Beach 91
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baroom
By baroom
Lunch stop, kayaking, crystal kayak photo shoot
5.0 of 5 bubblesMay 2023
This was fourth in the day's itinerary and the designated lunch stop during our Joiners Coron Island Super Ultimate Tour (P1850/person) with Calamian Islands Travel and Tours. We arrived around 12:40PM on Wed, May 17, and several tour boats were already docked here. We all had to use another boat as pedestrian bridge in order to disembark. Our tour group occupied one picnic hut where the boat crew decked out a buffet spread consisting of grilled "tulingan" (bullet tuna), grilled chicken, "chop suey" (stir-fried vegetables), sauteed shrimps, eggplant salad, "ensaladang lato" (seaweed salad), steamed rice, cut fruits and bottles of cold water. Beach 91 has several elevated open picnic huts by the beach, a couple of huts built on stilts with a wooden boardwalk in between, all of them buffered in the rear by rocky cliffs. The small beach has a short and narrow expanse of white sand and clean, crystal clear waters. There are no toilet facilities. After lunch, we were informed that we could go kayaking and our rental crystal kayak (P1500 for 3 people) was already brought to shore. While we got ready with hats and sunglasses, one of our two seniors (mid-70s) went in the shallow water while the other stayed in the shade of the hut. The crew helped us enter the kayak, handed us two paddles and gave pointers on how to stay balanced. This proved to be a challenge for us as it was our first time using a three-person kayak. We awkwardly paddled away from the beach, with the cliffs to our right. I should mention that my husband and my son did the paddling while I just sat in the middle of the kayak. When we returned to the beach 10 mins later, our guide Del told us that from afar our kayak looked like it might tip over because our weight wasn't distributed evenly. He then invited me back in the crystal kayak for a photo shoot. This was accomplished very quickly and efficiently--Del even taught me how to pose like a model. Unfortunately when we got back to shore, it was already time to return to the boat. I should have thought about taking photos of Beach 91 immediately upon arrival.

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baroom
Mississauga, Canada2,835 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023
This was fourth in the day's itinerary and the designated lunch stop during our Joiners Coron Island Super Ultimate Tour (P1850/person) with Calamian Islands Travel and Tours. We arrived around 12:40PM on Wed, May 17, and several tour boats were already docked here. We all had to use another boat as pedestrian bridge in order to disembark. Our tour group occupied one picnic hut where the boat crew decked out a buffet spread consisting of grilled "tulingan" (bullet tuna), grilled chicken, "chop suey" (stir-fried vegetables), sauteed shrimps, eggplant salad, "ensaladang lato" (seaweed salad), steamed rice, cut fruits and bottles of cold water.

Beach 91 has several elevated open picnic huts by the beach, a couple of huts built on stilts with a wooden boardwalk in between, all of them buffered in the rear by rocky cliffs. The small beach has a short and narrow expanse of white sand and clean, crystal clear waters. There are no toilet facilities.

After lunch, we were informed that we could go kayaking and our rental crystal kayak (P1500 for 3 people) was already brought to shore. While we got ready with hats and sunglasses, one of our two seniors (mid-70s) went in the shallow water while the other stayed in the shade of the hut. The crew helped us enter the kayak, handed us two paddles and gave pointers on how to stay balanced. This proved to be a challenge for us as it was our first time using a three-person kayak. We awkwardly paddled away from the beach, with the cliffs to our right. I should mention that my husband and my son did the paddling while I just sat in the middle of the kayak. When we returned to the beach 10 mins later, our guide Del told us that from afar our kayak looked like it might tip over because our weight wasn't distributed evenly. He then invited me back in the crystal kayak for a photo shoot. This was accomplished very quickly and efficiently--Del even taught me how to pose like a model. Unfortunately when we got back to shore, it was already time to return to the boat. I should have thought about taking photos of Beach 91 immediately upon arrival.
Written 26 August 2023
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