The Lotus Garden
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lotus Garden Puerto Princesa
Staff are incredibly friendly, food is delicious and rooms are comfortable. It's easy to book tours and air tickets at reception and it's all for a pretty good price.
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... underwhelming as it was full of seaweed. But the sunsets were to die for and the tranquility of it was heavenly, until nightfall. As soon as the sun had gone down we were attacked by every insect imaginable and the frogs from the nearby pond decided to have a get-together in what can only be described as an all night frog rave. The noise was deafening. Even my trusty earplugs couldn't keep the noise out. I'm not sure if it was some kind of mating call but if it was ...
... we head down the beach to get some food. Here we had some of the cheapest and most flavoursome food and were also introduced to Tanduay Rum. The world's best selling rum by volume it was sold as full strength 80% proof or the lighter 55% proof versions. A 750ml bottle cost just £1.49 and it was a drink we both enjoyed numerous times throughout or journey in the Philippines.
Our bungalow, complete with hammock and ...
... As we are landing we can see islands scattered across a turquoise sea, I don't feel tired anymore and just want to see where we are. As we head out the airport, I look for a Tuk Tuk but instead there are motorbikes with sidecars everywhere. We hop in one and take a 5 minute ride to our hotel. All I can see is palm trees and brightly coloured shacks everywhere- total paradise! Our guest house is the same, called the Colour Mansion it is brightly painted and covered ...
... Miniloc to Big Lagoon
2. Sunset Cruise
1. Breakfast in Miniloc
2. Island Hopping - Snake Island, Dibuluan Island (we had our lunch here and did a bit of snorkeling) and Entalula Island (The sand is fine although it is nothing compared to Bohol and Boracay).
In Entalula, we did the rock climbing and this is our first time to do it. It was actually fun!
Ninoy was too nervous ...
Despite the brown out meaning our fan cut out at around 6am, we slept well in our beach hut. After a quick morning swim we grabbed a pancake breakfast and wandered down the very picturesque beach. Despite only being around 10am it was a scorcher! About 2km away from the main beach we found a secluded cove with great shallow water where we swam. After grabbing a coconut to rehydrate we showered in ...