Travel Blogs from Palawan, Philippines

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Relaxing on the beach, and more island hopping., Port Barton, Philippines travel blog

Relaxing on the beach, and more island hopping.

A travel blog entry by avaslotman

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Today we just hung out around the beach and played. Yesterday I had forgotten to put sunscreen on my back so I have quite severe sunburn on my back, where my bathing suit was not, it hurts! I played with Chezka a lot, she has been trying to teach me how ...

Kein leichter Abschied, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Kein leichter Abschied

A travel blog entry by upimhonigmond

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Der letzte Abend ist gekommen und Dan überrascht uns mit einem riesen Lagerfeuer am Strand, da mit uns noch viele andere Gäste am nächsten Tag abreisen. Dan packt seine Mundharmonika aus und beginnt damit, das Feuer mit Jazz Melodien zu ...

underwater adventures, Busuanga, Philippines travel blog

underwater adventures

A travel blog entry by whittlog

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... tiny sacks explode on chewing they flood the tastebuds with an intense citrus and salt flavour. The other amazing delicacy that the Philippines keeps to itself is the most succulent sweet mangoes. We've been eating them everyday, oh how I wish we could ...

Dolarog Resort, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines, Palawan, Philippines travel blog

Dolarog Resort, El Nido, Palawan, Philippines

A travel blog entry by vincents

Island Transvoyager 19 seater puddle jumper from Manila to Palawan (El Nido) ...

Coron: Of Sea, Lakes, and Beaches, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Coron: Of Sea, Lakes, and Beaches

A travel blog entry by kulogmaingay

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... Reserve and Wildlife Sanctuary where animals from Africa like giraffes and zebras co-exist with local wildlife, some endemic to Palawan. (2009)  Information on Coron came mainly from wikipedia.com and from conversations with kuya King. All photos ...

Paradise Island, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines travel blog

Paradise Island

A travel blog entry by jessvstheworld

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... crazy month filled with cold nights and high expectations at work and spending time with friends. We left on December 16 for Philippines and spent our first 2 nights in Manila. I wouldn't recommend going there to stay unless you are interested in poverty, ...

Return to Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Return to Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by andypaul1406

Not a lot to report on my return to Puerto Princesa. This stop off was merely to pass time ready for my flight to Cebu via Manila the following morning. After myself and Thierry parted ways, until the morning when we would meet again at the airport, i ...

Making Amends, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Making Amends

A travel blog entry by feliciawong

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... in the Philippines, my verdict is that the Thais still have got it, hands-down. Rob and I have been joking that the Philippines tourism "real world" tagline should be - "The Philippines: It's better in Thailand". Not that we want to knock this country ...

Ein Dorf zum verlieben, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Ein Dorf zum verlieben

A travel blog entry by singapore2012

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El Nido - oder besser erstmal der Weg dahin: 5 Stunden in einem kleinen Van ist nicht unbedingt die beste Zeit, die man sich im Leben vorstellen kann. Allerdings war es gar nicht so schlimm, wie es klingt, wir haben ja auch mal eine Pause eingelegt. Dank ...

El Nido isn't too shabby, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

El Nido isn't too shabby

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth

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... where we had a couple of beers, as well as swimming in the sea, building sand castles and drawing pictures in the sand. Philippines life is hard. We stayed till pretty much sunset before heading back with the same tricycle driver and going out in search ...

Geckos and bats, Port Barton, Philippines travel blog

Geckos and bats

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily

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We were prepared for the mosquitos. Nets, bug spray, and long sleeved shirts. We were mentally prepared for geckos, having spent many nights in tropical places listening to the creatures roaming our bedroom ceilings. But bats flying through the ...

Rainy Season? What Rainy Season?, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Rainy Season? What Rainy Season?

A travel blog entry by becky_in_asia

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... food! After a mango shake, we headed back to the boat for the second island. There was some amazing snorkelling here. The Philippines is famous for its diving sites, and I can see why if this was just one common reef. The coral was a ...

Back to Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Back to Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by kiki1975

I got up before 06:00 to go back to Puerto Princesa. I wanted to get to the bus station early to get a good seat on the 07:00 bus. I shouldn't have worried. The bus was more than half empty. When we left there were 9 foreigners and only 3 locals on ...

Port Barton, Port Barton, Philippines travel blog

Port Barton

A travel blog entry by breebauer

One hell of a bus ride to a very pretty and very quiet town... Two days here is ...

puerto princesa amezing, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

puerto princesa amezing

A travel blog entry by bp10aula5

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... MRT, a trolley saturated with people. To move out of Manila have to take bus (there is not a single via rail throughout the Philippines) or the plane usually delayed for hours on many occasions. To get to the nearest beach from Manila, they are about two ...

Touchdown Coron, Culion, Philippines travel blog

Touchdown Coron

A travel blog entry by christisantiago

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PALAWANN FUNN, Puerto Princesa,Palawan,Philippines, Philippines travel blog

PALAWANN FUNN

A travel blog entry by oh-annyeong

PLAN            Our Palawan trip was scheduled on February 10-13, 2011. We will be staying in Palawan for 3 nights and 4 days. Our accommodation was the Asturias hotel in Puerto Princesa city. There were 2 ...

Eco park and city tour, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Eco park and city tour

A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7

... . I saw one today that said Super Dave but I couldn't get a picture in time -there are 40 pesos to a Canadian dollar -the Philippines was colonized by Spain -English is widely spoken here- the most of any country we have been to. We will be on a tour ...

Chapter Eight - Coron, The Philippines, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Chapter Eight - Coron, The Philippines

A travel blog entry by rachrich2013

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... the remote island of Busuanga, (so remote that we cannot find it on the tagging gadget on this blog). This island is part of Palawan and is on the Northern tip of it. It's known for its crystal clear waters, limestone islands, good coral gardens and great ...

Last day to Island Hop, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Last day to Island Hop

A travel blog entry by derekandjo

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We are back in Puerto Princessa for 1 day so went on an island hopping trip as this would be our last chance. Set off at 0800 and made our way to Honda Bay where we caught our boat for the day. We set off and after stopped to assist a broken down boat ...

7 months ahead Prep Time!, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

7 months ahead Prep Time!

A travel blog entry by iamlance

... . But as they say, things can change due to this and that, so surprise! surprise! were now headed to my mama's home province...Taytay, PALAWAN! Not that i've never been there, well, err I've been there when i was 4,  so aside from 1 memory that i was ...

Pretty Palawan, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Pretty Palawan

A travel blog entry by baliblisters

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The next morning we were delighted to be leaving Manila, for good this time, and arranged a taxi to the airport. Obviously on a tight schedule we weren't best pleased when it showed up forty minutes late. Randomly the hotel manager also hopped in as she ...

Diving

Diving "Barracuda Lake"

A travel blog entry by erik.p

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Had breakfast and got to know the french a bit better. Luc and Jeremy live in Manila since two years. they work with micro loans, helping "the poorest of the poor". Michael is a doctor, whose was there for a short while. The Americans and Australien ...

Delays, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Delays

A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3

On our way back to Manila to catch the company flight to move on to Taiwan, we ran into a small weather issue. There were reports of a typhoon all day but we had not seen signs of it so we were not too worried. As we were riding in the bus to the ...

Hvilepuls., Busuanga, Filippinene travel blog

Hvilepuls.

A travel blog entry by heidiprytz

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... interessen min når jeg har hørt prat om det tidligere, (men hvis man SKAL gjøre det - så er Palawan i Filippinene definitivt stedet) men det og sitte å høre historien bak disse vrakene, gir definitivt en sitrende følelse ...

Goodbye Cambodia, Kumusta Philippines, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Goodbye Cambodia, Kumusta Philippines

A travel blog entry by chadtishseasia

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... island. It is rated the #1 island to visit if trying to avoid the tourists of Boracay and other islands in the Philippines. We stayed in a beautiful and inexpensive hut for 2 nights, roamed around town and had a delicious meal at a vegetarian restaurant. ...

Puertoon, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Puertoon

A travel blog entry by jais

Jouduimme olemaan Puertossa yön yli kun lentomme lähtee 9 ...

Swimming with the Jack Fish, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Swimming with the Jack Fish

A travel blog entry by leanneroles

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The resort has a school of jack fish that they feed at regular times each day.  They come in close to the jetty and you can get in the water and swim around with them.  Some of them are about a metre long. When you look at them through the ...

Potápění - vraky, Coron, Filipíny travel blog

Potápění - vraky

A travel blog entry by lukibali

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Odpočinek, Coron, Filipíny travel blog

Odpočinek

A travel blog entry by lukibali

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