Island Favorites: Three Days Around Puerto Princesa

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception: Puerto Princesa

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Island Favorites

Posted on 01 September 2011.

Three Days around Puerto Princesa, Palawan with Bill Davis

Originally from San Diego, California, Bill has lived on Palawan most of the time since early 1983. In the last three years, they have been living in Puerto Princesa. “We love this place,” he claims.

Bill Davis came to the Philippines with his wife over two decades ago. He raised his family in the country, “partly in the jungle on Palawan, partly in Manila as we lived there for a while.”

Bill has packed his three-day tour with “some favorites. Good food, unique, nice atmosphere and people, not as crowded, things we have found that visitors like to do. It’s a variation on a real itinerary we’ve done many times with many people.”

Day 1

We’ll head straight into the old part of town. The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception has a unique, almost 1960s space-age architecture—kind of a “Vatican meets the Jetsons.” …

Read the whole post on GoodTimes.ph here.

Image from Flickr (Creative Commons):
penmanila (Cathedral)

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About Bill Davis

Writer, speaker and translation and language learning consultant. I write technical articles, poetry and humor, and I am working on my first novel which is set on the island of Palawan in the Philippines.
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2 Responses to Island Favorites: Three Days Around Puerto Princesa

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