Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... an almost underwater feeling inside, everything bathed in a cool blue hue. The high-ceilinged nave of the church also meant that the airy interior provided a much-needed reprieve from the searing sun (it seems a LOT hotter here than Manila, since we're closer to the equator). I was really impressed at the unique details in this church, especially the wood panels/engraving on the ceiling and the capiz shell lights. A very cool interpretation of a Cathedral - a ...
... where we put on our life vests and helmets. Then a paddled boatman whom our underground tour guide arrived to pick us and started the tour inside the longest underground river which was now included in the Seven Wonders of Nature. I'm seated in the front seat so I'm maneuvering the spot light of the boat. .I clearly saw stalagmites and stalactites in vegetation, animals, and biblical forms. Also, the entire cave is with foul smell because of bats and cave ...
... also departing PP on Monday we went in with a plan: No. Rum. Guess how that one worked out?
On the bright side... Tim stayed away from the bongos. On the not so bright side... Let's just say there's a good chance I'll end up on a Filipino YouTube channel and leave it at that. That said, the band was just as good as we thought we remembered and the intermission guy was back. Only this time he dropped much of the Eagles stuff for ...
... in some skimpy dresses (fortunately with shorts
underneath due to their vigorous dance moves) that appeared to have
been created by one of their Mums out of her curtains. After a break
between sets the ladies' outfits had really hotted up. One looked
stunning in the teeniest hot pants ever made, whilst another, in a
slightly unconventional look was wearing spanx, a fetching orange
top, thigh high boots, one long stripey sock and a matching wool
scarf. I suspect ...
... a whole day and I had to catch a return bus at 1pm.
The scenery was lush and unspoilt, so it was great travelling thro’ the few villages here and seeing local life. Five types of forest grow here, including the lowland evergreen, semi-deciduous forests, forests over limestone, beach forests and mangrove forests. I saw several mangrove areas, especially as many are found around the rivers and creeks. There was lots of rice ...
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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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