Bambua Nature Cottages
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... fly to Palawan Island.
The plane arrived in Manila 40 minutes ahead of schedule. Clearing immigration and customs took only 15 minutes. This is good and bad. The horrendous long lines I was told about didn't happen, and I breezed through the airport in Manila. That was good. The bad part is, now I have a very long wait at the next terminal before my onward flight.
At 5:45 a.m. I landed in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Palawan is an island in the Philippines. ...
... Port Barton would be to hack through the jungle with a machete but we didn't have any bandanas to wrap around our heads and without being able to fully commit we opted for the 4x4 down the jungle "road". There was no dozing to take place on this leg of the journey, we were shaken, stirred, rocked and rolled for 22km and loved every second of it. I'm not sure if it was genuine joy or more reasonably, the delirium of travelling for two days straight and having so ...
Puerto Princesa is the 'gateway' to the islands and beaches of Palawan. It's also where I intend on getting my necessary visa extension. It hasn’t occurred to me that there would be public holidays here due to new years (I just looked at it as a western excuse for a few days off) and I unfortunately find the immigration office closed for the week. Aughhh!!!!! This turns out to be just the beginning of my visa extension dramas.....
A friend asked ...
We were greeted by a smiling lady in her late 70s with “Hello! I am Tita Lucy”. She ushered us to our rooms. The rooms do not have aircon and television but what difference can it make, if electricity is only from 6PM to 10PM, anyway? What’s important is that the rooms are clean and airy. It’s just almost 4PM so we decided to go to the beach which is only few steps away, to wait ...
... dock. Which wasn't a dock at all, just a beach where they anchor the boats up. We walk out to our awaiting boat.. Hmmm, that boat looks like all the rest. " that boat seats 16? " i ask. No english our boat captain smiled. I think we've been had. We tread through the water to reach the boat with our packs securely on our backs, the ocean water reaching to our waists. We climb up the small ladder inside., this boat seats 6.. Wheres the other 10 seats? We all laugh, of ...