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... hour tour we made our way out of the darkness and back to the unloading/loading area. We laughed and watched some monkey's on our way back to our boat transfer, and slowly made our way back to the Van.
A long but truly enchanting excursion! We were the first ones to get dropped off, said goodbye to our fellow travellers and wound down from our day by enjoying a yummy pizza and playing some pool...
Tomorrow is a another adventure! El Nido here we come!
It was declared a World Natural Wonder in 2011. Only 600 people can visit it per day. You must purchase a permission pass from the government booking agency in advance. Often they are sold out for weeks, so don't wait too late. There are no exceptions, no pass, no entry. I have talked to a lot of people that missed visiting the Underground River because they could not get a government pass.
I took my passport (required) and got a trike down ...
... be delayed if the weather is rough and the waiting usually takes hours but
you won’t have to walk a long distance to get there. If you want to ride the
boat to get there, wear shorts and slippers or sandals because you’ll have to
get your feet wet to get on the boat. The alternative route, the hike-trail, does
not have a waiting time but you would need to wear long pants and ...
We were huddled together on a street corner, sheltering our faces from the rain. Our feet were caked with mud (we hope) from walking through the shanty town, and we abandoned all of our remaining dignity by devouring a plastic bag full of pig. It wasn't exactly what we'd expected from the island paradise of Palawan, in the Philippines. Nine months ago, I might have felt a bit ashamed of our behaviour (as I was by our first night in Paraty, which had so much more class than we thought at ...
... and a big green lawn. After a small exploration along the beach where we found lots of little crabs and also met a coughing dog that smelt strongly of beer (the village drunk?), we then walked through the tiny town and eventually ended up eating in a cheap restaurant where we both received big portions of food. We even splurged on a starter of battered calamari which was almost a meal in its own right, and very tasty. We finished the day by having a couple beers on ...