Felix Pension

Address: 85 A Jarfel Bldg, Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 85 A Jarfel Bldg, Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa

What a piss take.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Feb 28, 2014

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... Philippines to Indonesia, and nor are there any direct cheap flights. Ludicrously in fact it’s cheaper to fly back to KL and then to Indonesia from there (although it still costs about £100). I had thus decided that i would use my 'write off’ flight to Kota Kinabalu on the 21 March after all and get a flight from there over to Indonesia. This would give me another 3 weeks in the Philippines to see Sabang; Port Barton; El Nido & the Bacuit archipelago; Coron & ...

A proposal, a subterranean cave, monkeying around

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Jan 18, 2014

25 photos

... was named after Princess Asunción, born in 1864 to Queen Isabella II and her consort, Francisco de Cádiz. When the princess suffered an untimely death, the Queen changed the name to Puerto de la Princesa. Eventually, the name was reduced to Puerto Princesa as it is known today.

Honda Bay Island hopping

A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7 on Sep 30, 2013

... am going to do it! Too bad we didn't have a nicer day. The first island we went to was called Luli island and it apparently disappears when the tide is in. There was decent snorkelling here and lots of fish, but it was pouring rain when we arrived so the water was kind of murky. The combo of rain and wind actually made it kind of cold. It was not a very nice day here! Our next island was starfish island and when we got off the boat, our guide picked up 3 starfish out of ...

The underground river

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 26, 2013

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... 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, ...

Puerto Princezzzzzzzza

A travel blog entry by mgoodyear on Feb 01, 2013

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... it was just the areas that we saw and perhaps I'm hugely overgeneralising? Who knows!

I'll try to post more good positive funtime things in subsequent entries, it's just that the good things don't see to caus eve to writer very much! I'll tell you all about how awesome it was learning to dive in Koh Tao or something. Or hopefully the next Philippines excerpt will be a purely happy one too. Anyway, I've run out of alcoholic banana stuff so I think it might be bedtime.