Niko's Cabanas & Restaurant
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... for a good 20 mins with him stopping to ask the locals where we can find pizza!! Finally we stumbled across a shop in a pitch dark road lit only by candlelight, but he made pizza! Supper sorted we headed back. B had a bacon and mango pizza which was super sweet! So luckily had mine as a backup. Retired to our room, the kids tried to greet us with all the English words they knew which was quite funny. Off to bed now to hopefully complete our journey to El Nido ...
... and one bloke literally stopped and stared right up to my face as we walked past. Creep! The next day we woke up early (about 9 in backpacker speak) to take advantage of the sunny weather that was forecast the night before. It was raining. It wasn't even raining. It was ******* it down. We found out later there was a black warning of rain. This is bad. We hung around our little room until nearly midday and, as the rain had eased, we went out. The new improved forecast ...
... from the top of the hill we zip lined down, Jo did it sitting and I did it by Superman and it really flew and at the end the 2 guys who thought they would stop me ended in a heap with Superman on top but no injuries ! I actually enjoyed it and would do it again.
The Underground River is a World Heritage Site and after a 3 hour van ride you get on a boat to the beach and from there a short walk to ...
... we head down the beach to get some food. Here we had some of the cheapest and most flavoursome food and were also introduced to Tanduay Rum. The world's best selling rum by volume it was sold as full strength 80% proof or the lighter 55% proof versions. A 750ml bottle cost just £1.49 and it was a drink we both enjoyed numerous times throughout or journey in the Philippines.
Our bungalow, complete with hammock and ...
... Island, Luli Island and Cowrie Island.
We started our trip with a short ride to the harbour from where we would take a boat to our first island, Starfish Island. The boat ride was just as gorgeous as the one from the day before. As we got further away from Palawan and closer to the smaller islands, we could see large, fluffy clouds hover over each mountain top. The forecast called for scattered showers on mainland Palawan, but lucky for us, it was nothing but ...