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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... the front with the lights to shine at the various rock formations. I didn't want to be the one with the light because I wanted to take loads of pictures. Our driver was really good at his job. He made everything really interesting and made us laugh a lot.
We saw many rock formations, which all had their own names. Some of them were in shapes of vegetables as well as a T-Rex, a shark fin, Jesus, Mary and the front of the titanic. When we ...
... It was also the first bed I had seen in four days.
Around midday I went for a walk about. I heard to the city centre to check out the sites. There isn't much to see at all. The cathedral was ok but needed a lick of paint and the open air museum about WW2 was interesting but that's about it finished that within 5minutes
I walked up and down the main road to try and book a tour to the underground river in Sabang, they kept saying it was fully ...
... together. Tally was really lucky and on our first day found a bookswap and someone had just swapped in a Philippines book. Perfect for our last few weeks. The previous traveller had circled a few things and one of them was another guesthouse not far from where we were staying so we checked it out and ended up changing to the new one. Its called 'Aniceto’s pension'. It was perfect, just out of town but not too far, so it was a quieter locals area of puerto princesa. ...
... if I need a trike will be the unlucky fella who gets an earful. You'll be happy to know I've managed to refrain from such outbursts - except of course when someone backed into me as I was walking up the street.... He got a swift bang on the back of his car and a deep glare. I would have hung around to introduce him to his rearview mirror but I didn't want to risk getting properly run over at the mention of it. It's sad but in ...
... for a decent
price. After a bit of an unorganized check, in we all settled in to some very
nice rooms. The day was quite uneventful but we managed to find a great stilted
restaurant above the water on a bay close by. We arrived at nearly the perfect
time to have a couple casual drinks before a very nice sunset. Our meals were
delicious, the French onion soup is supposed to be a Filipino specialty so we
all had to try some. ...