Lola Itang Pension House and Restaurant
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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.
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... the same day from Manila to the island of Palawan.
Everything I read said connections were hard to make to other places because it would take 3-3 1/2 hours to clear immigration and customs in Manila. So, I booked one flight to arrive in Manila at 6:20 P.M. I booked another flight out of Manila for the next morning at 4:30 a.m.
I will need to clear immigration in Manila, catch a shuttle to another terminal, go through security and get my boarding ...
When I told Filipinos that I was going to Palawan they said it was the best kept secret; "Everyone goes to Boracay". However, I went there to visit a friend not as a tourist, consequently I hadn't done any research about the place, nor did I have any expectations. So! I was pretty impressed by the stunning scenery, spectacular mountains, beautiful islands and white sandy beaches. I was even more surprised when I found there were baby bear-cubs ...
We moved on the next day, praying that the weather would improve and that romance would be a bit easier to find on the quiet beaches; we had some big plans for our time in the Philippines.
The bus we took to Port Barton rolled through the jungle, stopping at every farm and village on the way to pick up cargo. The everyday job of the bus drivers takes a bit more bravery than it would in the UK - the assistant drivers were in charge of hauling the cargo (sacks of rice, ...
... we were.
Our last day concluded with a visit to a butterfly park, holding onto a python and standing next to Marilyn Monroe in a weird sort of bakery and series of restaurants.
But now our journey is to begin anew, as tomorrow we head to Sydney and a week of meeting and greeting family and friends, as i introduce Oline to my own initial story. The adventure continues. Stay ...
We arrived in manila airport at 12am safely after 24hrs of flying across the globe. The flights were full of turbulence and food. The first bump on our trip was early on at the detroit airport when Avery took a nose dive on the floor of the airport. After cleaning up a bloody nose, mouth and shirt we continued ...