The Lotus Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews The Lotus Garden Puerto Princesa
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... parts of the island by hiring motorbikes. As most of the road is dirt, we hired some off-road bikes and went off to explore. We found several beaches with no one else on them, no development and with beautiful crystal clear warm water. Whilst I've decent experience riding bikes on the road, this was the 1st time I'd properly gone off road. It felt like proper 'Ewan and Charlie' stuff, avoiding pot holes, riding through thick mud puddles, small streams and across ...
... very serene. The commentary had it's moments of humour, our guide described in detail the different areas of the caves and how he perceived the rock formations, for example, he pointed out the head of Christ and then the Last Supper. We entered an area with large naturally vaulted ceilings which he likened to St Paul's Cathedral. The next area was his vegetable area where formations resembled carrots or beans etc. His best line however came as we approached ...
... with his family to Australia, spent 20 years there and came back to the Philippines for 3 years for a break from it all. He’s a really top guy, he kindly showed us around a few times, we discovered badjao seafront restaurant with him which is beautiful, you walk through the mangroves to get there and its out on the water, you can watch the sun go down, and the fishing boats coming and going. We heard from Henry whom we met in tad lo in laos and last saw in cambodia, he ...
You may have noticed that I haven't mentioned much about food in the last 4 weeks of my trip. This is highly unusual, since food occupies most of my conversations when I'm home. I must admit that food in the Phils didn't blow me away. I had a few meals that were good, but everything else was ok to decent. I don't know if it's because the seasoning here is very salty. Or that meat and rice are the main course and I didn't feel balanced with an equal portion ...
... and swam and got some pretty awesome sun burns. We ate some delicious island foods and got to see 2 of the 7000 islands in the Philippines.
The next couple days were filled with relaxing and enjoying the weather. We flew back to Manila and then had a 3 hour bus ride ahead of us to make it to the City we were flying out of to go to Thailand. We weren't overly impressed by Angeles City but we didn't stay for ...