Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
Visiting Puerto Princesa is said to be incomplete if you do not visit the Natural Wildlife Sanctuary Park, or previously and popularly known as the Crocodile Farm. The main attraction? Well of course the crocodiles.
The Sanctuary is around thirty minutes away from our Hotel in Puerto Princesa if you ride a tricycle. That day we opted …
Chameeeh stayed here on Jul 21, 2013 during their trip titled: Chameeeh's Great Adventure.
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 ...
... Am i being selfish?, ( this is something ive always wanted to do). As I flash the tablet light on Jay, who is snoring like animal, Avery who is sleeping sideways in his superman undies and Nia who is sprawled out with her one arm over her eyes. I realize it doesn't matter where I am in this world as long as I have my family.
Being in Palawan, we were very close to the underground river in Sabang, which has recently been named one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The six of us (we are still with the Aussies, now there are four of them) booked a pretty unorganized tour to go see it. Long story short, it was late to pick us up, screwed up the timing and made us wait all day to see the river, and then dropped us off in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet