We are planning to take our breakfast here, as insisted by me to my friend who booked us to Rudy's Lodge.
Interesting list below. You will see prices going to El Nido or Mindoro. This is the port where travelers all go to get to the beautiful islands around Coron. Ask the boatmen for the prices as it varies widely depending on where to go to and how many people you are with on the boat.
We're pretty above sea level from here which means we will have to climb up stairs which are made from rocks. The climb is quite manageable from the physical training we got yesterday going to the peak of Mount Tapyas. :)
Where else, it is the famous rock and background. You haven't been to Coron without taking pose and have a picture taken.
Seriously, this is during the month of February and it's quite crowded despite being one of the first groups to get here.
Coron Tip: Be early, please. Ask the "port" people a day before on how to.
I thought I'd see enterprising fishermen with goods on their boats. This was just two men, coincidentally passing by our stationary boat in Twin Peaks.
This was taken at 11:34 AM which means......lunch is near. hehe.
Anyway, he go that black Sea Urchin with his bare hands. He got two while the European got one using a knife he struck into it.
Of course, I got nothing with my life vest and exceptional swimming. Hehe.
Unfortunately again, it is high tide wherein we would not be able to take a "balsa" float to get underneath a rock formation which is a way to the lake without getting yourself wet.
I can't find the video in Youtube where some tourists were able to. I'll just update this post when I find it.
Anyways, a climb through very narrow stairs would eventually get you to the lake. Expect heavy traffic of people eager to get it and out of the said lake.
Us going back to town proper after all the day's adventure. I forgot to mention to bring towels as you will get wet and dried repeatedly throughout this day of island hopping.
Interesting shot which includes Mang Rudy, the lodge owner.
Can't find him? He's the driver of the vehicle at 86 years old!
Like them, we're going back to the lodge.
We went to Sea Divers, in the hope of seeing the foreigners there and at the same time eat reasonably priced food.
We found a bar adjacent it with a pool table, cable tv, and nice set of music. The drinks are on with our European friend with a budget of 1000 pesos as it was only his cash left.
Around 2 AM, the foreign guys weren't satisfied and wanted to continue drinking elsewhere.
It was a sight especially with the ladies in our group. We just had bottles of San Mig Lights for each then left the place after downing them.
All of us peed in public while going back, it was dark and there's no one out there anyway.
This is one hell of a day! Thank you God and goodnight Coron.
You need help to get here in Coron?
One friend with me here is a travel agent at CNM Travel and Tours. They're the only agency that allow you to travel now and pay in a 6 month term at "zero" interest.
Go here at CNM's website to get their numbers and look for Khrizia regarding your inquiries.