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Very accomodating, friendly, and approachable staffs. Package tours offered are very affordable. Great!
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... that i was on the roof, i can barely remember a thing back then.
2012, I stepped foot, first time, on Puerto Princesa with my son and my boyfriend, but i cannot consider it as a leisure travel, as we went there to... well... buy a property (thinking that i could actually buy one with the amount of money on my hand... barely 400k (well ...
... do three things - explore this island paradise to the extent that time permits (here for six days), see the world's longest underground river, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (not because it's the longest, but because it's beautiful), and to visit El Nido, which is near the top of Palawan and is the gateway to one of the world's most beautiful archipelagos.
When I got to Puerto at 6:30 am I headed to my pre-booked hotel, Hibiscus ...
... 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 ...
... how quickly the water got very deep. One minute there is a large coral reef below us and the next, it tapers off to total blackness. So, we quickly turned back towards all the activity. Being in the water with all those fish and different plants in the middle of the Sulu Sea in the Philippines was an experience we hope to never forget!
Our next island was Luli island. It took only 20 minutes by boat to get there. 'Luli' comes from the Filipino words meaning ...
... in between. People appear to live simple and uncomplicated lives here. They are really friendly and greet us with a smile, a wave, a hello and goodbye - especially the children. We get a break from the heat by taking refuge in a local supermarket and a place to eat. The rooftop bar provides a great spot to watch the sun go down with a cold San Miguel beer (or three). The annual 'Mr. Puerto' competition kicks off at the local pier but before we ...