Marco Polo Plaza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a boat, we took a flight to its capital Puerto Princesa. There we had to take a mini van to El Nido in the northern tip. It is actually not that far, but the roads are so bad maintained that it was an exhausting trip and took 8 hours. Unfortunately my travelbuddy doesn't have any friends on the island and the chance of rain was high, so we had to find some accommodation. I heard from others that the beaches of El Nido are among the most beautiful in the world, so I had pretty ...
... to hold a butterfly and took many random photos with the butterflies. We hopped back into the van after enjoying home made ice cream and continued on our way to a Tarsier nature sanctury. It was amazing seeing the smallest monkey in the world that exist only in the Philippines and Indonesia. They have such big eyes and are quite odd looking! We then drove to the brides house to hang out with the groom, the bride and ...
... Red Cross area with Helen. After walking in circles a few times and constantly fending off tuktuk drivers unwilling to believe that we actually wanted to walk, finally getting directions off a soldier who kept letting his rifle swing towards us, we made it to the abandoned building that the Red Cross have taken over.
The building was filled to overflowing with aid donations. Mounds of second hand clothing, boxes upon boxes of food and, to my surprise, a ...
... and ran downstairs to store them some place safe. Our first thought, the refrigerator which we had set on top of a table in case of flooding the night before.
We all ran upstairs to collect more of our important items we thought would be safe from the expected flooding on our second floor, which were instead being damaged by our failing roof. When Sebastian entered his room we realized the roof was going, half of his roof was gone and the ...
... on Facebook about it. So lucky I didn't get myself up at 2.20am for the 6 hour round trip then! But also a bit of a shame. Whalesharks and me, we're just not meant to be. --------- So to a day in Cebu where EVERYTHING is closed. This is fun. At least the wifi works. --------- Easter in the Philippines is a serious religious event. There's no Easter bunnies, no eggs and certainly no egg hunts! There are church services happening all over the city and everything is ...