Adios Puerto Princesa

Our fun in Puerto Princesa is over. It was the third day of our vacation in the island paradise and we didn’t want to leave. But we didn’t have a choice but to return to our normal lives in Metro Manila. So we packed our bags and pasalubongs and left Marianne Home Inn to go to the airport for our flight back home.

Waiting area in Puerto Princesa Airport

Our trip to Puerto Princesa Airport was hassle-free because our hotel provided us free transfer. The driver was courteous. Too bad that I forgot to give a tip for his good service. *sigh* I really am scatterbrained.

Puerto Princesa Airport

Puerto Princesa Airport was simple compared to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). It doesn’t have a jet bridge so we had to walk to aircraft. This was not a problem for us because the weather was fair. We even used this opportunity to take our selfies.

TigerAir in Puerto Princesa Airport

We flew with Tiger Airways. I previously mentioned a good experience with this airline when I traveled to Cebu last February.

I noticed something interesting when I reached the door of the airplane. What made me curious is this:

TigerAir is armed
The airplane door is armed with what weapon?

Our plane finally took off after few minutes of waiting. Adios Puerto Princesa. Hope to see you again soon.

Me and My Beloved Wife have plenty of good memories in Puerto Princesa. We enjoyed the pristine beaches of Honda Bay. We we’re awed by the world class Underground River. We even discovered the gruesome past of Puerto Princesa.

Puerto Princesa is a beautiful place and it made our first husband and wife trip more special.


Read more about our Puerto Princesa vacation in these blog posts:

7 Interesting Facts that Every Pinoy Should Know about Puerto Princesa
First Night in Puerto Princesa: Dinner Date at Haim Chicken Inato
Our Overnight Stay in Balay Inato, Puerto Princesa
Honda Bay Tour (Part 1): A Big Disappointment at Starfish Island
Honda Bay Tour (Part 2): Killing Time at Luli Island
Honda Bay Tour (Part 3): Finale in Cowrie Island
Second Night in Puerto Princesa: Sisig Night at Kinabuch’s
Marianne Home Inn: Our “Home” in Palawan
How We Obtained the Permit to Enter the Puerto Princesa Underground River
Puerto Princesa Underground River Adventure Part 1: Playing the Waiting Game at Sabang Wharf
Puerto Princesa Underground River Adventure Part 2: Our Boat Ride to the Underground River
Puerto Princesa Underground River Part 3: Hidden Wonders of St. Paul Cave
7 Important Tips for a No Hassle Puerto Princesa Underground River Tour 
Buying Souvenirs and Pasalubong in LRC Mall, Puerto Princesa
Our DIY Puerto Princesa City Tour (Part 1) – Praying at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral
Our DIY Puerto Princesa City Tour (Part 2) – The Gruesome Past of Plaza Cuartel
Buying Danggit in Puerto Princesa Public Market


It’s still the second day of Christmas so I can still greet each every one of you a very merry Christmas. May our Lord Jesus be born in your hearts.

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1 comment:

  1. Tiger's good, eh? I heard a lot of poor reviews about Jetstar overseas, Australia & New Zealand - they say it's all right around here.


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