Balay Inato Pension

Address: 294 Manalo Extention, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Palawan

      Thank you ma'am, no ma'am, toasted ma'am?

      A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem on Jan 28, 2015

      5 photos

      ... be my last entry for this trip and its' the first time I complete a trip blog. I always seem to stop writing a week away from the end. Not this time:) Thailand: Loved the people. Fairly easy to get around. Full of tourists,. especially the islands. The beaches are nice, but you have to stay away from the popular ones (Patong, Sunrise on Koh Phi Phi and Haad Rin in Koh Phangan) and go to the ones further away and harder to get to on the islands. Chiang Mai ...

      Pangalusian Island, Philippines!

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 19, 2014

      32 photos

      ... different forms of coral make for an ever changing array of color and structure.
      We had a nice lunch on the beachside after diving, and then went for the lagoon tour, which was so much fun that we are going to do it again tomorrow and will write about it then, when we are able to take photos (didn't bring the camera today…).
      This really is a wonderful resort and the rock formations and varied scenery from all of the beautiful islands makes it very ...

      Philippine's last frontier

      A travel blog entry by miss_j on Sep 15, 2013

      1 photo

      ... and secure a 2 hour jeepney ride to Sabang wharf. From there, present your Underground river permit and pay for environmental and boat fee. The boat ride towards Sabang beach takes about 15 to 20 minutes and you will take the short trail towards the mouth of the Underground River. Just wait for your name to be called, board the canoe with helmet and life vest on and wander at the magnificient stalagtite and stalagmite formations coupled with creative or ...

      Saving the Best (meal) Till Last

      A travel blog entry by robandnorma on Apr 27, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... one sitting in many, many months. So with full stomachs, and great conversation; we eventually said goodbye. This was of course after Bing grabbed our breakfast milk and wouldn’t let us pay (she also tried to get us goodies for our trip to the airport the next day, tried to give us the leftovers – did I mention that it was more food than we’d eaten in a long time!? Like I said earlier, they were absolutely lovely. And I hope that in years to come, we ...

      The underground river

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 26, 2013

      7 photos

      ... process of getting boats, waiting areas and more boats is incredibly organised. Each group is assigned various number slots and times for each step and it just seems to work so well! The guides really know what they are doing. There are hundreds of people here today - and I was group 68 into the cave (and there's about 10 people per boat) and it was only 1pm. There were still lots of people still arriving even after we were leaving. I really enjoyed the day. Really, ...