Dos Palmas Island Resort & Spa
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... is 21 km long, but we only do 1,5 km...it was pretty spectacular, and you had to keep your mouth closed when looking up due to bats peeing..the whole trip was 45 minutes. We were a little bit disappointed. Next stop was lunch which was a buffet. It was quite good. You had a option to try a river worm for 100 pesos but gave this one a miss. Our guide really tried to get us to go Ziplining after but our group must have been one of the laziest..lol. I had hurt my ...
... an anti-aircraft battery in World War 2, and before that a naval battery. There was lots of concrete, damaged from the war and time. I had a little poke around, then headed down the hill to get to a metro station. Unfortunately, at some point I must've taken a wrong turn and ended up on a university campus. I was heading for HKU station, but I got lost in the uni grounds and ended up going around the place. When I got out I saw the signs for a metro station, and when I got ...
... the racing line when driving here, almost irrespective of whether or not there is anything coming in the opposite direction. The bigger you are, the more claim you have over the road. So the adherence to the whole your side/my side of the road seems to be an alien concept. We had three hours in Puerto Princesa, before we could checkin our baggage but in the heat and with early start we decided to find a cool cafe to camp out in and play ...
... and coral and Jo spent hours snorkelling in fact we spent so long out swimming on one spot it felt strange walking on land. The guides prepared a magic lunch of Pork, fresh White Snapper, salads and fresh fruit they can sure cook.When we returned to Honda Bay we noticed a couple of Chinese fishing boats that had been captured by the Philippine Coastguard one had over 500 Turtles on board, half of which were dead and the other boat ...
I had researched the Philippines extensively trying to achieve a balance between beautiful uncrowded beaches, superb diving and accessibility (the Philippines can be notoriously difficult and time consuming place to travel in). Palawan Island ticked these boxes. Its capital Puerta Princesa had been voted the Philippine's greenest and cleanest city and provided direct routes to Port Barton and El Nido, both of which we had read about ...