PUERTO PRINCESA: WHEN TO GO, WHERE TO EAT AND SLEEP, DANGERS AND ANNOYANCES

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Recommendations on when to go to Puerto Princesa are extensive throughout Palawan: Continue reading “PUERTO PRINCESA: WHEN TO GO, WHERE TO EAT AND SLEEP, DANGERS AND ANNOYANCES”

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TRANSPORT IN PUERTO PRINCESA; HOW TO GET TO EL NIDO, SABANG AND PORT BARTON, AND HOW TO GET AROUND IN THE CITY

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Puerto Princesa International Airport is located in the heart of the city; arriving by tricycle from almost anywhere in the city should not cost more than 50 PHP, although it costs 150 to the bus station to be 7 km north. Continue reading “TRANSPORT IN PUERTO PRINCESA; HOW TO GET TO EL NIDO, SABANG AND PORT BARTON, AND HOW TO GET AROUND IN THE CITY”

PUERTO PRINCESA UNDERGROUND RIVER AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS IN SABANG

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Famous in the whole world since being one of the winners of the 7 Wonders of Nature contests in 2011, this river inside a cave, but with direct access to the sea, is a pleasant visit, although Continue reading “PUERTO PRINCESA UNDERGROUND RIVER AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS IN SABANG”

BACUIT ARCHIPIELAGO IN EL NIDO, TOUR “A”: SMALL, BIG AND SECRET LAGOONS, SHIMIZU ISLAND AND SEVEN COMMANDO BEACH

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This is the most popular and well-known tour in El Nido, and probably the photographs of the entrance to the Big Lagoon are the ones that have put the focus of world tourist attention on the Philippines. Continue reading “BACUIT ARCHIPIELAGO IN EL NIDO, TOUR “A”: SMALL, BIG AND SECRET LAGOONS, SHIMIZU ISLAND AND SEVEN COMMANDO BEACH”

MALAGA PROVINCE

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I know this province very well, or should, because it is where I live. What better way to honor Andalusian day than to introduce one of the most interesting provinces of such an interesting country as Spain, where, in turn, there are not many who know what it offers apart from its coast: Continue reading “MALAGA PROVINCE”

HONG KONG

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  • Al was here: 5 days in April 2010 and 2 days in March 2016.
  • Number of days needed: between 2 and 3.
  • My score: I’m rating it 4/5 because almost everyone I know say it’s a 3, but for some reason I do like it and I’d even rate it 5.

Visited by many as it is a frequent destination of aerial stopovers and appreciated by few, Hong Kong is the oldest of the modern Asian mega-cities. Continue reading “HONG KONG”