Lavista resort

Address: Lavista resort Narra, Palawan, 5322, Philippines | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Palawan

        Palawan Island

        A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Aug 14, 2015

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        ... Madjapahit and Brunei. The most popular sports are basketball, soccer, motocross, among others, the most recognized are Francisco Guilledo, Flash Elorde and Manny Pacquiaothe current President is Noynoy Aquino has ...

        Pretty perfect Puerto Princesa pier

        A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 17, 2015

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        Another really nice and rejuvenating nights sleep followed by some tapsilog for breakfast - we've discovered Philippines is pretty good on local cuisine for breakfast, comprising of rice, egg and different kinds of meat - pork, beef, chicken or ham usually. Reluctantly we dragged ourselves away from from our cool bungalow accommodation on the beach and said goodbye to Elma, as a couple of tricycle rides took us out of El Nido where we caught an old ...

        Paradise (kinda), Day 1

        A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jun 27, 2015

        ... say it was extraordinary, but for two nights, it would work!

        We rested a bit before making our way to the infinity pool... Which was not actually infinity haha. Mike and I assume that the reason why they didn't fill the pool up to make it an infinity pool that spilled over was because it's technically rainy season and therefore slower... Meaning there probably isn't enough guests to make it worth it. Nonetheless, it was a great way ...

        Relaxing day between trips

        A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 16, 2014

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        ... very unhappy. We considered eating there one night and dismissed the idea, wondering what time we might actually get through the evening. May be the breakfast episode was a one off, unfortunately we will never know. We walked into town, it's aways amusing watching the different cyclo type vehicles, which are similar to the Indian type, but with the motorbike at the side of the passenger compartment rather than the front. The names written on the front ...

        Fun on Pangalusian Island!

        A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 20, 2014

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        ... sand spit that connects the two larger islands is shaped like a snake. Fun to hike through the native jungle and see the views of the islands around the protected Bacuit Bay.
        Another 20 minutes on the boat from Snake Island we came to Cormagon Island, so named for the tribal artifacts that were discovered here in the cave that we "belly-crawled" into. It was a beautiful cave, with spectacularly colored translucent green rock on the sides of the cave and natural ...