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TravelPod Member ReviewsAudissie Puerto Princesa
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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... Apart from some fairly cheesy remarks or poor jokes coming from the tour guide (for a example, with reference to a stalagmite that had the profile of a naked lady - "look Sharon Stone"), the only other noises came from the tweets of hundreds, if not thousands of swiftlets, echolocating (like bats) there way through the caves. Just forty-five minutes later we were back out of one of the biggest subterranean rivers in the world. Unfortunately due to time restrictions they only allow ...
... do we get on the boat to transfer us across the very choppy area of the South China Sea, and there we experience two more sections of queueing. Eventually we enter the caves in a small rowing boat, inside the caves full of really interesting rock sculptures and God knows how many bats, which of course means bat poop! 45 minutes later we finish, feeling exhausted and a little in disbelief how much ...
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... though - their distress made the journey more enjoyable for me. Our remaining time in Puerto Princesa was spent trying to prevent Gen getting ill. We didn't succeed. She thinks she has a hybrid form of tonsillitis, meningitis, and malaria. While she was feeling sorry for herself I went to a local WWII museum, and learned quite a lot about what happened in the war in these parts including the formation of the Palawan resistance, and one of the worst Japanese atrocities of the ...
... We asked the tricycle driver on the way back where we can get some good local food. He recommended a place that honestly looked more like a community cafeteria than a restaurant. But when it comes to food, DO believe a local!! The food was so good. It actually tasted like a home-cooked meal over a heap of white rice. YUM. Mission accomplished! Gesa and I also shared a tub of triple chocolate ice cream after being desert-deprived for weeks. Oh we were so happy ...