Tropical Sun Inn
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... I walked around town for a few hours, much of it on the Bay Walk, a promenade that lines the bay, with locals strolling up and down, kids playing, patio restaurants competing with kiosks to sell you dinner. To get there I passed by their main church/cathedral, which was absolutely packed for the Sunday evening service, doors open and people - of all ages - spilling outside. And it's a BIG building. Just another reminder of how devout many Filipinos ...
... nice people, but all late or were they, the early knock on effect started with us, maybe we should have got on the bus at 6.30 as we were originally told. The lesson for all tourists on a tour, if you are the first pick up, don't get on the bus until the time stipulated. The very thought that we will be on our way earlier is a misnomer, unless everyone else is in on it!!, Couples and families arrived on the mini bus in all states of undress, mothers with ...
... of beers. I got talking to a nice French guy from my hostel who has just finished a year working in Australia. He told me I should go back to Indonesia and do Java Island and the Island above it. He said they are both filled with amazing hikes which is right up my street. So I've now added that to my long list.
For my evening meal I headed out to a restaurant that the lonely raved about. I didn't have a clue where it was so I googled it. Google said it ...
... fell asleep in the terminal and almost missed our flight! But it was well worth it, what a beautiful friendly place we discovered! We left the airport and walked outside where there was the usual tricycle (tuk tuk) drivers but they didn’t come running up to us, they just politely said do you need a ride and if we said no they stopped! We were in shock! In vietnam they didn’t leave you alone they keep asking where you going or tell you its very far to walk ...
... walls of the cave justifies the declaration of the Puerto Princesa Underground River as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Of course the river was originally discovered by native Filipinos but because they didn't know how to promote their discovery an American explorer came along & laid claim to this. Apparently last count there were more than 4000 bats in the cave & approx. 8 species. You have to wear a *********** the boat ...