PPD: Puerto Princesa, Palawan

May 2014

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Yes, it was a family trip.

 

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So, this was where we stayed for two nights, I think.
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Room with my mom

 

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Island hopping day

 

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Our first stop
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Fish feeding area (We fed them bread buns)

 

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We had lunch at Isla Pandan.
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I’m not quite sure whether the use of these rides were for free or not.

We went to a few more islands, I think, but I didn’t happen to have photos.

 


 

The following day, we went to the Underground River.

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I had to take off my shoes, or else it’ll get wet. Nobody advised me to wear flipflops, so yeah.

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Tourists are required to wear hard hats and life vests before entering the Underground River for, of course, safety purposes.
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I won’t be including the photos inside the river/cave, since our camera isn’t that expensive to be able to capture majestic photos inside the murky cave. It was beautiful, though, and smelly inside (because of the bat feces).


 

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The famous tamilok (a worm(?) found in mangroves)

 

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Rock formation climbing (they had a term for it, I forgot what)

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That’s my cousin, she was 10 years old back then.
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The view at top of the rock formation was breath-taking, and there’s my mom.

How did we get down from there? They have a zip line (which of course, you also have to pay for). It was actually scary to ride a zip line from the top of this rock formation, because as you can see from this photo, the altitude of the rock formation was indeed high.

I think this is the last of my PPD posts. I sure hope that there will be more adventures to come soon, and I’ll be sure to document them all (with photos and expense/budget breakdowns).

 

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