Water Forms

Swim Through The Contrasting Temperature Of Twin Lagoon’s Waters

Yua Dominguez
Yua Dominguez | Apr 10, 2017

Twin Lagoon in Coron, Palawan is separated by karst walls which divide the outer and inner lagoons. The lagoon if famous for its limestone rock formations that will surely please your eyes. 

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Swimming through the waters of Twin Lagoon will give you an amalgam of emotions. At first, the freezing cold jolts you awake, then the water temperature abruptly changes to unexpected warmth.  

You immediately steal a furtive glance at your companion in the water. To your surprise, she is looking at you suspiciously, almost accusingly too. Is it possible? Would she dare?

Then you both guffawed simultaneously and can’t help laughing, almost close to tears at the hilarity of the situation.

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Don’t worry. It is not what you think. No one peed in the waters. The phenomena is the effect of the coalition of both fresh and salt water which explains the sudden change in temperature, from freezing cold to very warm.

It is funny though. I still can’t get over it just like the identical beauty of the Twin Lagoon. 

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