Palm Bay Resort, Palawan
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... because the price is too expensive)! When we arrived, a group of people were singing to welcome us and they put a necklace made of leaf. They also offered warm face towel and an iced tea.
The breakfast, lunch and dinner are in buffet style and they offer variety of food including beef, pork, seafood, bread, dessert and fruits. I love their crabs and shrimps as I am a fan of seafood.
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... inner tube with what looked like an iron, he obviously didn't know how to use it as his inner tube then melted to this iron thing. After 15 mins we ended up flagging down another tricycle to take us to the bus terminal with the first driver in tow so he could buy a new inner tube! The second episode was on our way to the bus terminal to leave for El Nido, the road traffic cops pulled our tricycle driver over and told us he ...
... He had a good imagination.
The tour was nice, and after I spent the afternoon chilling in Sabang. I spent a total of three nights here. The food was good but many of the restaurants were only open sporadically, so it could be hard to find. I went out of my way to eat at the fancy resort and get massages (Valentine's, after all). The beach wasn't ideal for swimming: constant waves and a strong undercurrent made it dangerous, but it was fun to play in the waves. ...
... of the ready, steady, cook use what we've got variety, but we didn't care.
The town itself was fairly charmless. Set along a thin strip of brown sand, busy with all the dive operators shuttling people back and forth we were mostly content with chilling in our room with cookery programmes and cooking ourselves. Nothing like Man vs. Food and Hells Kitchen to get you salivating and then cooking something. I guess what was cool from a diving ...
... was a short walk through the lush jungle and then we saw the entrance of the cave under the towering limestone peaks. We changed to a smaller boat, put on the safety helmets and off we went into the everlasting darkness of the cave. We were amazed by the size of it and the beautiful variety of stalactites, stalacmites as well as rock formations. The underground river is about 8 km long (of which we were able to see just the first ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service