Pads by Legends Hotel
Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... The lookout point was amazing. It was high atop a mountain and looked out onto Honda Bay. Obviously, we knew how beautiful it was, but it was amazing to see it from a different point of view. We were only here for a short time, but it was long enough to bond with a few of the cows in a neighbouring farm. Our last stop of the day was Baker's Hill and the name pretty much sums it up. It was a village on top of the mountain with several shops specializing in Philippine ...
... into headless chicken mode and I had visions of the South America debacle. Happily for us the Cebu Pacific staff were a great deal more helpful than American Airlines and gave us internet access at the desk rather than sending us off to a cyber café and I was able to produce our tickets and we were given our boarding cards for both flights.The very helpful lady suggested we save our Sabah tickets to pdf as PP airport ...
... opens early in the morning and if you are lucky you
may be able to get a ticket for the day-of, if you arrive before the daily
allowance of tickets is given out. It is recommended to apply for your permit
for the day following your application to ensure that you are able to visit on
your desired day. We didn't have a whole lot of time to spend in Puerto
Princessa so we decided to wake up early to go to the permit office and hope
... some card games, before ordering our dinner. We walked back along the beach and both found ourselves admiring the wonderful star filled night.
On our final morning in Port Barton, we got up with plenty of time to catch the 9am Jeepney back to Puerto Princesa. The half-bus-half-lorry machine was nearly full when we arrived and in the time we were sat there, the roof was also loaded up with numerous crates of fish, each dribbling water and smelling briny. When ...
... of Jesus, there is a last supper, the Virgin Mary, a lion, a dragon. And now the fruit and vegetable section - a garlic, corn, carrot etc etc! We turned around in the largest dome - 67m high and made our way back. Again looking at glittering rocks, hanging bats and listening to the drip, drip, drip of water. Coming back out again, the jungle and water framed by the black opening of the cave was really pretty. Then it was back on another bangka, back to Sabang. ...
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