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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... person you love most! :) Ninoy and I both love to travel. Here are the places we have visited in the Philippines before we got married:
5. La Union
8. Puerto Princesa
9. Laiya, Batangas (Acuatico)
10. Puerto Galera (Buri Resort - where he proposed)
Outside the Philippines:
1. HK (twice, one ...
... was nice the only downside was the cold water, pale and dipper shower! Our favourite restaurant was really quirky, everyone walked around bare foot and you sat on a cushion on the floor to eat your meal, pretty cool. We also found out they are massive fans of pizza in the Philippines, so we're in our element (we've had 2 already). Local transport in the Philippines is the tricycle which is a motorbike with an attached metal side car ...
We got back to Puerto Princesa at around 4pm the day before our underground river trip. We checked into the little guest house that we had stayed in before and went off in search of some food. This would be a great place to mention how awful the food in The Philippines is! We had
high expectations on the food front. Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand all have amazing local street food options but The Philippines was very ...
... as being accepted everywhere doesn't apply in the Philippines) and maybe Visa would work. Sure enough. Cashed up we checked in to the first hotel which was less than £5 but required sharing a single bed. Not a great nights sleeps as a local Mardi Gras type festival meant there were fireworks and Christian rock bands blaring still after we got up. Minibus, Trike, Minibus, Jeepney and we arrived in Sabang (Puerto Princesca). Immediately we were jumped ...
... I did not bother correcting it.
We were asked to pick out helmets and life vests, reminded not to open our mouths lest we ingest bat poop, then, in groups of 8, we boarded small wooden boats to enter the world's longest navigable subterranean river (8.2km navigable), but not before the on-shore photographers yelled instructions at us to pose / wave / be wacky.
Inside, the cavernous space was really awe-inspiring, with lots of stalactites ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center