Travel Blogs from Palawan, Philippines

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Bye bye Malapascua, Hello Palawan!, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Bye bye Malapascua, Hello Palawan!

A travel blog entry by oshioshi

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... that to be so beautiful and priceless. We also made some other friends (aka cockroaches) that we had not yet encountered in the Philippines. It's true what they say about the roaches in the tropics - they are ginormous! Today we flew into an island of ...

What a piss take., Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

What a piss take.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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... options of getting back to Indonesia as cheaply as possible. Unfortunately however there are no boats/ferries that sail from the Philippines to Indonesia, and nor are there any direct cheap flights. Ludicrously in fact it’s cheaper to fly back to ...

Palawan, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Palawan

A travel blog entry by schwate

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Hello again, mein zweiter Eintrag fuer heute, bin gleich weiter nach Palawans Hauptstadt, Puerto Princesa geflogen. Der Flieger ging um 8:00, ich konnte zum Glueck schon um 3:00 einchecken, so dass ich meinen Rucksack los war:-) Das domestic Terminal ...

Silver Linings: Palawan, Palawan, Philippines travel blog

Silver Linings: Palawan

A travel blog entry by jojobee6

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... Juliet (everyone must read!) which is all about her life and struggle from growing up selling fruit on the beaches of the Philippines, to having a successful and fulfilling life in Canada.  So, I had the privilege of meeting all her family, seeing ...

Friendly and not so friendly., Quezon, Philippines travel blog

Friendly and not so friendly.

A travel blog entry by kyley

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The thing about Quezon is there are no other tourists.  This was the appeal initially, but got overwhelming a little quickly.  Everyone stares, they watch every single step I make, and everyone says hi and waves.  I shouldn't complain that ...

From Honda Bay, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

From Honda Bay

A travel blog entry by darlingandres

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Here are some pictures from the beaches in Puerto Princesa, Palawan.  We visited Cowrie Island and Pandan Island on separate occasions.  A lot of people recommended Pandan as the most popular place but we prefered Cowrie.  It was quieter, ...

Island hopping!!!, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Island hopping!!!

A travel blog entry by christine1982

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Nous reprenons la rte vers el nido THE place to be!!! Il faut reserver davance, cest la haute saison et cest quand meme le top 1 des iles a visiter selon national geographic rien de moins! Cest loin, dans la petite van je suis presque assise sur les ...

Descubriendo una de las maravillas naturales, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Descubriendo una de las maravillas naturales

A travel blog entry by clvillar

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... , con muy poca gente y exquisito paisaje…por fin mejora y mucho Filipinas!. Les cuento que la principal atracción en Palawan es el Río Subterráneo, eso porque ganaron un lugar dentro de la elección de las nuevas siete maravillas naturales del ...

La real maravilla de Filipinas, El Nido, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

La real maravilla de Filipinas, El Nido

A travel blog entry by clvillar

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Cuando llegamos a Filipinas, una de las primeras cosas que nos dijeron era que el pueblito de El Nido era de lo mejor…pues resulta que El Nido estaba a 6 horas desde Pto Princesa, así que agarramos una Van y nos fuimos directo hacia ...

maestro Palawan, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

maestro Palawan

A travel blog entry by angelita.lita

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Es el punto de entrada más común a la isla Palawan.   No hay mucho que hacer aqui salvo comer en sus restaurantes, entre los que hay uno donde ponen el pollo estilo filipino que está muy rico, otro que es alta cocina a precio barato: Le terrasse y ...

Wreck Diving Part Two, Coron Town, Philippines travel blog

Wreck Diving Part Two

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

We hadn't really wanted to dive again, although it was me who originally suggested the idea I had gone off it a little when I thought about my ear and any possible further complications. My ear was my only concern for once, when we got to the dive shop ...

8 Stunden Wackelboot, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

8 Stunden Wackelboot

A travel blog entry by marlene1

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A short and uneventful stay in Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

A short and uneventful stay in Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by kevandray

... a fairly useful tourist information office though, so we found out some information about how to get around Palawan, supposedly the last frontier of the Philippines. After the tourist office we went to Puerto Princesa beach, by far the worst stretch of ...

juste 22km pour sy rendre!!!!, San Vicente, Philippines travel blog

juste 22km pour sy rendre!!!!

A travel blog entry by christine1982

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bon matin!!! alors notre periple a puerto princesa sest termine hier. aujourdhui on prend la rte vers un ptit coin de paradis quon entend nouvellement parle : port barton. alors comme ca semble superrr proche on se dit quune journee va etre suffisant. on ...

El Nido snorkeling part II, El nido, Philippines travel blog

El Nido snorkeling part II

A travel blog entry by france_rejean

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Salut tout le monde Nous allons bien. Une nuit sans bruit mais l'odeur du nettoyant a ete tenace toute la nuit. On peut bien etre fatigue. Les nuits sont souvent ponctue de multitude de probleme. Enfin on va se repode bientot a la maison. Nous ...

Asia Grand View, Coron Town, Philippines travel blog

Asia Grand View

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

... on the roads, very unusual given the amount of dogs. I've never seen anyone cleaning it up either, this applies to the whole of the Philippines and maybe the rest of SEA. We had a fruit juice in the pool and then I went upstairs to see if I could book ...

Last day in the Philippines., Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Last day in the Philippines.

A travel blog entry by mikkelgrabinski

Hi, Today I slept in for as long as I could in an effort to try and get rid of my cold. I don't have really anything to write today, other than I stayed in bed, watched TV, went on my computer, and took medicine. It really sucks to have a cold while on ...

Tao Philippines, Palawan, Philippines travel blog

Tao Philippines

A travel blog entry by jacquimwilson

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After a few days of recovery time in Coron, we set out on a 5-day boat trip with Tao Philippines (www.taophilippines.com). It's a great organization that uses the profits from the excursions to fund projects that help the island communities in Palawan ...

Shipwreck Scuba Diving, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Shipwreck Scuba Diving

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby

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... had already been to the most popular destination in the Philippines, Boracay, so we decided to go to Palawan, a region described as “Philippines last frontier”. Of course, describing it as “Philippines last frontier” will result ...

Palawan, the last frontier of the Philippines, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Palawan, the last frontier of the Philippines

A travel blog entry by emmaandpaul

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... capital of Palawan, a very undeveloped island that sits closer to Borneo that other islands of the Philippines.  That characteristic definitely gives Palawan its charm and its reflected in the local people.  It was almost like stepping back ...

Palawan, el nido, Philippines travel blog

Palawan

A travel blog entry by 3ttt

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El Nido, ...

PP City Tour!, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

PP City Tour!

A travel blog entry by mikkelgrabinski

... flights, and other things. In the afternoon, we had a city tour of Puerto Princesa. Puerto Princesa is the biggest city in the Philippines in terms of landmass, and one of the biggest in the world! Our first stop on the city tour was the bay walk and ...

Unlike U2, have finally found what i'm looking for, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Unlike U2, have finally found what i'm looking for

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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... Nido, and took just over 5hrs. The place is lovely and just what i’ve been searching for since i came to the Philippines. It’s reminiscent of both Halong Bay in Vietnam & Krabi in Thailand. Bloody typical that i’ve finally reached ...

Paa med arbejdshandskerne, Irahuan, Philippines travel blog

Paa med arbejdshandskerne

A travel blog entry by elinatroels

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  Lidt usikkert, men taalmodigt, havde vi forsoegt os at faa fingerene i frivilligt arbejde gennem den kontakt vi havde faaet fra den flinke Rasmus i Dumaguete.  Ejeren af et af de dyrere hoteller i Puerto Princesa var efter sigende igang med ...

The End of the Line, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

The End of the Line

A travel blog entry by erics

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... day, while Cornel and I just relaxed with books and movies for a few days until it was time for me to head to Puerto Princessa, Palawan to meet up with Karen.  We had a fantastic reunion, splurging on great food at Kinibuchs, a local hangout that was ...

Colourful Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Colourful Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by shenanigans

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... months of constant moving and sightseeing, we need a break...by going to another country and seeing more stuff! Brilliant. The Philippines provides beaches, hot & dry weather and the laid back lifestyle we need. Also, it's the only realistic chance ...

A spoonful of filipino mix-mix, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

A spoonful of filipino mix-mix

A travel blog entry by karen.gironr

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... I haven't touched the dessert except for poking it hesitantly. In front of me, I have the perfect analogy for the Philippines. A crazy mixture of colors, textures, temperatures. Like the image of a jeepney with luscious rice terraces on the background. I ...

Underground river, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Underground river

A travel blog entry by suokkotravels

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Our number was up on the underground river; so we returned from El Nido to spend the day on this fantastic UNESCO world heritage site. About 7KM underground river, but can only tour about 1.5KM; lots of bats; spend about 45 minutes ...

Wreck Diving Pics, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Wreck Diving Pics

A travel blog entry by david-collie

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Check out the pics of when we went wreck diving in Coron. The Wrecks are Japanese WW2 ships that were sunken by the Americans. There's a picture of a human skull found in one of the ...

Bacalau Archipelago and El Nino, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Bacalau Archipelago and El Nino

A travel blog entry by schwate

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Hello everyone, bin wie angekuendigt von Puerto Princesa nach El Nido gefahren, welches im Norden von Palawan liegt und das Gateway zum Bacalau Archipelago ist. Das Dorf, obwohl recht abseits gelegen, ist ziemlich touristisch und es gibt hier auch ...

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