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There I was, back in The Philippines. This time for quite a while.
I was probably the most excited I'd ever been about going traveling as I had only a one way ticket and no set plans. Got to Manila and my good old buddy Stefano was there to pick me up.
Stayed for few days with his family in his new house on, (funny enough) Italy …
From Manila I flew directly to Puerto Princesa on the island of Palawan arriving early afternoon. After a HOT walk to the hostel with harassment from several taxi drivers, I booked an afternoon tour of the city. On this trip we saw the cathedral and the location where many American POWs were massacred by the Japanese during WWII. We stopped at a …
... invaders during WWII. It was a beautiful place, overlooking the water - it's just too bad it had such a sad story. Across the street there was a large Catholic church where we stopped to take some photos before making our next stop, which was in a shopping area. We knew we'd be back the next day so we spent this time looking around and comparing prices. It is always interesting to see what the prices are like for souvenirs in different countries. In Japan, we were ...
... fair bit of time chatting and getting to know each other. At one point, Walter left for a couple of days to visit Puerto for supplies. Randy was left in charge and we were the only lodgers. Randy brought up a friend and they sat in the room with the freezer and smoked up all afternoon. When I walked in to get a beer out of the freezer, Randy suddenly opened up. He told me that he wanted to have a man-to-man talk with me about women - that his ...
... early as you couldn't buy tickets and so it was first come first served. We had asked Dom to come and pick us up but he was obviously on Filipino time and did not show up after waiting 15 minutes, so we headed to the main road and caught a trishaw from there. To describe a jeepney it is like a big 4x4; the luggage is all piled on the top along with animal feed, hay and other bits and pieces that are to be delivered ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDallas Inn Puerto Princesa
Basic guesthouse but pleasant. friendly staff and very helpful owner
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