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- Continental Breakfast
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- Multilingual staff
- Free airport shuttle
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYsabelle Mansion Puerto Princesa
we enjoyed our stay in this hotel for 4 days. they have a good service and they clean the room from time to time. the employess are trustworthy, they are accomodating and pleasing.
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Greetings from Puerto Princesa, Palawan! The island of Palawan is one of the most photographed islands of the Philippines. It's known for their amazing white sand beaches, hidden lagoons, "secret" beaches, and, well, mosquitoes. I started in Puerto Princesa, most famous for the Underground River. I went with a few people from the hostel and after taking a boat ride to the entrance you're transferred to another boat ...
... paid and queued for this cave, which impressive nonetheless, not worth 8 hours of queueing in a day! The minivan drives us back along the windy and bumpy roads, but the journey seemed far shorter for me as I managed to get some shut eye. The saving grace for the day was meeting some really nice people, notably a 28 year old half Philippino and half American who we agreed to meet for dinner at the ...
... in their self sustaining house with a few rooms to rent and a small cafe. He was pretty surprised to see us pull up in his yard as, being the wet season, he said he hadn't had any visitors for over 2 weeks, and thus had no food in store, but in a true loud, brash Arizonan accent, he promised us he could knock us a classic American style burger and homemade fries..."hey uh, I could do you guys a nice big fat juicy burger and fries, with tomaayto and coocumber and I ...
... together. Tally was really lucky and on our first day found a bookswap and someone had just swapped in a Philippines book. Perfect for our last few weeks. The previous traveller had circled a few things and one of them was another guesthouse not far from where we were staying so we checked it out and ended up changing to the new one. Its called 'Aniceto’s pension'. It was perfect, just out of town but not too far, so it was a quieter locals area of puerto princesa. ...
... would go much farther back in the Philippines. Subli means 'something inherited' and this land along with all the buildings was passed down to them by their parents. They have a home of their own right next door to the cabins. It is a wonderful set up.
So what have we done here besides lounge and relax? We have spent much of our time meeting and talking to new people. There was Fred and Alex, a couple of older gents who we ...