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... clean compared to a lot of Asian cities. Eager to see the best of it, we took the advice of our hostel owners, who told us to go to the baywalk - a stretch by the sea where we could look out over the bay, shop for souvenirs and generally soak up island city life.
I took one look at the map and set out with my customary confidence in navigation. I had failed to spot the difference between "the baywalk" and "the baywalk extension", so turned off down the road and we ...
... the first couple of hours. We played cards and slept at the airport until our next flight at 10am. Next destination is Puerto Princesa City in Palawan.
Kuya Tyrone was able to find us a cheap place to stay within walking distance to everything. Were settled in for now for the next 7 days. Avery and Nia were great on the plane rides and didnt cause any issues. The whole family is awake and were just waiting for some fresh hot pandesal (filipino bread) to start our day. ...
... of ugly and creepy though. And there were so many people on our tour, it was hard to see. Bakers Hill kind of reminded me of Main Street in Disneyland, with all the shops and manicured lawns/plants. They had a really good bakery there though. We bought brownies, chocolate moist cake, and chocolate caramel cupcakes. And our tour guide bought some Filipino stuff for us to try. The first was called Monggo, which was a bean filled round pastry, and the second was called ...
... and doing nothing we did another island hopping tour and this time we saw even more fishes at our various stops including a lot of clown fishes hiding in sea anemones. What a privilege to see all this. Again the pictures tell more than we can describe here.
We spent our last day in El Nido reading, eating and relaxing. Despite getting more touristy El Nido and its islands is a fantastic place and a real highlight of our trip to the Philippines.
... town. Later we walked to dinner at Badjao Seafront Restaurant, which was a real treat raised on a wooden platform you walked through mangroves to get to. A lovely chilli prawn dinner later we tricycled home; the tricycles are a different style to Luzon being wider with a single bonnet like roof covering driver and passengers. Stayed at Soritas mansion, Puerto Princesa [T&J rating: ...