I actually arrived last night around 6:30pm. I intentionally did not do a scheduled post for yesterday as I planned to write a post when I get home, but geesh… I just can’t!!! I was too tired to think and even type! I ended up eating dinner, taking a bath, then going straight to bed. I did not even have the energy to open the television. It was a tiring vacation, but of course, relaxing at the same time. Hehehe! Well, tiring because we only stayed in Palawan for 3 days and 2 nights so we made the most out of our stay. The second day was literally swimming the entire day. I never thought it would be that exhausting. My legs wanted to give up! Hehehe! 🙂 Nevertheless, it was still relaxing to see the breathtaking sceneries of Coron, Palawan. If you have been following my blog, I never really go around the Philippines as my family would rather go out of the country. I have never seen my parents set their foot on a beach. They just don’t like it. It was only recently when I, together with my friends, tried to visit the far away beaches in the Philippines. When I say “far away beaches”, I’m talking about those places that need a plane ride from Manila since the nearby beaches like Batangas, Subic, etc. are just weekend getaways when my friends and I just feel like swimming. Hehehe! And so far, there are only two far away beaches that I have been to…as of now… Hehehe! 🙂 That is Boracay and now, Coron. And, I’m starting to enjoy it! It’s only now that I understand why Philippine tourism advertize the country as WOW Philippines! When I started to search for places to visit around the country, it really is WOW! 🙂 I never thought that there are such marvelous places here in the country. It’s only now that I appreciate how beautiful beaches are. As for Coron, I find the place a real paradise. The huge rock formations that I saw in other countries are actually here in the Philippines! I kept on appreciating the wonders in other countries thinking that there are no such places here, but while we were cruising the islands of Coron, I instantly thought of Taiwan and Guilin, China. I now believe that Philippines can actually compete with the marvelous natural sceneries in other countries. Coron is also a very intimate place, which adds to the relaxing feel, unlike Boracay which is already commercialized. Well, probably it will soon be like the Boracay of Palawan since the famous hotels in Bora, such as Two Seasons and Regency, plan to do business there. Hehehe! So this Palawan trip is so timing – just before everything in Coron would be expensive. 🙂 Anyway, I need to cut this short. More stories to tell about Coron, Palawan soon as I need to wake myself up to get back to work! Argh! So hard…. Hehehe! 🙂
Anyway, goodbye for now.
Lush Angel 🙂