A&A Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... group of islands all in/on Palawan before hopping over to Mindoro to visit Bulalacao; Sablayan; & Puerto Galera before heading back to Manila to catch my flight to KK. This obviously meant i needed to extend my Philippine visa for another 14 days. I was resigned to the fact that i would have to pay for a whole additional month at a cost of 3000 peso but when i went to the immigration office in Purto Princesa they informed me that as i had already renewed my initial visa ...
... rum by the fire. Tally writing... The small town only has electricity for 4 hours in the evening, which is pretty cool, no wi-fi or anything to get distracted by. The thing we were distracted by were the Amish looking Germans that were also guest at place. We assume they were Amish either that or they took a fancy to walking around a jungle beach town looking like Jewish cowboys (as Simon and Henry have named them). Who ...
... 5]Spanish Colonizers founded the settlement on 4 March 1872 in the course of their exploration of the province. As they scanned the Palawan shoreline for a capital site, they came upon a hill with steep declivity. Rowing to shore, they surveyed the hill and discovered an extensive plateau which they decided as ideal for settlement.Soon after, Fr. Antonio Muro levelled ...
... to show us. Thinking it was that easy, me and Kelsea set off on a hunt to find out own starfish. But you must have to be Filipino to find them because the only ones we saw were ones that had been found by other people. The starfish here look kind of weird. They are pink/red in colour but they have all these black spikes on them that make them look kind of fierce. Starfish island was where we had lunch, which I did not really have an appetite for but I ate a lot of white rice ...
... is our choice for a 12 day visit. The short flight from Shanghai (and a long overnight layover in Manila) is made more interesting by the onboard games provided by Cebu Pacific Airlines free stuff handed out to the winners. We step onto the tarmac at Puerto Princesa's tiny airport, the sun instantly burns and the jungle hills are visible from the baggage carousel. Thankfully a driver from our Puerto Pension accommodation is waiting to collect ...