El Nido Beach Hotel
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The rooms are big just what we need since we have a baby. The beachfront though is not ideal for swimming w/ plenty of boat docked. Breakfast is already included in the room rate and served as a buffet which is great since you really need to stuff yourself with all the activities waiting for you
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After had been in India, we moved to Philippines. The first place we visited was El Nido, a little town located in Palawan's Province.
After settling in the hotel, we went to snorkeling in the Underground River to Puerto Princesa, but when we were arriving, a fish man boarded us to offer a ride around the islands in the area. We accepted and he …
Nacpan is a spectacular beach a few kilometers from El Nido. In addition to lie on the sand , the better to know it, is to walk arround, you cna enjoy the spectacular sunset, and the bio-diversity of that place.
Its a place rounded by a lot of history and misterys, it was abandoned a long time ago.
It has a beautiful views, and on the top of the sanctuaryyou can see all the beach a a small island in front of you!
You can arrive by to ways, the first one is using a Little port or trough a small beach in which were a place where the persons made some worships.
... in the deep end and learn to ride with gears. After stalling a good few times, I soon learn that the clutch is a feisty one and then get the gist of it pretty quickly, and we begin our adventure... In the wrong direction! We correct ourselves after having some lunch, then using the sun for navigation as always head north, in search of a secluded beachy getaway! After half an hour north the Tarmac ends and we bobble along over dusty ...
... repeatedly and each time, Edwin slowed the engine to pop it back up. My brain does strange things in these situations so I started putting together an emergency plan for when the boat tipped over. It went something like this... Step One: Wrap camera in Tesco's carrier bag to protect from water. Step Two: Be prepared at all times to grab camera bag, followed by life jacket, followed by snorkel mask (to look for sharks), followed by Matt. Step Three: hold camera ...