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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... difficult when you feel no words, or even pictures, can accurately described how beautiful it truly is. The colour of the water changes faster than the tide. As it gets deeper the shades of blue move from sky blue to cornflower, turquoise to Tiffany blue, cerulean to sapphire. And just when you think you've narrowed down the exact colour, the wind moves and it changes right before your eyes. At times the water was a sheet of glass, completely undisturbed and the next the ...
... walls of the cave justifies the declaration of the Puerto Princesa Underground River as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Of course the river was originally discovered by native Filipinos but because they didn't know how to promote their discovery an American explorer came along & laid claim to this. Apparently last count there were more than 4000 bats in the cave & approx. 8 species. You have to wear a *********** the boat ...
... up to the hype. After all the help Steve has
given me with my shell fish in the last few months he refused to help me with
my crab tonight. He says "I have to start learning how to do this myself"... ah
well. It was worth the effort. With not much to do tomorrow (other than an
international flight) we figured it was in our best interest to get our drink
on. We went to the convenience store where we conveniently found a bottle of
... one sitting in many, many months. So with full stomachs, and great conversation; we eventually said goodbye. This was of course after Bing grabbed our breakfast milk and wouldn’t let us pay (she also tried to get us goodies for our trip to the airport the next day, tried to give us the leftovers – did I mention that it was more food than we’d eaten in a long time!? Like I said earlier, they were absolutely lovely. And I hope that in years to come, we ...
... Princesa emblem attached that they put over our necks as we stepped off the ship. It was really nice. Now they don’t have tour buses, so our tours were done in small vans that fit 6 people. We ended up only having 4 in our group so we got very personal service from our tour guide. The tour began at a small World War II museum and then continued to a Cultural Heritage Museum where we were met with traditional Filipino dancers of various ages. This museum was quite ...
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