Mary The Queen Apartelle

Taylor Road, Palawan, Philippines | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Palawan

Our day on Honda Bay

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 17, 2014

4 photos

... told we are able to snorkel there and see lots of star fish. We arrived after about 30 minutes, had some tables and shelter from the sun allocated to our group and were told to feel free to snorkel until lunch. Snorkel we did, it was pleasant, but only one starfish was spotted, by my wife and photo duly taken. There were a few tropical fish to see but nothing spectacular. Still lunch was still to be served, my mouth watered as we saw ...

Sabang Underground River

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on May 08, 2013

9 photos

... than five kilometers long but only the first kilometer is open for tourists. It was really an astonishing sight (but hard to capture on pictures). Some parts of the cave were huge (we guess more than 30 meters in height) and for sure we saw a lot of stalactites and stalagmites (we leave it to you to google which one is which ;)). With a bit of fantasy and the inputs of the guide one also could “see” a lot of animals and figures carved out of ...

Amazing Palawan!

A travel blog entry by travelpilipinas on Feb 10, 2013

27 photos

... view at Las Cabanas and see lots of foreigners by the bay located at the back of Mam Ana's house.

Finding a place to eat is not a problem. You can find lots of resto and simple eateries, food stands around the place.

After a wholeday island hopping tour with our foreign companions who became our friends, we traveled back to Puerto Princesa and stayed back to Duchess Pension where we left some of our belongings and just paid a minimal amount for ...

Puerto Princesa: The City In A Forest!

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier on Jan 14, 2013

31 photos

... we drove the next morning to Sabang.


We decided again to travel like the locals. A trike (a motorcycle with sidecar for 2-3 persons) took us to the bus terminal 6 km away. There we took a jeepney, the most common public transport in the Philippines. These are old American Jeeps, designed for about 12 people, but sometimes twice as many people travel in it - plus luggage! Who has no place inside moves simply on the roof :-) We were lucky that our jeepney to Sabang ...

Finally on vacation!

A travel blog entry by robin.p.tuck on Jan 01, 2013

1 comment, 55 photos

... the same as China. But because the philippines is a country driven by the church there were many people a posed to this. However on one of our last days we found out that the government has put this rule into practice). Jess and I found our way back to the hotel as fast as we could and went and took a nap. We woke up to our door being knocked on and we knew it had to be Dora and Emily. It was so nice that all 4 of us were in the same hotel. It really was so ...

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