D' Lucky Garden Inn & Apartelles Palawan
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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... solitary backpacker walked along on the other side of the roadie front of us, in the direction of the terminal. We watched him wander passed as if watching the slowest tennis server of all time and then decided we would do the same. We went off in the direction of the van terminal, laden with all our gear. Shortly after, a trike passed by so we hopped in and and an even shorted time later we were at the terminal. The place was more awake ...
... technique of flicking the paddle at the end of a wide sweep that keeps it silently on track. Yes! I tried and I got fairly wet as I kept needing to correct by paddling on the 'other side'. To further endear the place to me, Nerisa's brother took us out to beautiful Cowrie island on his big fishing bangas(with motor) and cooked fresh fish on the coals for our picnic. It was pretty magical. Two days definately wasn't long enough for ...
... As we hiked along our guide informed us that "ugong” stands for the reverberating sound that stalactites produce inside of Ugong Rock when hit or pounded with the knuckles or the hand. We climbed, crawled and squeezed our way up to the top where a zip-line was waiting for us for our decent back down. Our guides informed us that it was the fastest zip-line in the Philippines. I convinced Berto that he should try it ...
... baby crocodile, and it was amazing how soft his skin was. His belly was smooth and butter-like, and his claws were so delicate, even when gripping a little more firmly on your arm than you'd like. We spent about 40 minutes walking around the rest of the parks we saw a very unique animal called a bearcat (still not sure which animal it is more closely related to), we heard the beautiful and almost hypnotizing sounds of different birds, and walked through an actual jungle ...
... afternoon with Natalie and Paul. Cheryl is an american from Austin Texas who gave us some insight into what China may be like. She has signed a two year teaching contract and she plans on getting out immediately thereafter. She does not like the climate, the geography or the people all that much. She told us that the smog and air quality is terrible and that there is practically no greenery at all - that everything is paved.
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