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Travel Blogs from Palawan
... It felt great. Much better then the massages in china. After that we went to the beach. The beach was ok I've been to better but it was fun none the less. That night we went to one of the best dinners I have had in a long time. The restaurant looked like a tree fort. It was so fun and we all said that we would love to have a daycare that looked like that. The food was also great. It was the first time I have ever Filipino food but it was great. Thursday ...
... where we put on our life vests and helmets. Then a paddled boatman whom our underground tour guide arrived to pick us and started the tour inside the longest underground river which was now included in the Seven Wonders of Nature. I'm seated in the front seat so I'm maneuvering the spot light of the boat. .I clearly saw stalagmites and stalactites in vegetation, animals, and biblical forms. Also, the entire cave is with foul smell because of bats and cave ...
As for the band, loved 'em. I wouldn't say they were playing traditional Philippine music (then again, I'm not sure what traditional Philippine music is) but whatever it was, wow. There were seven guys in the band (not including Tim) and they were all up on a stage not much bigger than our table. Actually, six of them were on stage - the drummer was back ...
... very good.
Mon, Feb 27, 2012
Today we walked around Puerto Princesa thinking we were headed to the harbor but ended up in some industrial area. We finally figured out that we were not on the main road like we thought. It's hard to navigate in this town as they don't have any
road name signs anywhere. It's also pretty hot here, I would say in the mid-90's and very humid. Halfway through the day we decided we had enough of ...
... land. Eventually, there was a "mysterious" pipe leak which caused a fire, burning every house down. Does that not sound a little fishy?
Our next stop was Plaza Cuartel, a Japanese Garden where there was a brutal massacre of 143 American Soldiers. They waited until the soldiers exited their bunker, and then tortured them by clubbing, decapitating and strangling them. Across the street, there was a big cathedral that we went to see.
Our next stop was the ...
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