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... ready for the appointed time. The trouble was she neglected to tell half of the tour, so come the appointed time, half were ready, the rest not. We eventually left 1 hour later, some of us not impressed, especially with her line, 'they loved it so much, they couldn't pull themselves away', which should have read 'due to my laziness and total disinterest, some didn't know what was happening'. These tours stand or fall for two reasons in ...
... sand spit that connects the two larger islands is shaped like a snake. Fun to hike through the native jungle and see the views of the islands around the protected Bacuit Bay.
Another 20 minutes on the boat from Snake Island we came to Cormagon Island, so named for the tribal artifacts that were discovered here in the cave that we "belly-crawled" into. It was a beautiful cave, with spectacularly colored translucent green rock on the sides of the cave and natural ...
... and we had been called so had to dash to the office to get our permits, it was the start of quite a mental day! Straight out of the office we were into a tricycle and down to the tour operators van, into the van and off. It was still only 9.30 at this point, neither Lucy nor I had showered but we were off! A rather crazy tour guide and a two hour van journey we were on the western shore of Palawan. We had to get a boat ride up the coast a little ...
... the crystal clear waters shone against the bright blue sky and the white sands of the beach. The water was so clear that you could see the coral and the fish over 2 meters away from the shore. It was amazing.
Because the island is a national heritage site the wildlife thrives there. We saw hundreds of brightly coloured birds swooping from palm tree to palm tree, there was a big family of Makak monkeys there too who had all ...
... is. Even the children with nothing know more English then some of the people traveling. We asked them if they learn both English and Filipino at school at the same time and they said yes. It was just so impressive all of them. It was also very interesting to learn about their culture from a child. And a normal child. Not one that goes to a private school one that lives in a small shack with their parents and many other siblings. Before this walk I ...