Deep Forest Garden Resort
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 ...
... 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 ...
... the tour. It's amazing how some of them look like objects or people (for example, some of them looked like a giant mushroom, the face of Jesus, a beeswax candle, etc). There are also lots of bats inside the caves. Everyone wears helmets to protect your head from the mineral water dripping from the ceiling, but the guides try to creep you out and make you afraid that the bats are going to poop on your head, haha. We were inside the cave for 45 min I think. The tour came ...
... if we would show up at 7:30 AM we might have a good chance to get a ticket for the same day. In good spirits we showed up at the given time and as expected we weren't the only ones with the same idea. Never mind after waiting a few minutes we have been given a q-number and our names have been taken down. Given they know the number of tickets left and the number of people queuing one would think the math would be rather easy and they would stop ...
March 7, 2013
Day 61 – Puerto Princesa, Philippines
All of the literature they provided to us about this port told us that the guides would speak limited English, the port has very little infrastructure and basically don't expect much. Well, they were SO wrong! First of all, all kids in the Philippines learn English from the time they’re in grade school as part of the regular curriculum. Puerto Princesa is a city of over 280,000 people and the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services