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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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We woke up to the pitter patter of rain on the roof of the villa. Uh oh. During the night the power also went out and the emergency lights came up... probably due to this same rain. Despite the weather, Mike and I were optimistic that the clouds would clear and we would get good weather for our Honda Bay Island Hopping Tour! We were leaving Palawan in the evening after the tour, so we made sure that our bags were packed and ready to go.
It was wet and rainy ...
... entering our room, we noticed our room wasn't as cold as we expected an air conditioned room to be... Mike kept making comments about how it felt like it was just a fan blowing air. After a shower though, we decided we were far too tired to even worry about it and just decided to get a good nights rest!
Tomorrow would be a a 6am wake up so that we would be ready for a 7:30am pick up for our tour of the Underground River Tour! :)
After our last blog, we went outside and there were blue skies!!! We went over to Hong Kong Island to climb up Victoria Peak and have a decent view over the city. After leaving Central station we walked up through the Zoological and Botanical Gardens. Well I say we. It was rather hot, and Susie decided that she would rather get the tram than go up Old Peak Road. She left me and we planned to meet up at the tram stop at the top. Easy! There were some interesting birds in the ...
... forwards with arms outstretched in flying mode, shouting Geronimo, or something similar. The dye was indeed well and truly cast, how could we refuse. It was an experience, is a fair comment. The rock climbing wasn't overtaxing, but there is no doubt it wouldn't have got a Health & Safety stamp in many countries. The Zip Line, superman style I cannot comment on, regular I can, it was alright. Secretly I wish I had done it Superman. Onwards for the ...
... br> What a great relaxing day, which got us ready for the 5am wake up call on our last day here, ready for the sunrise hike to the top of the island!
Very fun to take off on the narrow path into the dense jungle in total darkness with flashlights illuminating the steep path to the summit lookout. It only took us 20 minutes to hike up the steep incline to the lookout, and was great to see the lights of the other El Nido resorts, and El Nido Town on the edges of ...