Kookaburra Travel Lodge

Address: Abueg Road, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Abueg Road, Puerto Princesa.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa

      Puerto Princesa Underground River

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 09, 2014

      3 comments, 152 photos

      ... on the beach more than five minutes when I saw a monkey climb down behind a welcome sign that some people were posing at - another big surprise - and grab something out of a lady's bag. He did it all in seconds, so fast! Too bad for the monkey, though, because all he got was a package of wet wipes! I have pictures of him opening the package and then trying to eat them until he gave up in disgust.

      But on the small beach right by ...

      A relaxing day out on the underground river!!!!

      A travel blog entry by stevepaine on May 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... nice people, but all late or were they, the early knock on effect started with us, maybe we should have got on the bus at 6.30 as we were originally told. The lesson for all tourists on a tour, if you are the first pick up, don't get on the bus until the time stipulated. The very thought that we will be on our way earlier is a misnomer, unless everyone else is in on it!!, Couples and families arrived on the mini bus in all states of undress, mothers with ...

      Nothing but a small city

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 16, 2014

      4 photos

      ... take me to a hostel which the lonely planet recommended. It was about a five minute walk away from the main strip which wasn't too bad but the surrounding area was a ghetto. As soon as I stept out of the tricycle I had a little girl begging at me. I went at straight in the hostel only to find out that they had no rooms left. This was a wasted journey. Not long that but the tricycle had ****** off. So I was stuck in the ghetto with all these poor kids asking for ...

      Four Islands in One Day

      A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Jan 28, 2014

      1 comment, 46 photos

      ... with an air of isolation and now Cowrie Island rounded off the trio as the exotic and lively younger sibling. The powdery white sand was the foundation for towering palms whose leaves created canopies to escape the sun. Trees tall and short sprouted out of the ground in no particular order. Tiki huts were scattered along the beach to provide a comfortable place to sit and relax with a coconut to drink from. Banca boats waded 50 meters off the shore allowing their passengers ...

      The Adventure Begins...Destination El Nido!

      A travel blog entry by scholarsteve on May 04, 2013

      ... people that commit a plethora of crimes should not be punished and sent to a jail cell and what the whole world knows where people who create crimes goes, in the Philippines they have a different agenda. Prisoners usually get sent out to these prisons which are huge farms and they must live in the farms doing farm labor. These farm communities become so tight, that they become an actually city or village for these people, they actually start bringing in their families to ...