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Anvaya

Written By: Kaloy - Jun• 11•10

Anvaya010 cove is the latest project of the Ayala land Incorporated located in the secluded cove of Morong, Bataan. Anvaya is the perfect location for a family getaway. (more…) Anvaya

Duka Bay

Written By: Kaloy - May• 30•10

Located 286_ejust 2 hours away from the city of golden friendship, Cagayan de Oro, the gateway to Mindanao, Duka Bay lies just on the coast of the barangay of Medina, Misamis Oriental. Accommodations are quite affordable, the prices ranging from P2260.00 to P3610.00 per Villa. Although the price is for two persons, most Villas have two large beds and can comfortably accommodate four people. (more…) Duka Bay

Peace Vase

Written By: Kaloy - May• 02•10

In _MG_0309_e1991 the peace vase project was born. 6200 small little yellow vase were created by the Dalai Lama of Tibet. These vases would contain prayers, special herbs and blessed in the holiest of ceremonies all in the purpose of placing them around the globe in the most war torn and pristine sites around the globe. Not to be left out the Filipino people was given several peace vases to be placed around the country. One of w/c our team from Bluewater inc. was given the chance to deploy of the coast of Batangas near Ligpo point, beside Diver’s Sanctuary. (more…) Peace Vase

Maquinit Hot Springs

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 29•10

It736_e is always fun to push back and relax. And there is no way better than to go and relax by a hot water spring under a full moon night. The water is soothing to the senses with a constant temperature of 33 C – 34 C. Maquinit hot springs would usually take a P300.00 tricycle ride from the town of Coron and would take about 30 min to get to the site. (more…) Maquinit Hot Springs

Siete Picados

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 29•10

Seven 678peeks named after the seven daughters of one of the leaders of the island Coron is seen jutting up from the depths of the ocean floor making a small scale caldera. Now this place is protected by the local barangay as a Marine Protected Area (MPA). This is now one of the best dive spots in the area. (more…) Siete Picados

Skeleton Wreck

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 28•10

Coron 075Island
50 ft / 15 mt
Another gunboat that is reachable by snorkelling. All you will see are the ribs of the ship that once served as both Kamikaze boats and anti air gun boats for the Japanese Imperial Navy. Since the wreck is found along the Coast of Coron Island you will have to pay the caretaker P100.00 per person to dive the wreck. (more…) Skeleton Wreck

Lusong Wreck

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 28•10

Lusong 628Sound
30 ft / 10 mt
Lusong wreck is one unnamed gunboat, which rest on a shallow reef at the edge of Lusong sound were it was named after. The wreck is shallow enough to snorkel on a single breath as parts of the hull are exposed during low tide. The surrounding coral reef however is around 40 ft / 12 mt. (more…) Lusong Wreck

Kogyo Maru

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 28•10

Lusong 096Sound
80 ft / 24 mt
The Kogyo maru once was a cargo vessel for the Japanese Imperial Navy, carrying spare parts and equipments to support the war effort. She now lies on her port side along the sandy bottom of Lusong sound. Kogyo is quite easy to dive and fun to explore. (more…) Kogyo Maru

Irako Maru

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 28•10

Lusong 063Sound
120 ft /40 mt
The mighty ship of the the Irako is not for the basic diver, the depth she is resting is deep! Beware of Nitrogen narcosis and disorientation, the top is around 60 ft / 18mt from the surface. You descend from the anchor line of your boat to reach this point. From there you make your way down the mast to the opening that once covered the decks. This is around 100 ft / 30 mt of water. (more…) Irako Maru

Diving the Japanese Imperial Navy

Written By: Kaloy - Apr• 28•10

It 106is the 24th day of September 1944, the world is at war. A soft breeze blows west ward, moving the waves across the bow of the many ships docked on the calm waters of Coron Bay. Seamen clean their guns in the morning light filling them with ammunition and oil. Some crew participate in the predawn calisthenics while others prepare for a meal to start the day, all under the flag of the Japanese imperial navy. (more…) Diving the Japanese Imperial Navy

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