There has been a slight delay with our manifesto but the tour guide entertained us by speaking english all the way because we had English tourists on board. I forgot his name but the guide said something like, "We're just waiting for the captain, Captain America." LMAO
First stop of our tour is at the CYC (Coron Youth Club) reef and beach.
Honestly, this is the first time that I've seen colorful fishes and corals while snorkeling. Pictures were taken by the tour guide since I cannot dive that deep, LOL. But what the effff, what an amazing view down there!
Sadly, motion sickness kicked in a few minutes after snorkeling which sucked big time! :(
I was seated beside the English couple who are currently based in Vietnam. According to them, Coron is one (if not) the best diving site they've ever been. Good to know! #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines
After Atuayan Beach, we went straight to the not so hidden area of Green Lagoon.
I was feeling a bit better when we got here. This was just few minutes before I jumped without my lifevest on. Kaloka, the water was soo deep (for me atleast, LOL). If I'm not mistaken it was probably 15-20 ft. deep.
I felt nauseous once more so I got out of the water and just took this photo of Isha who snorkeled while sitting on the boat's ladder. How lame right? Haha. She's scared of the water.
Our last stop for the tour is Kayangan Lake.
We had to hike (150 steps going up and another 150 going down) in order to get to the actual lake. This might be my favorite part of the tour. I have this hidden lust for mountain climbing, it's been years since I did something like this. ;)
Here's the obligatory tourist shot upon getting on top of the hill. That tree on my left is freaking annoying. Anyway, the view of Kayangan island cove reminded me of Vietnam's Halong Bay. Ganda! ;)
Another 150 steps down and you'll see Kayangan Lake.
Two thumbs up for Coron!