D' Lucky Garden Inn & Apartelles Palawan
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- 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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... you about 2km into the cave, the river is actually 8km long in total. There are stalagmites and stalactites surrounding you and thousands of bats flying around. None of the pictures came out since it's pitch dark and we had one torch for the boat so we can look around inside the cave, so you can Google "Sabang Underground River" and see for yourself. The excitement for the day was the drive back to the hostel. At ...
... blog about how different mainlanders are from the Chinese people from Hong Kong. Apart from the lack of spitting and the language differences (not that I'm particularly good at telling the difference between the Mandarin I've heard in the other places in China I've been, and Cantonese, which they speak here) there is also the way they treat us that is different. Hong Kongers (is that what they're called??) are obviously used to foreign faces. We went past a tour group from ...
... just one or two small tourist villages. El Nido, 6 hours by van from Puerto Princesa is one of those villages. Located in a small turquoise bay surrounded by limestone cliffs, the scenery couldn't be more dramatic. But the bigger prize, is a trip out to the dozens of smaller islands dotted offshore. The easiest way to do this is a day trip by boat visiting several stunning beaches and swimming and snorkelling in crystal clear hidden lagoons. We decided to go and see ...
... Luckily, it fizzled out and we continued the final few hours, arriving at our connecting junction after dark, where we had to negotiate a motorcycle taxi the final leg - a one hour journey along a dirt track in the pitch black illuminated occasionally by hundreds of glow worms.
It was well after 10pm when we arrived and although the restaurant in our bungalow resort was closed, we had a good feeling about the place and ...
... it was great to be able to cook want we wanted for a change. We liked this place so much we decided to stay for a week which in the end changed to two weeks. We met some really nice people that were staying there long term too. Christian, a swedish guy was staying for a few months, a couple of german girls that were volunteering at a farm were staying for 3 months, a hungarian guy than has lived there for two years now and british Graeme also known as G. He has a bar in ...