Palm Bay Resort, Palawan
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... the bar ended up being all night long, till 7am! We had a flight to catch at 10am so we both passed out for an hour then tally somehow woke us up and got us to the airport and on the plane, I'm sure we were both pretty drunk when we arrived at the next island, it was a big night that's for sure!!! That's the end for Puerto Princessa, very cool place, I'd certainly return in the future. Palawan ...
... is part of a UNESCO World Heritage site and therefore protected to preserve the ecosystems and natural wildlife that resides there. The park is located about an hour and a half away from our hotel, so we got to catch glimpses of daily life on the island. As we drove, the streets snaked all the way up and around mountains as we traversed from the East side of the Island to the West. The van hugged the curves of the road as we passed by farms, overtook motorcycles and tricycles and ...
... large bats, a deep water hole in the river, more river channels, another deep cave, as well as marine creatures and more. Deeper areas of the underground river are almost impossible to explore due to oxygen deprivationOn November 11, 2011, Puerto Princesa Underground River was provisionally chosen as one of the New7Wonders of Nature. This selection was ...
... embarrassed because we were the only white people on the tour. Kelsea got her bag back today! It's nice to have some new clothes and more stuff than we had before. Apparently they found hers in Kuala Lumpur, it never made it on the plane to Heathrow thank god. I wish I had mine back too but apparently it is on a flight to Manila and will arrive at 2 pm tomorrow and will then be forwarded on to Puerto Princesa. One more day! We went to a place called Kinabuch for ...
... up north to El Nido. The ride on the mainly paved road was not too bad but took a long seven hours and so we arrived in El Nido by nine in the evening. After a quick dinner we sunk in our beds for a good night's sleep.
The next morning we had a look around for a slightly bigger room and settled for a fan room in the El Nido Bay Inn. Afterwards we had a look around town which is nicely nested in between high limestone cliffs. The town itself ...