Crystal Paradise Resort & Winery
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Crystal Paradise Resort & Winery Narra
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... are nice I can then stop stereotyping this part of the world and these kind of people. I will be hesitant traveling here, but once the trip is over, I will be fulfilled with a knowing that I was wrong to judge. Not only do I hope to change my judgments, but I hope to completely shut down my judgements by shutting down my brain. Maybe I will meet some nice locals and they can teach me their customs, such as the foods they make. I hope to get relaxed, rested, tanned, ...
... two different conflicting loud musics (here they of course listen to pop/dance music, so lots of Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, others I don’t know the name of but can probably sing every word to at this point). The only thing that made it charming is Kamila (in Puerto Princesa) had told me she thinks when people speak quickly in Tagalog it sounds like minions from Despicable Me, and these excited, high pitched ladies ...
... bus came 3 or 4 people pointed it out to me and helped me with my bag :) Sometimes traveling alone as a woman has it's perks!
The bus was slow and took about four and a half hours, but was great- comfy seats and no one really sat beside me, I had a window seat, there was moderate air conditioning only, and beautiful scenery the whole time.
When I got off at Quezon there was a sign for the Esperanza ...
... found most of the hotels wre either booked up or too expensive, we then came across la banane hostel which had a few beds in a compleatly over crowded dorm available for 350 pesos, we decided to take it as it was the cheapest option available to us. The hostel was ok at the beach front as it had some cool beanbags to lounge on, but the room was tiny and there were 9 people on the three triple tiered beds and also one shower in the whole place!!!!
The backdrop from the beach ...
... 8211; and continued to sleep immediately after the meal, until the following morning!!
Friday 6th January 2012 – Puerta Princesa > El Nido
The drive to El Nido was a privilege to undertake. Here are thousands of hectares of untouched forests, where species such as the Palawan bearcat, Palawan peacock-pheasant and Calamian deer roam and 15 endemic and near-endemic mammals (including the stink badger and tree ...