Turissimo Garden Hotel
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a unique experience to sail those waters flowing into the South China Sea. At the mouth of Puerto Princesa we find a beautiful lake surrounded by trees and vegetation. Here we can see the turquoise water and one of the most beautiful parts of the route.
... a white person before. It was slightly unnerving. We got back on the road and kept talking to our driver in our ongoing plan to keep him awake. Ahead of us on the road we could see a lorry wobbling into all lanes. Our driver said the lorry driver was probably asleep!! As we kept him talking, we learnt lots about the history of Manila, it's churches and we saw the early morning flower market. It was about 4am by this point and the streets were so busy, people always seem ...
... the titanic formation he made a fog horn sound which echoed and sounded amazing. He then followed up with singing the titanic a theme tune which had us all laughing.
When we entered the cathedral part of the cave I was overwhelmed on just how high it was. It was a 63m high dorm shape cave. They called it the cathedral because of it's shape as well as a couple of formations looking like Mary and Jesus.
The tour lasted ...
... create your own itinerary for your stay. There is a travel/tourist guide to arrange your itinerary. Take note, that this part of the package we have paid for.
Here's what we had:
1. Snorkelling in Miniloc House Reef - the snorkelling area is just in front of resort. We saw school of fishes, nemo, lion fish and a lot more which I cannot name as I don't know the kinds of fishes. Hehe!!
... cabin (spacious bedroom upstairs, outdoor living room at ground level) complete with hammock in a super chill garden setting. I then went on the Underground River tour: a short boat ride from Sabang town to the park entrance, then a short walk through the jungle to the cave mouth. It was busy, but organized; every group to wait for their assigned boat to take them into the cave. It was a beautiful area, turquoise water and lush jungle - and soon we slipped into the darkness ...