Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Puerto Princesa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Puerto Princesa
The staff were very accomodating and courteous. They show up on time when they pick me up on the airport. They have complete supplies on the hotel (towel, mineral water, instant coffee). And they provide free transfers from hotel to anywhere in the city.. :)
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... might expect for 4.30am. There was no chill in the air and the morning was still. A few Filipino men and women waited to board the van.There was smoke in the street from a fire nearby and the headlamps from the odd passing trike illuminated it, shards of light slicing through it. We hopped aboard and the last lady to join us was probably only 4ft tall, she had such dark brown eyes they looked almost black in hazy dark morning but her face ...
... bringing one of the lizards back to keep my gecko in my classroom company, but figured it would be hard too hard to take on the plane. Sorry Spotty. We suited up with some protective gear and hopped aboard a smaller boat and headed into the mouth of the cave. I was speechless as our guide shined a flashlight onto the walls of the cave which revealed all sorts of stalactites, stalagmites and columns which were formed over ...
... told we are able to snorkel there and see lots of star fish. We arrived after about 30 minutes, had some tables and shelter from the sun allocated to our group and were told to feel free to snorkel until lunch. Snorkel we did, it was pleasant, but only one starfish was spotted, by my wife and photo duly taken. There were a few tropical fish to see but nothing spectacular. Still lunch was still to be served, my mouth watered as we saw ...
... invaders during WWII. It was a beautiful place, overlooking the water - it's just too bad it had such a sad story. Across the street there was a large Catholic church where we stopped to take some photos before making our next stop, which was in a shopping area. We knew we'd be back the next day so we spent this time looking around and comparing prices. It is always interesting to see what the prices are like for souvenirs in different countries. In Japan, we were ...
... our boat when we went camping on the islands for 3 days. Christopher is a nephew of Richard's wife and told us that practically everyone in the town is partially related in someway to his family. He laughingly told us the story of how he used to come home from school with a new girl friend and would quietly find out that they were related too closely. This happened more than once. Christopher said it was frustrating. But he was a great captain ...