Niko's Cabanas & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
- Одно из приро
76;ных чудес света наход
80;тся на этом остро
74;е - это подзе
... did the tour, the Underground River. Unfortunately as we approached the river area by boat, the thunder that had been rumbling turned to full blown rain. As we disembarked to walk the short distance to the muster area for boarding the underground river boats, the rain continued to fall. I wonder if it was the weather conditions that caused what seemed like total chaos, or was it normal chaos! We seemed to wait for an eternity in the pouring rain for our ...
... petrol, roosters etc) onto the top of the bus, climbing on the window ledges, all while the bus was hurtling over rocky ground. Halfway through the journey, a checkpoint soldier stopped us to check for mangoes on boardboard, as the southern mangoes have parasites that would invade the north, so they're quarantined. We had everything from roosters to bales of hay, but no mangoes.
Four rickety hours later, we pulled into a tiny seaside village in a cove.
Next stop: Port Barton!
... our boat when we went camping on the islands for 3 days. Christopher is a nephew of Richard's wife and told us that practically everyone in the town is partially related in someway to his family. He laughingly told us the story of how he used to come home from school with a new girl friend and would quietly find out that they were related too closely. This happened more than once. Christopher said it was frustrating. But he was a great captain ...
I didn't explore the capital at all, as it seemed to be another maze of tiny shacks and shops. The hostel I stayed in here however was great. Banwa's Art house. If you happen to be passing through, which is all you will really do in Puerto Princessa, stay here. The staff are lovely and very helpful and even remembered my name when I came back after El Nido before flying out of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet