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Happy New Year, Puerto Princesa!

Happy New Year, Puerto Princesa!

Long exposure shot of the Puerto Princesa bay last December 1, 2012 during the Light-A-Tree. It was a marvelous sight!

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Art Cafe, El Nido

Art Cafe, El Nido

When in El Nido, don’t forget to pass by the Art Cafe owned by Judith and Tani Distal. The place is awesome and the food is great! On scheduled nights, it has an acoustic band that can entertain guests to the most enjoyable level.

El Nido is 6 hours from the center of Puerto Princesa via shuttle vans or Roro buses. There’ll be a lot of stopovers, but it’s all right when traveling in the daytime. Night time is a different story.

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Little Berong Girl

Little Berong Girl

Photo of a little girl in Berong, Quezon, Palawan, Philippines with her umbrella. Berong is a barangay, where most residents are indigenous peoples (IPs) referred to as Pala’wans.

The Pala’wan, also known as Palawano (or Palawan, depending on sub-dialect) or Palawano (only by outsiders), is one of the unique indigenous peoples of Palawan. They are part of the large Manobo-based linguistic groups of southern Philippines. They traditionally hunt using soars and bamboo blowguns. (from Wikipedia.com)

I’m blogging again after taking down the last one also here at wordpress.com  🙂 I’ve actually decided against blogging again, but the photos I have — they’re very inspiring; and I want to showcase the beauty of Puerto Princesa and Palawan.