Tuesday, May 4, 2010

The Coron Odessey Comes to a Close

One of the greatest gifts in life are wonderful moments shared and experienced together with your closest friends. As much as I enjoy traveling by myself, I find it beneficial to make time and bond with my buddies. Our failed Tubbataha trip had a reason. It was a blessing in disguise. Had it not been for that horrendous experience Expedition Fleet treated us to, our group would not have bonded the way it did. And now, because of it, we have wonderful memories and a tight bond to draw from.  The Coron Odessey comes to a close.  Our patience were tested on more than one occasion and we even got on eachother's nerves, but at the end of the day, we had a wonderful time together.  The Philippines is truly a magnificent place. There are so many beautiful and scenic places to visit. Waters that vary from shades of aquamarine, emerald green to zephyr blue with white powder- soft sand, beautiful mountains and gorgeous mangrove trees dot along the waters of Coron. The White puffy, cotton candy-like clouds complete this magical scenery. I can't help but feel how truly blessed we are to have this at our backyard. Palawan will always be one of my favorite destinations. I never tire of visiting this island. 

The Ladies of the Mamburao Dive Group
Entrance to Barracuda Lake


Our Boat's 2nd Floor Deck

Stray Cumulus Cloud


Granite Mountains

Karl & Anna

Our Empty Diving Tanks



Steve & Tim


Our Dive Master



Coron Youth Club


Together we Jump. Yey! Team Mamburao!

Ahhhhh! Ice cold beer in the beach. Now that's life!


Island Sunset


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