a soothing dip (I heard the temperature's around 39-40 degrees celsius). I even felt it washed off fatigue and provided even more relaxation for my body.
After that calming hot spring bathe, we went back to the lodge, had our dinner and had "fellowship" over bottles of Red Horse. Hehehe. :D