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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... Nowadays, it's about par for the course for our best meals to be eaten like this.
We had arrived in Puerto Princesa in the afternoon, following a flight from Manila (blog to follow after we go back there). This was all part of a convoluted journey to the remote beach towns on Palawan, so we only had an overnight stop in PP. It's a relaxed sort of city, without hustle and bustle but with a pleasant attitude. The council also strictly fines people for littering, so ...
... 4 or 5 kids between 3 and 5 years old playing with cardboard boxes they had found. They were using these cardboard like a sort of toboggan as they slid down the angled wall into the shallow water below. The kids looked like they were having the time of their lives. Just goes to show you the things we often take for granted are blessings to others.
On our way back, we made a stop at this mountain called Elephant cave. What made this place so special is that it was a stop on ...
We arrived in manila airport at 12am safely after 24hrs of flying across the globe. The flights were full of turbulence and food. Our first bump on our trip was early on at the detroit airport when Avery took a nose dive on the floor of the airport. After cleaning up a bloody nose, mouth and shirt we continued our journey.
After meeting up with my brother at the airport we all switched to a domestic terminal about 5 min away. We hung out at Jollibee across the ...
... bags. It's amazing how everything feels so much better when you think have luggage. On the tour we went to a cathedral (Church of Immaculate Conception), souvenir shopping, crocodile farm, and Bakers Hill. The souvenir shop was kind of lame but they had a lot of cashews (farmed locally) and dried mango. I also got a peach tea. It was interesting because they use a machine to seal plastic onto the lid instead of using a regular lid. The crocodile farm was ok- crocodiles ...
... of paradise.
The next day we were up for some island hopping – the main thing people do in El Nido. A small wooden boat brought us to a few outlying islands for snorkeling and swimming. It was just great - beside some hidden beaches, small lagoons and even a cave we saw a lot of fishes of all kind. It was really astonishing to see the abundance of sea life around the different reefs. What a great day!
After a lazy day of ...
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