Palo Alto Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Simon writing... Henry, tally and i arrived back in the main town 'Puerto Princessa' after having a great trip exploring the island of Palawan on motorbike. We only had a couple of nights before flying onto our next destination. We decided to take Henry down to 'Badjao seafront restaurant' for a drink. Its a place Dave took us a few weeks previously, its a restaurant set on the water, and to get ...
... were loving this haha. Henry decided it would be brilliant to stand right on the edge of the rocks in his pants (and trademark hat) and get completly blasted in the face by huge waves! Was totally hilarious and Simon caught the perfect photo at just the right moment! All you can see is a couple of limbs in there haha! Despite the rain we had a great time but it was to move on to the next stop...port Barton further north. ...
... meeting that brought us together. I never imagined I would find myself falling so completely in love and proposing marriage on a Filipino island, but such is the way life emerges.
Our memorable first night would of course continue as we swam, and then journeyed to that city's famous Subterranean River. The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is a ...
Today we did our tour of the underground river, which is apparently one of the new 7 wonders of nature. It is about a 2 hour drive from Puerto Princesa and then a short longtail boat ride to the mouth of the river. Then you get in a little narrow boat which is paddled by your guide, and the tour of the river begins. It is very dark inside the caves but there is a big spotlight at the front of the boat and the guide points out rock formations, stalactites, stalagmites, ...
... a army of tourists is heading to it. As a result the local government decided that one needs a permit to visit the place – actually a good thing to limit the amount of tourists we thought. For sure the process of getting this permit is a whole different story at all.
The majority of the permits are taken up by travel agencies well in advance. Nevertheless there are one hundred tickets a day allotted to walk in tourists. So we had been ...