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Coron Town | All You Need To Know

Coron Town might seem like a small sleepy province village to you but you would be surprised how much there is to do… When you first arrive in Coron and settle into your hotel or backpackers, it’s a good idea to explore the town before you start any island-hopping tours or excursions. One thing you learn in the Philippines… No matter where you go, there is always traffic! And Coron Town was no exception… There is no SM, Robinson or mall as such to head for in the town proper but there are food shops around town and a market near Lualhati park and the harbor. This is where we picked up some aqua-shoes and a waterproof carry bag.

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Coron Island Hopping Tour | Ultimate Tour 7 Islands In One Day Review

Coron island hopping tour – The good, the bad and the ugly of the Ultimate Tour…

Coron is, indeed a paradise we all should experience at least once in our lives. From it’s turquoise waters to it’s towering limestone formations, white sand beaches, shipwrecks, and underwater gardens, Coron has something for everyone. We recently went on the “Coron Ultimate Tour – 7 Islands in One Day” so let’s find out if it was worth the money…

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Picnic Grove Tagaytay Revisited and Reviewed

Picnic Grove Tagaytay, one of the great picnic locations near Taal Lake that has always been very popular. Is it as good as it used to be? Read on to see… For a great view, ride the new Ferris wheel that is at the entrance of the Grove. After we paid the entrance fee, we stopped to buy some Strawberry Taho from one of the vendors. It was then we noticed there was no queue on the Ferris wheel so we gave it a try. Nice ride with great views…

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People’s Park Tagaytay Must Read Review

People’s Park Tagaytay is neglected, run-down and was abandoned before completion… So what is it about the place that keeps people coming back? Read on to see…

After being dropped at the front entry gate, we paid our entry fee and made our way up the hill. The original designers had grand plans for this site but the years have not been kind. Still, the view is awesome…

Originally called the “Palace in the Sky”, the Park (People’s Park In The Sky) started being built in 1979 under Marcos.