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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... a white person before. It was slightly unnerving. We got back on the road and kept talking to our driver in our ongoing plan to keep him awake. Ahead of us on the road we could see a lorry wobbling into all lanes. Our driver said the lorry driver was probably asleep!! As we kept him talking, we learnt lots about the history of Manila, it's churches and we saw the early morning flower market. It was about 4am by this point and the streets were so busy, people always seem ...
... create your own itinerary for your stay. There is a travel/tourist guide to arrange your itinerary. Take note, that this part of the package we have paid for.
Here's what we had:
1. Snorkelling in Miniloc House Reef - the snorkelling area is just in front of resort. We saw school of fishes, nemo, lion fish and a lot more which I cannot name as I don't know the kinds of fishes. Hehe!!
... passengers sit in. We used the tricycle 4 times during our stay but 2 of the journeys were very eventful. First one, on our way to the bus terminal to book our tickets for El Nido, 5 mins from terminal his right tyre popped so he turned round went to a little shack at the side of the road and asked us to wait 15 mins while he repaired the inner tube. Mark was in his element but I was far from impressed, watching him try to patch ...
... hotels were very low quality and always noisy, usually fitted with a personal rooster outside your window. Which returns me to...
- Roosters: Evil - but quite tasty when cooked Adobo style.
- Fast Food: This country had all the western ones plus many of their own. Budget eating meant usually going for fast food as restaurant food was considerably more expensive.
- Roosters: Nasty – but we did see one that looked exactly like the Kellogg’s Corn Flakes ...
After a good nights sleep Tom was certainly on the mend, although not fully recovered yet. We wandered out to the Art Cafe to download an audio book and play cards before checking out of Friendly Inn around noon. There was the usual palaver with the mini van, which meant we sat at the back despite booking the middle and left late, but we'd grown used to this as part of travelling in the Philippines! 6 bumpy, speeding and swerving ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services