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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... the journey back in reverse. The whole process is quite efficient and works like a well-oiled machine, but it does make you feel a bit (forgive me) 'touristic'. Apparently it isn't always efficient though. Sometimes the authorities close the sea route due to high waves. This means that anyone due to visit at that time has to go back to Puerto Princesa and try the next day. Sometimes this can happen for a few days at a time, so when the sea route is finally opened there are long ...
... pesos, just all the photos and videos I'd lost and the worry of having a photo of my passport saved on it. After the ordeal and trying to make up for half a day wasted on the phone, we went into town for dinner. We ran out of cash quickly as my cash was gone so we ended up hitting the ATM again. We didn't want to let it ruin our night so we decided to just spend some extra money. We ended up consuming some very strong cocktails, making a lot of friends and doing karaoke ...
... doing tours. It's not on the beach or anything so only good if you want somewhere central for the underground river & island hopping etc. I love it in these places where someone else will do your laundry for like $2 so that was on the agenda this morning. Kimmy also had her hair cut short for $1.70! And it looks amazing :) Tooa, Megs & I left Kimmy & Jodie at the markets & headed back to the **************tails & a swim. We went ...
... OK when it picked us up from our hotel, just us as pass angers....then it picked up everyone else....most of the 13 pass angers were either locals or western travellers with just a rucksack each or no luggage. So far so good, then there were the two french couples, each with a huge hard suitcase and a backpack each. For a van with NO luggage space this proved an issue! Half an hour later we were finally tetrissed (if that is a verb) into the small ...
... at Tay's. I couln't write this when i was in vietnam, but while we were in vietnam, we experienced two police raids on the tourist bars (from the safety of our hotel room) , the bars are required by law to close at midnight, but stay open until 3 am, or later, the police in saigon sometime make a surprise raid, and discharge there weapons in the air at 3am, and the bar steet tourist crowd panics and start screaming, and every now and then they will do ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking