Nothing defines Palawan more than the water around it.
Palawan was the next destination for these bitches. May 23, 2014 that was the date for our flight. The airfare we purchased cost, Php 3,700.00 round trip ticket.
Welcomed by De Alegre Travel and Tours for our first day. We headed for the Ugong Rock Adventures.
We put on our gear and headed to the top, well of course we stop to take some pictures. It was one hell of trekking and caving.
At the top of the Ugong Rock, a zip line is waiting to bring you down or you can just walk through again on your way back. Since we’re on a budget and we needed to burn some fats we started walking after some minutes of enjoying the view from the top. The view you rarely see in Manila (haha).
And then, we’re tired from the trekking, lunch is served! And it’s an Eat-all-you-can Restaurant. Those sweats were useless after all.
Underground River, here we come!
Before stepping to it, we still have to ride a boat, and we have to wait for our turn in entering the River. So we had the time to do some foolishness in the area and also picture taking.
Though the waiting time is quite long, we managed to explore the place and found some relatives of ours (hahaha). Hail to our monkey sisters!
And then the waiting stopped, and it was our turn already. It’s totally dark inside, the only light we have is the flashlight of our guide.
It was really a breathtaking view inside. Various rock formations welcomed us.It includes major formations of stalactites, stalagmites and several large chambers. Oh well don’t forget about the bats wandering around 🙂
So before going back to the city we stopped by the KARST Mountain Elephant Cave and took a picture.
Before traveling to El Nido, we had to stop at this restaurant where they serve an edible bird soup. It really taste good.