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Picturesque Palawan, Part II » Palawan

Palawan
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Palawan is called “The Philippines’ Last Frontier”, and its enjoying its rustic simplicity also means dealing with its less-than-modern transport systems. Getting around here takes several vehicles and vessels to accomplish, and dealing with transport operators involves the art of negotiation.

5 Responses to “Palawan”

  1. ronnie Says:

    wow,,im proud to be palaweno,,,,,,,,,,,,i want to go back there,,,,after 10 yrs,,, i will see you again PALAWAN……

  2. Abeer Says:

    Palawan looks soo nicee!! I’v always wanted to go there!!! Its looks BEAUTIFUL

  3. Marta Says:

    Palawan is a paradise in earth. Unspoilt sandy beaches, extremely clear and warm sea, exhuberant green nature. I will never forget such a beautiful place!!!!!.

  4. nill Says:

    hello good people

    Is it possible to visit this paradise – palawan on august? i know it’s shuld be rainy, but is it to much?

    thanks

  5. lheen Says:

    wow…i would love t0 have my own place in palawan …such a w0nderful place..d0 y0u think that’s possible??

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