Balay Inato Pension
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... tours opening containers of cooked crab, prawns and delights. Ours was served and was OK, but no crab or the likes. Still there was more to look forward to as we were promised our next stop Pandan Island was the better of the two for snorkelling. It was the better, but not much, yes there were a wider variety of species but no reef or memorable experience. The sun was beating down and the backs of our legs were beginning to feel the ...
We tour around the City of Puerto Princesa on our Day 4. A friendly tricycle driver helped us. You can find lots of them who will take you for a whole day City Tour for only P800 for the 2 of us. People at Palawan were just too hospitable and they were well-oriented by their gov't. officials which boast their tourism.
Truly, Palawan is a great place to for an unforgettable summer destination!
We sOoo LOVE PALAWAN!
... 8217;t look like the infrastructure can handle a cruise ship load of people but over time things may change. Palawan seems to be on the right track with tourism in general. Good roads and the most knowledgeable guides we have had anywhere in the Philippines. The first evening we were picked up at our hotel for the Firefly Tour. It turned out to be a dinner tour with dinner prepared on board and served on plywood laid over the backs ...
... be on a group vacation. Once Dora and Emily were there we went back to Robinson mall to tell them what it was all about. It really was the coolest mall I have ever been in. Much better then the eaton centre. But at Robinson mall it was very confusing. There was no real system on how it was laid out well at least none that we could see so we were there for hours just exploring. The long day of flights sleeping in airports and the heat we went back to our ...
Ho Chi Minh city turned out into a nice mini adventure. Ripped off by a taxi right off the bat but doesn't put a dent into our trip. Found Julian for lunch and he introduced us to our first motorbike ventures, me on his and Art on another. Scooting around the sea of other motorbikes was fun way to get around. He left us at the Vietnam War museum as a must see. Seeing already the damage our country has done to Cambodia in regards to this war I was still not fully ...