Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... for a decent
price. After a bit of an unorganized check, in we all settled in to some very
nice rooms. The day was quite uneventful but we managed to find a great stilted
restaurant above the water on a bay close by. We arrived at nearly the perfect
time to have a couple casual drinks before a very nice sunset. Our meals were
delicious, the French onion soup is supposed to be a Filipino specialty so we
all had to try some. ...
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We're saving our Bangkok sights tour for Feb so have had to find other things to fill our days with...Yesterday we spent almost 5 hours in ...
... side of the road! We walked to the only bar which looked open and had a few drinks and some lovely food. We were so fed up with looking for accommodation we decided to just stay opposite the bar. It was a bad decision. It looked as though the room was being used as a rest place for the workers!! Due to unorganisation on our part we failed to get tickets for the subrterranian river so decided that PP had nothing for us so booked a flight out back to Manila the next day!
... not entertainment standpoint. Do the different colors indicate different minerals present? Ores? Why do bats congregate so densely in certain parts and and not the rest of the caves? How did this come into existence? What other creatures call this home? I think there can be so much more to be said from a geological standpoint, which would help visitors truly appreciate this "natural wonder", beyond saying that this is one of God's gifts to mankind. It just feels ...
Today is one of those days things don't go as expected. We had planned to visit the underground river in Puerto Princesa on our way back to the airport. We are flying out to Manila at 6pm, so we have the afternoon available. A few days ago, we found out we have to get permits in advance. Permits are sold out. We decide to leave Port Barton as scheduled anyway, and figure out something else to do on our way down. The drive is slow, the driver has a much more conservative ...
Other places to stay in Puerto Princesa
214 Abad Santos Extension, Puerto Princesa | Innfrom $21
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Victoria Romasanta St. 4, Puerto Princesa | Innfrom $50
PEO Road, Puerto Princesa | Innfrom $27
Trinidad Rd. Rizal Ave., Puerto Princesa | Innfrom $27
Rizal Ave. Ext. P.E.O. Road, Puerto Princesa | 3 star innfrom $21