D' Lucky Garden Inn & Apartelles Palawan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsD' Lucky Garden Inn & Apartelles Palawan Puerto Princesa
room with aircon, tv, internet connection, private bathroom and near the airport and the center of the city
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TripAdvisor Reviews D' Lucky Garden Inn & Apartelles Palawan Puerto Princesa
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... his lovely wife Helen kindly put us up for the night in their wonderful home in the capital Puerto Princesa. We also met up with my brother Barrie, travelling for 11 years, who had made his way to the island from his latest jaunt in Asia, now sporting a grey tinted beard. David drove us out to Iwahig penal colony, which in simple terms is an open air prison. Prisoners from all over The Philippines are held here to work openly on farms and rice fields. Tourists can sign ...
... 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 ...
... friends (NGA is the company where I am working currently). So, after El Nido, we can go to PP and spend some days with them.
2. We love to see how beautiful El nido is as we already saw Coron and Puerto Princesa. A lot of people says that El Nido is a such a beautiful island.
Although after seeing El Nido, my first love is still Bohol and next is Coron!
What makes this travel beautiful is spending it ...
... add them on. I thought it seemed a little suspicious. When we landed in Manila, the customs immediately told us what we had was a 60 day visa, nothing more. We already have a flight booked out of Manila on Feb. 24 which is day 89 of our stay in the Philippines so we entered the immigration office in Puerto Princesa to see what could be done. To extend our visa another 30 would cost us $350 - that is more than twice the cost of our ...
... town. Later we walked to dinner at Badjao Seafront Restaurant, which was a real treat raised on a wooden platform you walked through mangroves to get to. A lovely chilli prawn dinner later we tricycled home; the tricycles are a different style to Luzon being wider with a single bonnet like roof covering driver and passengers. Stayed at Soritas mansion, Puerto Princesa [T&J rating: ...