Hadefes Cottages

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

      A Palawan update with an unimaginative title...

      A travel blog entry by jab13 on Mar 21, 2015

      20 photos

      ... beach time and Island hopping. On the second day, we found a little oceanfront beach hut and were joined by Kayt and also Asaf, who lived in a cottage across the way (my 'homes' are really just where I am trying to rest my head for a night, so I use that word and 'live' quite loosely). The cottages were great - I love being able to sit outside and just watch the water - but 6-7am wake up calls from the screaming children and street noise didn't really help my lack of sleep problem. ...

      The Sting

      A travel blog entry by purelyperu on Mar 14, 2015

      55 photos

      ... order to draw in more visitors. The journey from Puerto Princesa to El Nido used to be a very cumbersome one with only a dirt road but they are almost done the highway in the north now with only a small amount of unpaved road so our trip was much less bumpy and much shorter (~6-7 hours) than it would have been just a few years ago.

      El Nido is a cute little resort beach town that basically is comprised of two main streets. There are some fun ...

      El Nido Say More?

      A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder on Mar 07, 2015

      53 photos

      ... secret lagoon, I was mesmerized by the beauty of it all. I'm glad I put on a life jacket. I lazily laid on my back in the water and just floated there for 15 minutes. Slowly spinning around to look at everything. Ben continued to look for fishies and free dive (he's gotten pretty good at that). Then we turned around and made our way back to the boat, but not before stopping off to find those clown fish again...

    • Big Lagoon: We went into the big ...

    • Goodbye Miniloc, Hello Lagen Island

      A travel blog entry by leanneroles on Feb 21, 2015

      18 photos

      ... keeps five kayaks at the lagoon for our use so we disembarked our outrigger and hopped into the kayaks for a paddle around the lagoon. (That sounds so much more elegant and effortless than it actually was!). Lady Muck with her sore hand couldn't paddle so she sat in front while her Lover ferried her around. Me, I had to do all my own paddling! It was beautiful. The Small Lagoon is reached by paddling through a narrow ...

      The curse of indecisiveness and too much choice

      A travel blog entry by mallyface on Feb 03, 2015

      ... again when we made it back in to town. Bernie found me hilarious and told me to get some rest. Matt is now in charge of the money. And the passports. The cave was huge but not much to write about and considering that we chose to come all the way out here, mainly, to see the cave, it was a little disappointing. However, everything else we did that day was incredible so it just goes to show that sometimes the path you choose may have a more interesting journey than the ...