Saturday, September 29, 2012

Coron Part 3

Who said my Coron experience ended on Part 2?

A day tour in two of the best islands and great views I've seen so far and one of the many reasons why I love Coron.
From the port, it took us an hour boat ride to get to Banana Island. Even if the waves were really strong and the ride was a bit scary, I was asleep the whole time. Our boat man said it was safe and so I slept peacefully though when I woke up, I was partially wet because of the sea water.

This was what greeted us as our boat docked.
Cream colored powdery sand, different shades of blue and a gorgeous view. With the smile of the sun, everything was luminous. By far . .  my favorite island.

Banana Island

It is located in Bulalacao, Coron and it got its name because it is a shape of a banana on aerial view.

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The view is just relaxing to look at.
banana island

What to do here?
1. Emote
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2. Lie on a hammock and wait for a coconut to fall hahaha
No coconut fell (thank God)
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3. Jumpshot

. . . and more jumpshots.

4. Climb a coconut tree

5. Eat
We went to the market at Coron town before the tour and just had the boat men cook our food

6. Photo shoot

You can also stay overnight which will cost you PhP200 each per night. Take note that there are only cottages available and no electricity.

Our next stop was at Malcapuya Island which was just a few minutes boat ride from Banana Island
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It was late in the afternoon when we got here and the sun was all out smile.
With Gab and Melai.

A couple of steps going up the view deck and once again, Coron did not fail to amaze us. 
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I can live here and never get tired of this gorgeous place.
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Oh yes, there will always be a jumpshot though not too much effort on this because it was scorching hot.
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Our two travel buds, Gab and Melai were the only ones who went to explore the surf. The rest of us agreed that our skin had enough so we just stayed at the sand and away from the sun . . . and enjoyed our fresh buko juice for PhP50 and that Lala fish cracker on Ayoy's head hehehe

I had a photo with two French tourist hunks which I just did because of Gab and Melai. While they both were looking for the fishes in the water, I had my catch on land.


If you wish to visit my earlier posts on Coron, click on the link below.

For sure there'll be more . . . 

*some photos are courtesy of Ayoy Dilla and Robert Chando



mukhang mgnda yung huli na pic na something u must do sa coron ...daming hunks!

whoa! makapag-check na nga ng promo sa eroplano at makapaghanap din ng mga french guys, pero what if mag-jowa 'yang dalawa na 'yan? haha

Girl, feeling ko rin hinde nila ako type hahaha kase makaposing sa camera mas malandi pa sa akin!hahahaha sayang ang genes!!!

Look at the beach shorts...floral and very colorful!!!

hahaha. natawa ako sa floral shorts! ;p

at pumo-polka dots yung isa! :) hihi

basta may duyan ok na ako hahaha makakapahinga na ako.

2 hunks together on a beach... #alamNa

Thirdy - LOL...una hinde ko pinansin yung thought na yun then napaisip ako sa beach shorts! ;P

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