Finally made it back to Coron. After four years, the town has seen some addition of new concrete building (nothing too high), and an extended harbour. The ubiquitous zipline also makes an appearance.
Still, the town still looks and feel the same. Even the drive to Maquinit Hot Springs is the rough and bumpy ride it was back then.
Instead of doing the Coron island hopping tour, I opted for the farther Malcapuya, Banana and Bulog Islands. Coron may be a snorkelling and diving haven, but I have a preference for just chilling at the beach. It was also great to know that visitors have the option to camp there, as oppose to staying in town.
Our accommodation is vastly different from where we stayed at before. Though staying n a cottage on stilts over the water is an experience you don’t easily forget, it’s also great to stay somewhere more comfortable and familiar. Not to mention having real doors in the toilet and running water.