Hadefes Cottages

Address: Ca Alan, El Nido, Palawan, 235345b2, Philippines | Ranch
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      Travel Blogs from El Nido

      Where's the typhoon?

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Dec 08, 2014

      ... cards with some other people in the hostel. Read some. Did some small exercises in my room.

      Around 4:30 or so a couple of us got a tricycle to Las Cabanas beach. That's the beach about fifteen minutes away from El Nido town that's supposed to be really good to watch the sunset. Since I'd only caught the tail end of it the day before I wanted to go there and actually go down to the beach and see if we would ...

      El Nido

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Dec 06, 2014

      ... and I snagged a bunch of tissues from the tables to use in the bathroom there and in future stops. I also bought a small bag of cashews. Cashews appear to be extremely inexpensive here = I don't know if they grow them here or what, but I think it's great! I didn't end up actually eating any cashews until I got into my hostel in El Nido but it was still nice to have in case I got hungry on the road.

      At the breakfast place we left behind several ...

      Puerto Princesa, El Nido & The Bacuit Islands

      A travel blog entry by robahalliday on Nov 19, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... helicopter island; the camp which was on the furthest west Bacuit Island looking out across the South China Sea; and, El Gordo himself who is a happy go lucky dude in his late forties who prior to 'settling down' and getting married and setting up his hostel and tour business taught English as a foreign language for a decade across SE Asia. The days involved kayaking under the iconic sheer limestone cliffs ...

      El Nido - Archipelago Heaven

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 12, 2014

      4 comments, 107 photos

      ... but it doesn't. But with solar power, the water gets warmish by late afternoon.

      To give you a sense of how rustic El Nido is, there are few buildings over two storeys, most are pretty dingy (although there are a number of new ones and considerable construction going on), electricity is available for about half the day only (some places, like my hotel, have generators that provide basic service beyond this), and there are no ATMs in the city (for security reasons, ...

      Philippines - El Nido

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 100 photos

      ... its small head out of the water 50-100 meters offshore…we realized it was a turtle! As we paid our attention to the oceanīs surface we could see around 7 turtle heads appearing and disappearing within 3 minutes.

      Even though it was getting cold we couldnīt leave without seeing properly at least one turtle. Gonzalo and I jumped to the water again having a clear mission: “Letīs find the stupid hawksbill turtle before it gets dark!” After 5 minutes I ...