On Palawan Articles and My Perpetual Predicament in Writing a Travel Blog
El Nido Palawan rose to global popularity in the recent years. What once was a town with seldom visitors boomed as one of the top tourist spots in the country. From someone who was born and raised in Puerto Princesa Palawan, it is quite a known fact that El Nido …
Palawan’s lato is famous for being one of the best, because we have a variety that is more plump and gooey. I don’t know if that sounds enticing, but for locals it does.
In design, Palawan tricycles are unique compared to the usual tricycle designs found in other towns of the Philippines. Yet for the locals, Palawan tricycles speak more than transportation. It is part of the culture of Palawan. In the early days, there are only a few types of transportation available …
The word tamilok evokes a fear factor kind of reaction from locals and international tourist. Nonetheless, this is among normal food when I was growing up because my mother loves it.
Puerto Princesa City, my home. I have travelled and lived elsewhere, yet my body and mind seems to find no other comfort than that my hometown brings. I guess, it is the same for everyone, but I can truly boast that I live in a Paradise.
Puerto Princesa Palawan Philippines is a premier tourist destination in Asia. Sounding too much like a travel brochure? Yeah, I know. I cannot get my head wrapped around the idea of a travel blog for my lovely hometown.
We will try to answer every FAQ about El Nido Palawan. If you have some questions that you think must be in the list, please let me know. I am always in the mood to hunt for answers to deliver online.
I have a thing about writing in the style of an academic textbook, I cannot do it. I am referencing this Palawan post depending on what I know and what I have come to know after reading several things online.