Lola Itang Pension House and Restaurant
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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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... choice, faithful to it's name) and then booked a day tour to go to the underground river, about an hour and a half away. Went via a mini-van with seven other people, mostly Filipinos but also a guy from the French Alps. While this isn't high season, I was concerned that I might not be able to get a ticket to see it because they do limit the number of visitors.
It was interesting to see how they manage the flow of visitors at a ...
... the people on the trip and the quality of the guide. Of the two tours we did, this was memorable only by the guides disinterest. The boat ride back to the mainland had an atmosphere about it, if only she would admit she messed up, it would have been forgiven far easier than the excuses she made. This was our last day in Puerto Princesa, it had been an enjoyable time. We returned to Captain Ribs for our last meal and it lived up to its previous ...
... sell me a hotel room. No hostels all hotels. All the tricycles wanted to take me to the most expensive hotels. I asked the tourist information desk how far away the city centre was and if I could easily walk there. They told me it was 2km away and is dead easy to get to. It was a straight road into the city. I decided to walk.
It didn't take me too long until I reached the city centre but I had problems finding hostels. I had to pull over a tricycle and ask ...
... pick up and take it for a ride. There was just a hint of saltiness to the air, but completely devoid of smells. For maybe the first time ever the air smelled like nothing - just pure and clean. It was impossible to think anywhere else could be more beautiful.
We continued to think that until we arrived at Cowrie Island, an island so different from the previous but so gorgeous. Starfish Island was calm on the surface and thriving below the waters, Luli Island was calm ...
... is that on weekend nights, food vendors gather in a central spot (in this case, on the sidewalk by the sea) and set up mobile grills, chairs, and tables. Everyone in town comes down to eat and visit. In Puerto Princessa, there were also bike rentals and other fun things, so people watching was interesting. We spent the night eating grilled seafood and enjoying a few local beverages with ...