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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... racing, even a fashion show! We planned to meet up with him in Vietnam and came back to our hostel for the night. On Thursday the weather was lovely! I say lovely. Lovely if you like 29° and 85% humidity at 10 in the morning!!! We got breakfast and took our first malaria pills of the trip in preparation for going to the Philippines. After looking through the information that came with the tablets, we were quite nervous as to what would happen to us. 1 in 10 get vomiting ...
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... group of islands all in/on Palawan before hopping over to Mindoro to visit Bulalacao; Sablayan; & Puerto Galera before heading back to Manila to catch my flight to KK. This obviously meant i needed to extend my Philippine visa for another 14 days. I was resigned to the fact that i would have to pay for a whole additional month at a cost of 3000 peso but when i went to the immigration office in Purto Princesa they informed me that as i had already renewed my initial visa ...
... got our trike home and got some sleep after a long day of traveling.
The following morning, Susan and Ad's maid served us omelette and toast for breakfast and made a special drink to help Dave's cough. A mixture of warm ginger and calamansi juice. She also made up a flask of this for Dave to take out with him. The weather wasn't looking too good so we packed our waterproofs and headed into town to look around. First stop was Drug Man to get Dave some more tablets. ...