Travel Blogs from Palawan, Philippines

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Open your eyes, its beautiful, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Open your eyes, its beautiful

A travel blog entry by geoffloribryant

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... for being a trooper and knowing full well not everyone could of handled being lost on a jungle trail in a dark remote area of Palawan. We decided that we deserved a quality dinner and headed back to Art cafe.  I got into an argument with Lori about ...

Mugged by a Monkey...Almost!, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Mugged by a Monkey...Almost!

A travel blog entry by thejaverys

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... expectations on the food front. Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand all have amazing local street food options but The Philippines was very different. McDonalds and its fast food ways have killed the food in The Philippines. There were no ...

Water wonderland, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Water wonderland

A travel blog entry by walzp

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... that such a beautiful place had not yet been spoiled by tourism For now we contemplated its beauty and wondered about what other treasures are shielded in Northern Palawan... but there ain't enough time..  for now see you soon Maganda ng Palawan.. ...

Lazing on a Sunny Afternoon...., El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Lazing on a Sunny Afternoon....

A travel blog entry by martin_d

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... how many times the third time you end up in the jail.  We then discovered that you can buy a gun in the capital of Palawan, Puerto Princessa where we stayed 2 nights ago and then were told about the pirates, they only rob when they need to ...

Puerto Princessa - Start of traveling in Palawan, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Puerto Princessa - Start of traveling in Palawan

A travel blog entry by joernisroadtrip

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... 'tzlich lernten wir dann noch Micha(el) im Hostel kennen, der, was von Puerto als Reiseausgangspunkt auf Palawan auch nicht weiter verwunderlich ist, beabsichtigte die gleiche Route gen Norden zu nehmen und sich uns somit ...

Nice people ... late night!, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Nice people ... late night!

A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005

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... room, although it only had a bucket shower. Time was getting on but the company we wanted to do the boat trip with, Tao Philippines, still had their office open, so we went straight there to see if they still had places available.  They did, but the ...

Village Dogs, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Village Dogs

A travel blog entry by lullie

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There are a lot of village dogs in the Philippines some manage ok others not so well. As always its the women who suffer most. Being in a perpetual state of pregnancy and single parenting. While Hannah was here I was strictly forbidden from feeding them ...

Netti- ja sähkökatveessa, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Netti- ja sähkökatveessa

A travel blog entry by tommyy

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Mo! Bangokista lähdettiin maanantaina iltatuimaan kohti Filippiinejä. Matka kesti vuorokauden sisältäen kaksi lentoa ja minibussissa istuskelimista. Eka paikka oli sellainen, että meijän bungalovissa oli vuorokaudessa sähköä tarjolla ilta ...

Pahiyas Festival, Quezon, Philippines travel blog

Pahiyas Festival

A travel blog entry by tintin_824

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        One of my dreams is to witness the different festivals in the Philippines.          Kaya naman nung bago palang ako sa aming company at nalaman ko na si Gliza ...

Back to Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Back to Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by mcpaul

Back to Puerto ...

Oh my god, I couldn't believe my eyes!, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Oh my god, I couldn't believe my eyes!

A travel blog entry by lilly_annew

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... poured into the top of his motorcycle. Speaking of tricycle, I'm not sure I mentioned that the tricycles here in the Philippines is not a true tricycle. The trikes here are actually a motorcycle with a covered sidecar attached. The motorcycle has a rack ...

Living The Dream, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Living The Dream

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum

... each country we have visited so far the sport of choice has been football bar India where everyone plays cricket, in the Philippines there favourite sport is neither football nor cricket but basketball. Throughout our travels I've quite liked the idea of ...

The amazing Bacuit Archipelago, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

The amazing Bacuit Archipelago

A travel blog entry by debsevery

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... Coron and the Calamian Islands and spent 8 hours on a pretty uncomfortable boat and a very rough sea getting to El Nido on mainland Palawan.We arrived just as it started pouring with rain (the start of a very rainy couple of weeks for us...) We had ...

Coron Getaways, Coron Palawan Philippines, Philippines travel blog

Coron Getaways

A travel blog entry by mykz

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One of the nicest place I visited. So nice, amazing, relaxing... I want to go back here.. ^^lolz One week is not enough... I wanna stay here longer.. ahmm for 1 month?? :-D A Stressed free place!!!! ...

palawan, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

palawan

A travel blog entry by ridgeline

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Oooops what happened to Port Barton?, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Oooops what happened to Port Barton?

A travel blog entry by gemmandmatt

Puerto is the capital of Palawan and it is the greenest in the Philippines and a carbon neutral city. Though it looks like this has been fudged by the surrounding forests equalizing the emissions. There are certainly no green forms of transportation and ...

Puerto Princesca, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Puerto Princesca

A travel blog entry by lolly2012

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... on. A boat, bus, bus, night at hotel, jeepney combo later and we were at the airport flying to Macau. Ridiculously the Philippines carries on its lovely tradition of being pretty shite, by adding a terminal fee payable at the airport. We checked all our ...

The flightiness of electricity, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

The flightiness of electricity

A travel blog entry by adandgen

... and loveably annoying Canadians, it's a bit jarring to come back to reality and hit what seems to be the backpacker centre of Palawan, complete with drunken party boys and stoned 'you gotta feel this place, man, like really feeeel it' hippies. People like ...

A la motonetta four by four con colita rutera!!, El Nido, Filipinas travel blog

A la motonetta four by four con colita rutera!!

A travel blog entry by gasito

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... gallos. Finalmente llegamos a Verde Safari. Realmente estaba desolada, lo cual era increíble estando sobre la mismísima Palawan, el problema que también estaba desolada de sombra y vimos un futuro al espiedo. Decidimos meternos en el mar. ...

Julmiddag, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Julmiddag

A travel blog entry by dinaglamour

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Vi hadde en mysig julmiddag tillsammans med ett par från Australien (jag var jätteglad att ha en dam i min ålder att prata med). Vincent och jag hade ordnat så att kocken på guesthouset lagade middag till oss. Vi var på marknaden och handlade inn ...

Underwater Paradise, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

Underwater Paradise

A travel blog entry by walzp

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I was very excited to continue the exploration of Bacuit Bay. We had arranged different 3 days with our boatman Orlando to go on explore different parts of the archipelago. In the morning before we would meet in Coron Coron, we made a quick stop at the ...

Christmas, Port Barton, Philippines travel blog

Christmas

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011

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... to sink in the west.  We are also in what they call the 'transition' season here.  From what I can gather, Palawan has 4 seasons - January through April is the dry season followed by May/June which is a season of transition.  July through ...

Flight to Puerto Princesa, Puerto Princesa City, Philippines travel blog

Flight to Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by padraicop

Stayed in Sunlight guest house. Walked to Bay walk. Rented pedicab bike. ...

El Nino in El Nido, El Nido, Philippines travel blog

El Nino in El Nido

A travel blog entry by rob_the_ladd

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We certainky didn't get the best weather in El Nido. The signs were ominous on the boat journey over, which took over 8 hours rather than the 6 we were told it would. We had a great day out exploring the Bacuit Archipelago, although it rained for most of ...

Preparing for Manila, Puerto Princesa, Philippines travel blog

Preparing for Manila

A travel blog entry by leg5a

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I had a great few days in El Nido, and I just got back to my Puerto Princesa hostel after the 6 hour van ride back. The trouble now is figuring out how to get home. Perhaps it's well-known, but apparently the typhoon/tropical storms have been hitting ...

A Special Place..., El Nido, Philippines travel blog

A Special Place...

A travel blog entry by theroamingsloth

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How can I describe El Nido? I think maybe it's best if you just look at the photos! It has to be one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. A huge archipelago of towering limestone cliffs over looking the azure sea with secluded white sand ...

Wrecks & Relaxation, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Wrecks & Relaxation

A travel blog entry by theroamingsloth

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It was hard to leave El Nido but there were more adventures to be had and this adventure came in the form of an all day boat trip through the islands up to a place called Coron. The boat was really small and there wasn't much cover from the sun which was ...

Noche Buena, Coron, Philippines travel blog

Noche Buena

A travel blog entry by vinkor

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it was a great Noche Buena, so called Christmas Eve in the Philippines, the name taken from Spain I went to Mass at midnight that are here anticipated at  9 p.m. The church was filled in and a lot of people were out The priest was very ...

Diving on Apo, Apo Island, Philippines travel blog

Diving on Apo

A travel blog entry by rossdundas

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Aug 31, 2012, Port Barton, Philippines travel blog

Aug 31, 2012

A travel blog entry by carligi

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