Deep Forest Garden Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDeep Forest Garden Resort Puerto Princesa
Very peaceful and ideal place to stay for families and couples. It was little far from the clubs and main town. But, the rooms were very clean. The staff were so helpful and friendly. One of the staff actually took me to show me the night life on my birthday along with her colleague. It was very a good experience. The only complaint was that TV was not working on the days of my stay due to some technical glitch. But, it didn't bother me as I was out always.
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... by a month in Manila, this time i had to renew it for two further months at a cost of 6,500 peso! That’s over £90 for 2 ******* weeks. I have thus decided that i am leaving the Philippines on the 7th March when my current visa expires which means i’m not going to get to see all those places mentioned previously which is a real bummer. It also means i’ve got to try and find the cheapest flight out of the Philippines i can for one weeks time. What a pain in the ...
... of the hill to make way for a chapel. (That section is now occupied by the Catholic Cathedral, the P.C. Barracks and the Rizal Park. The Old Municipal Building used to be there, as well as an Elementary School). The first mass celebrated in Puerto Princesa took place at a site where a marker now stands.
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... a mighty flower shirt and a silver customised bus to boot. The "Jeepneys" are a part of the culture here - old and (sometimes) restored buses with custom paint jobs and 4x4 wheels to combat the dirt roads and severe flooding. It becomes clear during our trip through the town that all shop fronts, houses and people's clothes are filled with colour and a personal touch. Even their version of a tuk-tuk, consisting of a Honda motorbike with a fully ...
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