Travel Blogs from Palawan, Philippines

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Palawan PDSA, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines travel blog

Palawan PDSA

A travel blog entry by janinesimoy

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... early the day before the morning flight. Wake up early to prepare to go to the airport. Check in and check luggage. At Palawan airport, get my luggage and proceed to the airport. Get room keys when arrived at Asturias Hotel. Prepare the things I need for ...

It's more fun in the Philippines (Part 1), Culion, Philippines travel blog

It's more fun in the Philippines (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by adandgen

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The Tao trip is a 5 day adventure through the Linapacan archipelago that stretches from Coron, in the north of Palawan, down to the tip of the main Palawanian island at El Nido. You travel by boat through the day, stopping at various islands and ...

Our second day!, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Our second day!

A travel blog entry by manuxander

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This is our second day in the city! The weather was not so fine this day, it's cloudy and rain comes over and over. Well we decided to take a walk around the city after our breakfast. We went first toNCCC Mall to buy some clothing for Alex as his luggage ...

Enjoying the good life!, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Enjoying the good life!

A travel blog entry by jerryslog

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... jammed packed with worshipers. It's hard to estimate but I sure, there was a good two thousand people. One must remember that the Philippines is a very Catholic country. What have I been up to the past few days and what can I expect to be doing for ...

5.4, reissupäivä 42: El Nido, Palawan, Filippiinit, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

5.4, reissupäivä 42: El Nido, Palawan, Filippiinit

A travel blog entry by whoisfolkewest

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... 'isiköhän ilmoittautua mukaan, mikä oli anomusten deadline? El Nidosta tulemme jatkamaan Miian kanssa ylihuomenna takaisin Palawan saaren keskiosiin, Sabangin rannalle. Filippiinit jätämme taaksemme 12.4, jolloin lennämme Uuteen Seelantiin Kuala ...

Mindanao and Palawan, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Mindanao and Palawan

A travel blog entry by toddy11

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... you about the name. Google it if you like. Funny. So, after a ongoing campaign between the radical Muslims and the Philippines government, a ceasefire is in place and the Muslims have their own autonomous region. So basically, Mindanao is safe as long as ...

Philippines - Such a beauty!, Palawan Island, Philippines travel blog

Philippines - Such a beauty!

A travel blog entry by rachandcaro

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... nbsp;      Sabang This tiny beach village was my favourite place of my short stay in the Philippines. Famous for Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park the world longest limestone cave that you can navigate by boat ...

Road Trip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Road Trip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by martin_d

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I had read about the bus journey from Puerto Princessca to El Nido, and there was nothing appealing about it. There was nothing else for it though, and we knew we had to endure it to get to where we have heard being described as paradise. (wonder if they ...

Peace and love, Busuanga, Filippinene travel blog

Peace and love

A travel blog entry by heidiprytz

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Dagen glir nesten umerkelig over i den neste. Soloppgang, frokost, strand, snorkling, bok, lunsj, hengekøye med formiddagslur, varm bris, snorkling, bok, solnedgang, coctail(s), middag, en runde og to med spill, musikk på den lille balkongen, ...

Coron, Palawan: The Cheapest, Best Holiday Ever, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Coron, Palawan: The Cheapest, Best Holiday Ever

A travel blog entry by leisurely_nomad

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... surrounded by white sandy beaches which gave me a hint that these might be the ones featured in the Department of Tourism's WOW Philippines: It’s More than the Usual tourism campaign ad way back 2003 in the "Island" category. To be truly captivated ...

El Nido, my paradiso, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

El Nido, my paradiso

A travel blog entry by jurenjim

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Then we traveled south to El Nido - an 8-hour bus ride which we strategically cut into 5 hours by taking a passenger van from the terminal and transferred to a bus(which took off a couple hours earlier), in the middle of the way. It was more convenient ...

Why does it always rain on me?, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Why does it always rain on me?

A travel blog entry by luke_and_jacqui

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We arrived after the hour long flight to the smallest little airport - one good thing they seem to do in the Philippines is they check that you have only taken your luggage when leaving the airport, it's always amazes me that more bags don't get nicked. ...

Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by kiki1975

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... touristy and flooded with people like many other beautiful spots. Puerto Princesa is the largest city in and also the capital of Palawan.   The flight was short, only one hour. After getting my back I took a trike for 50 pesos into town. ...

Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines

A travel blog entry by poridley

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... it's not. And with another airline I could have just flown to Manilla straight off. Anyway so got my flight to Puerto Princesa in Palawan which is one of the islands to the south west of Manilla. Got there quite late when it was dark and tried to sort a ...

Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princessa, Philippines travel blog

Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by bdv

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Coffee flavored Rum..., Apo Island, Philippines travel blog

Coffee flavored Rum...

A travel blog entry by iliaflax

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6-10.12.11  את הדרך לאי אנחנו מעבירים בסירה/ רפסודה ...

Puerto Princesa and the underground River, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Puerto Princesa and the underground River

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086

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After picking up our visa, feeling glad to get our passports back we headed to the airport to get our flight to the Philippines. In my head the Philippines is such an exotic location, so I feel very lucky to be getting to go there. The flight takes no ...

Sabang and the Underground River, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Sabang and the Underground River

A travel blog entry by debsevery

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The rain seemed to be following us around now so we carried on down to Sabang to visit the worldfamous subterranean river - currently 2nd in the running for the New 7 Natural Wonders of the World (results are out later this year!)We spent another night ...

Plankton Divers, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Plankton Divers

A travel blog entry by mrr2012

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Ну вот, наши страдания за последние 2 суток, ...

Tauchen, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Tauchen

A travel blog entry by asiatogo

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Tauchtrip gebucht: Eine Stunde zu einem Riff im offenen Meer, ziemlich heftige Wellen und etwas Seekrankheit von ein paar anderen Tauchern, aber unterm Wasser war nichts zu merken. Leider hat meine Gruppe die Haie verpasst, die am Riff herumgeschwommen ...

At the end of the road, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

At the end of the road

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily

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The flight to Puerto Princesa is uneventful.  The small airport unimpressive. In town, we stock up on groceries.  Once we head north, there is nothing but fruit stands.  Our driver is patient as we get ready for the trip. The highway follows the ...

Bathing in the Bacuit Archipelago, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Bathing in the Bacuit Archipelago

A travel blog entry by yamahuh

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... fretting, there were much worse places to be stuck. An hour and a half later the Bangka appeared, well and truly on Philippines time and approaching from the wrong direction. It turned out that the driver / captain / Bangka bosun – whatever the ...

Stormy Waters, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Stormy Waters

A travel blog entry by mrr2012

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Лодка наклонилась назад, потом резко ...

Coron, Coron Town, Philippines travel blog

Coron

A travel blog entry by nic.slater

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My favourite place in the Philippines! The Island of Palawan is quite far from Negros, so I booked a flight here. Unfortunately most internal flights have to go via Manila, which means that an hour flight becomes a day trip. I did hear that Philippino ...

Qi Palawan, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Qi Palawan

A travel blog entry by carsonsinhk

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For CNY 2014 we travelled to the most remote place we have been to with the kids. We flew from HK to Manilla, overnight ex in Manilla and the commuted to ElNido on a twin prop plane and the an hour transfer on dirt and half constructed roads to ...

SCUBA Diving in Palawan, Coron, Philippines travel blog

SCUBA Diving in Palawan

A travel blog entry by markandjess

After a night spent sleeping on a metal bench in an airport we arrive on Busuanga Island. Coron Town itself isn't great on first impressions but after a week we learned to love it. The main reason for visiting was to get our PADI open water certificates ...

Ein Tag im Paradies - Malcapuya Island, Culion, Philippines travel blog

Ein Tag im Paradies - Malcapuya Island

A travel blog entry by traveller73

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... , sollte sich aber als die beste Änderung aller Zeiten herausstellen. Malcapuya ist eine kleine Insel in der Nähe von Palawan. Das kleine Island ist unbewohnt, hat keinerlei Infrastruktur, dafür aber 3 Strände. Der Hauptstrand, vor dem ...

Pilipino Lifestyle, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Pilipino Lifestyle

A travel blog entry by perkins2013

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So I am sat here on the top floor restaurant having a beer after our third full day in the Phillipines. It has been blisteringly hot at a standard 30 degrees during the day and probably not far off at night (slthough we have finally figured out the air ...

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In "the nest" of Palawan

A travel blog entry by marqual

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... we had a break on 7 Commando Beach.  Amazing.  At 5pm I met the group that was going to be on my Tao Philippines tour starting the next morning and I met up with the group from the previous night for dinner on the beach.  El Nido was ...

In need of a siesta, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

In need of a siesta

A travel blog entry by camille

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... for a small family. In South America they used to move house by bus, but I think they do the same by plane in the Philippines. I only hope that Rex can be as accommodating when I come back with my Manila shopping. After I got in the correct queue to ...

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