Microtel Inn & Suites Puerto Princesa
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I always wanted to see the PPUR (Puerto Princesa Underground River), but never had a chance, until September last year when my officemates invited me to join with them..
We had three different flight times due to CebuPac's seat sale is over and I had to buy ticket from other local airlines. So, I bought mine at Zest Air (it's P1,100 …
... most of the hotels are, we didn't see many signs that indicated this as a tourist hotspot. I guess Puerto does not even get a fraction of the influx of lobster-red Caucasians that pour into Phuket, Boracay or Bali on a daily basis...
It seems to me that most visitors just breeze in and out of here real quick, most business taken care of by their guesthouses or hotels, as they are whisked away in air-conditioned comfort of private buses.
Rob and I ...
... can set his own rates. No running on the meter tonight, it is his game now. We negotiate the best possible fare, about twice the normal rate. Despite the late hour (it is now past 9pm), the highway leading into town is chocker block full of traffic. It takes more than an hour to reach the hotel. We arrive beat and, frankly, a bit down in spirits. We are back in Manila, not our favourite city, after a rather disappointing and frustrating day. Tomorrow will be better day, for ...
... got off the bus in Narra we still had a little way to go. So it was into another trike and onto even dustier, bumpier, rockier roads.
Since it had been so difficult to find information on the falls we expected a nice little secluded spot to relax for a few hours before braving the bus back to Puerto. What we got was a Filipino day-tripper haven complete with kiddie pool, picnic area and monkey feeding area. Yup. Monkey feeding ...
... day we
had seen a sign at the nearby Tiki bar advertising a performance by
Manila's finest band - Big Deal. One glance at the cheesy poster told
us that this was not to be missed and we were right. The bar was
huge and reminded us of the barn-like Aussie ones, with large trays
of food being brought to tables. Despite
the extensive menu (Gordon Ramsay wouldn't approve) all anyone seemed
to order was a plate of unidentifiable sizzling meat, meaning the
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn & Suites 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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