In and about Puerto Princesa 

Legend attributes the name “Puerto Princesa” to a princess-like maiden who in the early days is said to have roamed around the place on certain nights of the year. On the other hand, practical people attribute the name to the geographical advantages of the place as a seaport – naturally protected the whole year round and endowed with a depth that can accommodate any size of shipping – a royal heaven for vessels or a virtual princess of ports as thus indicated by Spanish Colonizers on the country’s map.

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From NAIA Terminal 3 we are able to see the skyline of Manila
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From NAIA Terminal 3 we are able to see the skyline of Manila

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Looking towards Puerto Princesa Bay
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Looking towards Puerto Princesa Bay

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The Puerto Pension B&B sign
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The Puerto Pension B&B sign

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Puerto Pension B&B - Our room was on the second floor, to the extreme right of the photo.
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Puerto Pension B&B - Our room was on the second floor, to the extreme right of the photo.

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Looking towards Puerto Princesa Bay
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Looking towards Puerto Princesa Bay

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The edge of Baywalk and the Bay
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The edge of Baywalk and the Bay

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Looking towards Puerto Princesa Bay
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Looking towards Puerto Princesa Bay

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Elma relaxing on the deck of Puerto Pension B&B.
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Elma relaxing on the deck of Puerto Pension B&B.

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Puerto Princesa Bay
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Puerto Princesa Bay

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Elma on a pier at Baywalk
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Elma on a pier at Baywalk

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Boats in the Bay
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Boats in the Bay

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Boats in the Bay
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Boats in the Bay

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The Palawan Provincial Capitol at night
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The Palawan Provincial Capitol at night

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Baywalk at night
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Baywalk at night

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Baywalk at night
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Baywalk at night

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