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 …
... opens early in the morning and if you are lucky you
may be able to get a ticket for the day-of, if you arrive before the daily
allowance of tickets is given out. It is recommended to apply for your permit
for the day following your application to ensure that you are able to visit on
your desired day. We didn't have a whole lot of time to spend in Puerto
Princessa so we decided to wake up early to go to the permit office and hope
... lots of popcorn and French fries!
- Jeepnies: Shiny and super cheap to get about on, and so numerous you didn’t haven’t to wait long for one to drive by.
- Various Beer Samples: Red Horse beer (Norma), and San Miguel’s Pale Pilsener (Rob)
- Roosters: The things were everywhere... evil nasty ‘keep-Rob-awake’ things.
- Driving: Braking was clearly considered optional.
- Hotel ...
... Philippines national hero from back in the day. He wrote loads of papers and books about the negative influence the Spanish oppressive regime had. Eventually he was killed after being imprisoned but his legend lives on. There are statues of him everywhere in The Philippines as well as parks and streets named after him. After a long day of walking around the central sights we eventually ended up at Manila Bay. We sat on the wall surrounded ...
... could explore loads of it. We saw Clown Fish, Eels, Butterflyfish to name a few… As you can tell though, our passion for travelling in the Philippines never materialised and we were excited by the prospect of moving on. A boat, bus, bus, night at hotel, jeepney combo later and we were at the airport flying to Macau. Ridiculously the Philippines carries on its lovely tradition of being pretty *****, by adding a terminal fee payable at the ...
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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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