Lola Itang Pension House and Restaurant
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After the river in Sabang we headed to PPC (the rain still following us) where Rob had convinced me that rather than take a 1 hour flight to Cebu where we would start our trip around the Visayas,we should take a 29 hour boat with the locals. I agreed thinking that if it was really awful I would just resort to drink to get me through.When we finally …
... and informative. He was a friendly, enthusiastic fella, but "We call this one Sharon…. Sharon Stone!" and every other rock apparently looking like the Virgin Mary, the Nativity, the 3 Wise Men, or Jesus' face just got old really quick. The other options offered were an assortment of vegetables: "This one is giant carrot", "This one is rotten corn", "Giant mushroom" and so on.
It felt like there was so much more to learn and appreciate from ...
... have little rest in pre-departure area of the airport waiting for our flight to Puerto Princesa City at 1100H.
ARRIVAL. Landed at 1200H and Kiko communicated us. I booked Audissie Pension,owned and run by Kiko's family, a budget but a comfortable hotel within the city for P800 per night. We miscommunicated Kiko for he requested a van to pick up us from the airport but we already hired a tricycle to bring us to the hotel which cost 60 pesos for ...
... be able to do the exchange. And with that we were off to the mall. And guess what? Linsanity is alive and well in Puerto Princesa. Then again, since they were karaokeing over NBA highlights from the '80's back in Cartegena, maybe I shouldn't have been so surprised.
Later, back at Abanico we wasted no time turning down Trevor's, "How about a few beers?" and instead retreated to the boat for a quiet and early ...
... room, hot shower, TV, free brekkie and WIFI and
extra touches like a free drink on arrival.
Unsure whether to stay
a bit longer in Puerto Princesa and see the sights there or wait
until we had to return for our flight to Cebu on the 14th
we walked into town and asked around a few travel shops and hostels
about accommodation and transport to Port Barton our next
destination. As most places seemed to be booked up ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLola Itang Pension House and Restaurant Puerto Princesa
The room we've got is small and isn't really worth to be considered a double room. It's not worth the prize you pay.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.