Dos Palmas Island Resort & Spa
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... to see markings to measure the high tide in the cave, made by soldiers from 1937.
Our guide educated us on the different rock formations, how many bats occupied the cave, and a colourful description of certain formations--"That one there looks like Mary", "This one likes like Jesus' face". To me I just see rocks. After travelling to so many buddhist, tao and Confucianist countries it is so foreign to me to be back in a heavily Christian/Catholic country...
This is the first in a long list of side trips to happen throughout 2015. We flew into Puerto Princesa from Manila on Air Asia, and then caught a small bus to take us on the 6 hour drive on an array of paved, gravel, dirt, and makeshift roads to get to El Nido at the Northern tip of Palawan ...
... National Park (thought to be the world’s longest underground river before
the discovery of a longer one found in Mexico). This underground river is too
long and large to explore because the deeper parts lack the necessary oxygen,
however it is navigable 4.3km from the sea by boat. There are two ways to get
to the underground river, one is by boat and another is by hike-trail. The ...
... still at the hostel I had stayed at before, making me feel like I was home. The 6 of us, plus 6 or so new arrivals (2 French, a German, some British) headed out to a fancy dinner at Kinabuch, a swanky outdoor tourist restaurant, then to the world's smallest bar (where we sat outside on the sidewalk) for a reunion drink.
... So back in our room, I first played the song 'Marry you' by Bruno Mars. Oline just thought I was singing. I don't think she quite knew what was going on. Not yet. Then I played her a video I had worked on for months, a collage of photos taken in Beijing and Philippines, backed by the song 'I want to grow old with you'. It was then the penny dropped, as I finally went on ...