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    El Nido

    Arriving in the town





    Jun, my driver up ahead, leading me to my lunch spot



    Ahhhhhh, yes



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    I think I'll join you and go to sleep right here






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    El Nido

    I took a walk along the beach. I had to get a shot of Habibi Restaurant and Shisha Bar.





    Divers Below and laundry above


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    El Nido





    In the town





    Wanna buy a beach?


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    El Nido






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    El Nido





    Palawan has karsts, the same as Krabi area



    This place was cute. It had burgers...



    ...and vegetarian



    We made a pit stop for a drink and an early dinner. My coconut was huge!


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    El Nido

    I spotted this man and his dog paddling in.













    So that's it for El Nido. My next pics will be of Manila and Angeles City, but tomorrow. Enjoy.

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    Great Photos. Does not seem to be really busy with tourists. looks good

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    0f all the islands Palawan really cool.

    Chilled. Safe.

    I rate it highly.

    Then again, never been to other islands.

    Recommendations?

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    Great thread Natalie and worth waiting for. A few more places to put on my bucket list. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diverken View Post
    Great Photos. Does not seem to be really busy with tourists. looks good
    It wasn't and that's what made it so great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loombucket View Post
    Great thread Natalie and worth waiting for. A few more places to put on my bucket list. Thanks!
    Thanks, Loom. You should definitely go there!

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    Great thread, Natalie. One month on and I will be playing and diving in Bohol and the Visayas.

    Bet you don't want to leave.

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    Thanks crocman. I'm sure you'll have a great time.

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    Beautiful, Nat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baas Babelaas
    0f all the islands Palawan really cool. Chilled. Safe.
    It was very much both. Another thing I hadn't commented on was that not once did people try to rip me off. In fact, I was given a refund for the difference in my room rate at Natua's Cabin and the van drivers and tricycle drivers also gave me a reduced rate after talking to my tricycle drivers, and Jun gave me my ride to the bus and van terminal (at 4:30 AM) for free.

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    ^^ Thanks, NR. It really was.

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    Great pics and info Natalie. Thanks for sharing. I need a vacation as 6 years in LOS has become too routine. Your thread has spared an interest. Waiting with baited breath for the next installment of pics.

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    Thanks, BW. My next set is from Manila and Angeles City, so I was thinking of starting a separate thread for those, and not ruining this one, 555.

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    Nice thread Nat, looks good.

    You have lovely toes by the way.

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    orsome thread Nat!!


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    The pics just got better and better Nat. the revolving wooden restraunt I discovered was on one of the Puerta Galera Islands which have great WW2 diving sites as well as quiet beaches, rainforests with creeks etc. I often travelled by myself and was invited along with a young Danish couple in the same appartments to go in a bunka boat around to another secluded bay where we were taken to the old wooden restraunt that revolved around a huge wooden shaft the whole time. It had a stairwell that circled the wooden shart to a tabled room near the top that had large open windows to sit by as it slowly chugged its way from sea views to rainforest. It was a fantastic evening we shared....enchanting really....just another adventure on one of the islands of the Phils.....wish I still had pics to put on here but sadly.....that is another story ......Well done again NaT
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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    Nice thread Nat, looks good.

    You have lovely toes by the way.
    Thanks, Terry. Do you have a foot fetish?

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    Thanks, LC.

    ossierob, thanks for the compliments. The revolving restaurants sound really amazing. I'll have to go check them out on my return.

    I think I'll only have a chance to post the rest of my pics on Monday.

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    Great stuff Natalie. Reminds me that it's time to go back. Best place I've been in Asia !I want to spend some time at Coron & Kayangan Lake this time. Missed out because the seas were too rough & they cancelled the boat.

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    Thanks, wacky. I think you should go back!

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