Since we all live in Manila and we are still newbie on how we will go to the Clark Airport as our point of departure going to Puerto Princessa City, so first thing first. How we will get there via public transportation?
Since the verge of social networking and our curiosity for adventure, most of our friends told us different routes on how to get there, but Victory Liner’s tweet stand out as it offers direct information how we will reach our destination.
Tweet, Tweet, Tweet!
There are buses that leaves Caloocan terminal and goes directly to Marque Mall in Pampanga. Bus fare costs 136 Pesos. Then from Marquee Mall, Air Asia offers bus transfer for free to the Clark Airport. To check out the Timetable, for more information:
for more schedules, visit: http://www.victoryliner.com/schedules/
Trish and Mic waiting for the Bus at Marquee Mall Terminal
Fellow backpack travel kids, getting ready for the adventure!
We arrived at Clark Airport early than our travel time. But since we will meet Allison on the departure area, we opted to check in early as our new friend we will give her a welcome address to our country.
Then our flight to Puerto Princessa! Beautiful and clean city. How we wish that all cities in the Philippines will follow Puerto Princessa ‘s program in maintain the clean and green city.
Hadefe Welcomes us!
Lunch time at Kalui’s.
“Kalui is the most famous restaurant in Puerto Princesa. It is a must visit place among tourists. Your tour in Palawan wouldn’t be complete if you haven’t visit this place. Kalui provides the best customer service. Once you enter the restaurant, you will be greeted by their friendly staff. Kalui Restaurant is made of native wooden house. Its floor is clean and well-polished, you wouldn’t mind to walk barefoot because every footwear should be left before entering the restaurant. Your footwear will be placed in small lockers. They offer a wide variety of menu which depends on the fresh catch of the day. Everything on the menu are seafoods and vegetables which includes sashimi, tempura, shellfish soup, sinigang, baked mussel and many more.” – http://www.kaluirestaurant.com/
True enough, the description tells it all. Ka lui’s is one of those restaurants in Puerto Princessa that you will enjoy the food and will leave you the ambiance with Filipino expression. Pretty much Check on your first day.
Welcome to Ka Lui’s!
Amazing Filipino Art designs inside.
Burp. Stomach full.
Then we went back to our 5 hours travel to El Nido, got pretty much amazed with the view but maybe since we are so excited for the trip, it felt like it is longer than 5 hours travel. I bet our playlist played over and over again during the trip. #dont wake me up
We reached the El Nido at around 7pm, pretty much just explore the near restaurant to our place to have our dinner and hit the sack as we are preparing for long travel for tomorrow.