After staying for 3 days in El Nido, I went up north to Coron. Been staying here for almost a week now.
So just like what I felt when I saw Coron for the first time five years ago, it didn’t disappoint. Here is another quickie.
Most people mistake this “most-photograph spot in Coron” for Kayangan Lake. No, this is Kayangan Lagoon, the entrance to the lake. Of course, my tour participants (Melvin, Ivy, Eena, Muriel and Alvin) won’t go home without a photo with this on the background..
I wasn’t able to check this out when I was in Coron last 2008-09, so I took the opportunity to explore what’s inside. This is the Skeleton wreck. They said it was freaky down there, but I saw incredible marine life coming out of the rusty skeleton shipwreck.
Last would be the sunset as viewed from Mt. Tapyas. This hill would always be part of your Coron experience.
Coordinates: 12°04’38.06″ N 120°11’18.49″ E
Date: January 25-28
Quickie Section is my shortest blog feature where I just post 3 photos with a short caption or a snippet. Made especially for those who don’t want to read.