With a few hours more to spare, we had brunch at Binalot tong Daon. We had difficulty reaching the place since it's located far from view, behind the commercial complex at the baywalk, but with a few questions from locals, we were able to find the place (at the back of Caffe Camo near Lualhati Park). I'm always a sucker for everything binalot (as with most filipinos) and their Lechon Kawali is a must-try.
|Binalot tong Daon's Lechon Kawali|
Binalot tong Daon was used to be located somewhere in the town proper but as the owner Alvin Gabilla mentioned, the new complex near the baywalk was too tempting of an offer that they had to relocate. Problem is, the commercial complex was good but Binalot tong Daon was located at the back, hidden from the view of tourists enjoying the scenic islands. Alvin was also kind enough to share tips on how to explore Coron DIY style, island hopping as the locals do.
Reaching the top was well worth the steps.
|at the top of Mt. Tapyas|
Tricycle to Culion Port: Php8
Culion Terminal fee: Php20
Ferry back to Coron: Php180
Triciycle from Coron Port to Town: Php10
Brunch (Binalot tong Daon): Php86
Snack (WJS Kainan sa Coron): Php70
Van Transfer to Busuanga Airport: Php150
Fourth Day TOTAL: Php524
Entire Coron Trip TOTAL: Php6,360.88
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