Audissie

Address: 31 Malvar Street , Puerto Princesa, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Pension
 
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This pension is located on 31 Malvar Street , Puerto Princesa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAudissie Puerto Princesa

    Reviewed by kwentuhero

    Great people and with big room!

    Reviewed May 15, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Mlang , Philippines Flag of Philippines

    I'm very thankful that I selected Audissie. First, the room is big with cheap price. Second, the hotel is within the city, near baywalk, markets, banks. All tricycle driver know this hotel. Third, the staffs especially Kiko is always helping and communicating his guests about tour bookings and problems.
    Also, they have the cheapest package. Accommodation with tour.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Audissie Puerto Princesa

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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa

    Beach life at last

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... for an hour until we left. That bus must've been 50 degrees, I was sweating like I'd never sweated before. Parts of my body I didn't know could sweat were dripping, even my eyeballs were pouring sweat. Finally we set off, the bus jam packed with all kinds of provisions that obviously cannot be found in the remote villages, from building materials to dozens of bags of rice. We were stocked up with food too as we had been advised to take our own. The journey was tedious, ...

    Philippines

    A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on May 11, 2014

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    ... recommended as two of the island's highlights. Landing at the airport we secured a minibus to Port Barton which lay four hours north, El Nido being three hours further. We quickly discovered that the journey wasn't going to be at all comfortable with the roads and driving representing an episode of 'Wacky Races'. This was confirmed when a truck almost clipped us and its driver and ours pulled over, jumped out and geared up for a punch ...

    Puerto Princesa and the underground River

    A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... a white person before. It was slightly unnerving. We got back on the road and kept talking to our driver in our ongoing plan to keep him awake. Ahead of us on the road we could see a lorry wobbling into all lanes. Our driver said the lorry driver was probably asleep!! As we kept him talking, we learnt lots about the history of Manila, it's churches and we saw the early morning flower market. It was about 4am by this point and the streets were so busy, people always seem ...

    Miniloc Island, El Nido

    A travel blog entry by sassybessie on Jan 26, 2014

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    ... because the price is too expensive)! When we arrived, a group of people were singing to welcome us and they put a necklace made of leaf. They also offered warm face towel and an iced tea.

    The breakfast, lunch and dinner are in buffet style and they offer variety of food including beef, pork, seafood, bread, dessert and fruits. I love their crabs and shrimps as I am a fan of seafood.

    You also have an ...

    Puerto Princezzzzzzzza

    A travel blog entry by mgoodyear on Feb 01, 2013

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    ... whose names I sadly forget. Others wave and grin at you from the backs of motorcycles or courtyards in their houses. They are ridiculously cute (this is ME saying that; I am generally not good at kids) and it is so striking coming here form Siem Reap. In SR, the tiny kids will also come up to talk to you, but not just to talk; they're all trying to sell your something on the orders of their parents. We saw kids who can't have been more than about 6 selling postcards and other bits, who ...

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