Coron was just over the weekend, so we only got 3 days to see the place. The first day was a chill day. We climb the overlooking Topias hill even if it was cloudy and drizzling. At the top, i imagined mapping the area and identifying where to go next. The breeze was cold and the air was fresh while my eyes held a grasp over the town. Felt like the energy consumed was replenished by the suiting air.
The hot spring was an impeccable place while approaching the night. It took us several minutes via tricycle to a large, medium heated pool. The mangroves that surrounds the pool was a perfect wall. Wading on the water summed up the day.
There was so much to explore in this island but the second day was the most hectic. We had an island hopping on our own, which means we were not on a package tour. We rented the boat and decided where to go so we got to choose the best.
Siete pecados, derived from seven islands around the area but according to rita pecados means sin. Must be a wrong interpretation of seven islands. It was said to be the best snorkling area in Coron.
It seemed like a snorkling activity all day. Got to drop by at a shipwreck remnant. Fishes were under, colorful, medium sized and were easily enticed with food. Good thing fish feeding was tolerated. There was no need to dive deep, the shipwreck was visible even from the boat.