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... Beach for the sunset. I say 'try to do' because the way to do the tour is to get three people together who want to go and you basically rent a tricycle for the day. The hostel guys put up a little sign-up sheet on the door for other people to sign up if they wanted to go and I went upstairs and had breakfast. They provide a pretty decent breakfast here, and I mostly think that because they have bananas and cornflakes and milk. The milk is ...
Our flight from Singapore to Manila was also with Tiger Air but this time was a nice new plane with leather seats and heaps more room, especially as the kind lady had put us in the Emergency Exit isle for Pete. We arrived into the under construction Terminal 1 and were ushered through to an “arrivals extension area”, which was in fact the taxi rank. With no internet and no idea which terminal Hannah was flying into we got passed on from “helper” to ...
Typhoon Luis arrived in Palawan at the same time as me. I woke up at 6am this morning to an incredible storm - thunder so loud my windows rattled and heavy rain pounding on the balcony. I figured it would stop by the time I got up. It's now 1.30pm and it's still raining. Typhoon Luis has hit the country and Palawan is getting off lightly. The ...
... Nacpan Beach which meant that we had to go back to the main road and keep going north for a few kilometers more. At the moment we spotted a sign saying: “Nacpan Beach – 3km” we turned to the left to another unpaved road which looked much worse than the previous one. As it had been raining the day before this road was covered by slippery red mud so we had to be very careful if we didnīt want to get smashed. Gonzalo as a driver didnīt plan the route so much ...
... and one dive shop. We enjoyed a buffet dinner in the evenings, lovely food as we didn't had for a long time!
We thought we were on paradise only the nights (no fan, no wind) were freaking hot and insects and mosquitos maked us crazy. Also we were very dissapointed in the diveshop, one day diving for Mark would cost $200 (3 dives, boattrip to Apo Reef and marine fee), we were flabbergasted! What a price! We decided not to do it and just enjoy ...