Puerto Princesa, Palawan Day 1

Monday, August 06, 2012

Disclaimer: The photos were randomly arranged.

Plaza Cuartel. Immaculate Conception Cathedral. Souvenir Shop. Crocodile Farm. Mitra's Ranch. Baker's Hill. NCCC.

On our first day to Palawan, we had a city tour where we visited different historic places in the city and of course, their renown souvenir shop. I actually absorbed everything I learned about Puerto Princesa. Our tour guide, Ate Rose, was really great in explaining the history and facts of the different places we visited.

We also visited the Crocodile Farm where I had the chance to hold a crocodile's tail. Hey! You have to give me some credit for holding the tail. Haha! We were told that we can also try the Crocodile Sisig but I can't seem to do that. It feels weird knowing that. Also tried and bought Hopia from Baker's Hill which I definitely love.

The scenery were amazing. Everything was green and you can smell the fresh air. Oh I love Palawan!

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