Moana Hotel

Address: Rizal Ave. Ext. Bancao-Bancao, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rizal Ave. Ext. Bancao-Bancao, Palawan.
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      Thank you ma'am, no ma'am, toasted ma'am?

      A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem on Jan 28, 2015

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      ... south of the city) dropped our stuff and took a cab to Market!Market!. I gotta say, we are both pretty impressed with the malls in the city. Huge and clean and this mall had "traditional" shops that sold pearls and souvenirs and hats and all shorts of things (talking about hats, we had our first holiday casualty- we forgot our Vietnam farmer hats in the hotel in Puerto:( as well as two Flaky chocolates in the fridge- boooooooooo). Overall Manila sucks, its a ...

      Pangalusian Island, Philippines!

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jan 19, 2014

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      ... the resort we saw lots of really beautiful fish, coral, giant clams, barracuda and lots of other beautiful marine life. Apparently, we are here in what is the off season for them, and the resort is only about 25% occupied, which is a nice benefit for us.
      It is a bit windier this morning, so, we are considering taking the Hobie Cat out for a sail after our dive, we'll see how everything goes.
      The wind actually calmed down while we were scuba diving, ...

      Sabang Underground River

      A travel blog entry by burles on Dec 20, 2013

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      Being in Palawan, we were very close to the underground river in Sabang, which has recently been named one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The six of us (we are still with the Aussies, now there are four of them) booked a pretty unorganized tour to go see it. Long story short, it was late to pick us up, screwed up the timing and made us wait all day to see the river, and then dropped us off in ...

      Philippine's last frontier

      A travel blog entry by miss_j on Sep 15, 2013

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      ... br> For Tour A and C, here is the rundown of islands and lagoons that you will visit: Tour A (Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon, Shimizu island, Secret Lagoon, 7th commando beach). Tour C (Hidden Beach, Matinloc Shrine, Secret Beach, Star Beach, Helicopter island). If you go on tour during Habagat season, expect really strong waves and there are instances that you won't be able to visit islands that are closer to the open sea for safety reasons. For every island, you will ...

      The underground river

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 26, 2013

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      ... of thousands of bats and swiftlets zooming over our heads. Mostly the bats were sleeping, they were really small, dangling from the roof of the cave. The tunnel lead around various corners and opened out into a large open space - originally called St Paul's cathedral after the one in London (hence the old name to the underground river being St Paul's). Amongst all the generic stalagmites and stalagtites, he guide was pointing out various rock shapes - that looks like ...