Turissimo Garden Hotel

442 Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, 5300, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 442 Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa

Back in PP

A travel blog entry by valetroy on Jan 31, 2014

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When we set off for points north (El Nido and Port Barton) I didn't expect to be glad to see Puerto Princesa again, but after 3 weeks of minimal electricity, cold showers and fan cooled rooms it feels like we're back in civilisation.

We suffered 3 nights of karaoke till dawn (when the roosters started; and the dogs barked whenever 24/7) …

Truth in advertising

A travel blog entry by valetroy on Jan 05, 2014

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Decided to have leisurely Sunday and go to Pristine Beach for the day, and after a much longer than anticipated walk we were charged about 40p to enter a muddy track that eventually reached the sea. A mangrove swamp greeted us with no discernible "beach" even though it was low tide. There was a hut selling beer, however, and a series of roofed …

Not without hitches

A travel blog entry by valetroy on Jan 04, 2014

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Leaving Thailand was not easy, literally!Chiang Mai to Bangkok was a doddle and we spent a couple of hours stuffing ourselves in the wonderful Bangkok Airways departure lounge and were fed again on the flight .Checking in with Cebu Pacific for Manila and onto Puerto Princesa was a nightmare. We hadn't thought to print our e ticket for PP to Sabah …

Puerto Princesa and the underground River

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Mar 21, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... We then had lunch and I got chatting to two brothers and a sister from Manila. They were eating unripened mango with shrimp paste and told me I should try it. I think it's definitely an acquired taste, so sour and then salty and fishy- weird. When I got back Catherine felt a bit better so we decided to take the 5 hour bus journey to El Nido. I won't say much about it. Bumpy, windy and very fast. (See previous blog on bus journeys.) Think I will leave El Nido for my next post!! ...

By Land, Sea and Underground River

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Jan 27, 2014

1 comment, 55 photos

... forgotten villages. At one point, the guide that was with us told us that the part of the island we were passing through did not have electricity. We saw houses that looked like they were made by survivors of a plane crash to a deserted island: They were made almost entirely out of bamboo with palm leaves for a roof. Laundry was strung between palm trees and roosters (and many at that) were free to wander around cawing to their heart's content. We felt kind of sad to see that ...