Balay Inato Pension

Address: 294 Manalo Extention, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 294 Manalo Extention, Palawan.
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    Pretty perfect Puerto Princesa pier

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 17, 2015

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    ... we use it as a good excuse to buy a beer to finish it off nicely. We caught a tricycle back to the guesthouse with a really nice guy, who had his really cute daughter as co-driver on his lap, and told us lots about nice places hidden around the area (not that we will have the chance to go unfortunately). Now for sleep with a short flight back to Manilla in the morning. Puerto may not be the most exciting or busiest, but can't complain about the food or ...

    An Island hopping good time! :)

    A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jun 29, 2015

    ... Honda Bay was only about 30 minutes away.

    Before we went to the Bay, we stopped by the tour companies shop where we rented water shoes and snorkel gear. We were advised that there would be plenty of fish we would be able to see and we didn't need to go out too far into te water to see snorkel. Mike and I opted to rent one snorkel and share wasn't worth it to me to have our own individual ones! Call me a cheapskate!

    When we arrived at port ...

    Tao Philippines

    A travel blog entry by jacquimwilson on Jan 08, 2015

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... Nido, and every place we stayed (a new place each night for four nights) was incredible. Each one was better than the one before (though we didn’t think that was possible until we actually got there!). The camps are all on pristine beaches with no tourism infrastructure aside from the Tao excursions, and have very basic open air bamboo huts set up for sleeping. the boat crew got us set up each night with a sleeping pad and a mosquito net, and it ...

    A relaxing day out on the underground river!!!!

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... ID. The guide then just 'out of the blue' (for us I fear, not him) asked would we like to visit some caves for a bit of rock climbing followed by a quick decent on a 'Zip Line'. Looking around the bus, the ages ranged fro early 60's (us) down to and including a few young kids. Before we could protest we were perhaps a little old for this, the guide volunteered, the oldest person to do this was a 89 year old lady, who made the decent 'Superman Style' , ...

    Fun on Pangalusian Island!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 20, 2014

    76 photos

    ... got a view licks in (so to speak) and we were happy to get through that section of the water, and onto the shallower reef, where there were no jellyfish and much less of the stinging plankton. Fun to see the soft corals, a spotted ray and many other colorful fish, in addition to the sharks, as we snorkeled for 45 minutes on our way back to the beach in front of the resort.
    We are headed off on the inter-island flight this afternoon, and then off to another part of ...