After our sumptuous lunch and Underground River trip, we head over to one of the most challenging and extraordinary (for me) part of our trip, the "Ugong Rock Adventures". Ugong Rock is a limestone rock formation located in Brgy. Tagabinet, Puerto Princesa City. In this experience, we were challenged to climb the 75 feet high rock which you can climb through the caves and crevices.
Monday, October 6, 2014
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Philippine crocodiles are now considered as one of the endangered species all over the world. The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is a place where crocodiles are being taken cared of and are segregated separately according to its stage of maturity. Formerly known as the Crocodile Farm and Nature Park, this serves as a place of refuge to preserve the crocodile's existence.
Monday, September 1, 2014
Baker's Hill in Puerto Princesa Palawan is a place where you can buy Palawan's famous delicacies or commonly known as "Pasalubong" in Philippine term. Before we end our Palawan trip and adventure, we dropped by to this place "again" to buy some fresh baked foods and goodies for our friends in Manila. It's hilarious 'coz we already ate some of the goodies that we bought during our City Tour, which was our first day trip when we arrive. The very popular hopia were really delicious and my favorite crinkles were the best. They also have souvenirs available like shirts, accessories, etc..
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Being too predictable with the title which I thought would actually be cool for today's post. I'm a huge fan of Roman Gladiators and I love watching Gladiator's combat in different movies. But before anything else, my weekend was a blast and I just can't wait to share it. I know, I'm too hyper lately, I feel like exploding and my friends are just as crazy as I am.