Puerto Pension

Address: 35 Malvar Street, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 35 Malvar Street, Puerto Princesa.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa

      Puerto Princesa Underground River

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 09, 2014

      3 comments, 152 photos

      ... and then waited a final 20 minutes for a smaller boat, paddled by a river guide, that would take us into the river.

      There were signs all around telling us not to feed the Macaque monkeys, which hang out by the beach and in the rain forest. Seems they've developed a liking for human food - big surprise - and can be quite ingenious in how they get it, including routinely going into people's bags to grab stuff. Well, it's true... we ...

      Our day on Honda Bay

      A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 17, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the people on the trip and the quality of the guide. Of the two tours we did, this was memorable only by the guides disinterest. The boat ride back to the mainland had an atmosphere about it, if only she would admit she messed up, it would have been forgiven far easier than the excuses she made. This was our last day in Puerto Princesa, it had been an enjoyable time. We returned to Captain Ribs for our last meal and it lived up to its previous ...

      Puerto Princesca

      A travel blog entry by lolly2012 on Jan 21, 2013

      4 photos

      ... of the ready, steady, cook use what we've got variety, but we didn't care.
      The town itself was fairly charmless. Set along a thin strip of brown sand, busy with all the dive operators shuttling people back and forth we were mostly content with chilling in our room with cookery programmes and cooking ourselves. Nothing like Man vs. Food and Hells Kitchen to get you salivating and then cooking something. I guess what was cool from a diving ...

      Massacre, crocs, islands

      A travel blog entry by kandroma on Dec 21, 2012

      41 photos

      Our first country where we didn't have a friend to greet us. We decide to just head down to Rizal street and wander. Rizal goes from port to port, wharf on one end, airport near the other. We were spoiled with cafes with wifi at every turn in our previous countries. This town hasn't catered to the touring masses like siem reap nor gone into full scam mode like Bangkok. Kind of nice to be inconvenienced. I remembered a place recommended by an old friend of mine, Nathaniel and seek ...

      Probing Puerto Princesa Underground River

      A travel blog entry by arnobs66 on Sep 30, 2012

      14 photos

      ... shebang during our short sojourn to the country’s biggest province exceeded my great expectations! And one thing is certain: I’ll surrender anew — open arms, legs and all! — to another seduction that would come my way, hopefully on a bright summer day. When that time comes, I wish Palawan won’t disappoint. And that it’ll remain as green a paradise as I first caught a glimpse of the Philippines’ Last Frontier. :D