Mysterious land of magic, sorcery and the unknown
Despite the subtitle, I must say that on my visit to this mellow and exotic island I didn’t experience anything even close to witchcraft or the occult during my short stay there. I merely wanted to bring this out at the start, since to many people just the name “Siquijor” conjures up all sorts of voodoo or magical thoughts and ideas. Many Philippine people won’t visit Siquijor fearing they might fall victim to some sort of strange curses, hexes or spells. Prior to leaving on my trip there, I mentioned to a few Philippine friends that I was going to visit Siquijor, and most looked at me strangely and sort of cautioned me about the potential “evil” I may encounter. Nonsense! LOL. Nothing stopped me from exploring this unique place, and I loved every minute I stayed there. See the following maps to get a feel for where this island is located…..
The easiest way to get to Siquijor is to fly into Dumaguete and then take a ferry boat to Siquijor. From the Dumaguete port it is just a 45 minute ride and costs about 150-200 pesos each way. When you get to the port in Siquijor, you are greeted by this sign…..
I bought my airline ticket from Manila to Dumaguete a month prior to my leaving, so I got a good price. The round trip ticket cost roughly 5000 pesos using Cebu Pacific Air. I have used them for all travel from Manila to other places in the Philippines, since they offer the best prices.
Now for whatever reason, I did not book my hotel until a week before my trip, because I thought there would be an abundance of rooms available in Siquijor. Normally there are plenty of vacancies in the several hotels and resorts there, but what I didn’t know was that the week I planned to visit was the first week of Chinese New Year, and there were lots of Chinese tourists packing into the island and everywhere else in the Philippines as well.
I wanted to get a hotel on the west side of the island in San Juan, because that is where the marine sanctuary is located with good snorkeling, and I also wanted to get good sunset photos over the sea there. When I Google searched for available rooms a week before my trip, all the rooms were booked in the San Juan area except for the very expensive Cocoa Grove Beach Resort. This place is spectacular and probably the finest beach resort on Siquijor, but it was too pricey for me. So, I had to settle for any place that had an available room, so I ended up staying at the Blue Wave Inn Resort right on the beach. It wasn’t too far north of San Juan, and it was actually a really nice hotel with very beautiful, well landscaped and well maintained grounds. The outside was very nice, but the rooms were just simple and plain. Room rates were about 1400 pesos per night, and it suited me just fine for my short visit.
Here are some pics of the Blue Wave Inn Resort grounds and open gazebo restaurant and staff…..
Here’s a little video clip taken in the front of the resort…..
Here’s a photo taken very early in the morning on the beach behind the resort…..
And some pics showing the beach behind the resort…..
And a quick clip by the beach during low tide…..
I visited Siquijor with an American buddy, and the day after we arrived and got settled into the hotel, we wanted to explore the island. Through the front desk receptionist at the hotel, we got a filipino driver with a van who agreed to take us for an all day trip around Siquijor. It was up to us as to where we wanted to go and how long we wanted to drive. Since I was interested primarily in seeing the island where it borders on the sea, I told the driver to drive us around the main road that circles the entire island. See the map below to view that road…..
We drove at a leisurely pace around Siquijor, and whenever I saw something interesting or saw a nice view out into the sea, I would ask the driver to stop so I could snap some photos. Here are some of the things we saw along our journey around this magical island…..
Next we stopped at the Coco Grove Beach Resort to view a little of the grounds there along with the beach. Out in the water beyond the beach there is the beginning of the marine sanctuary that offers excellent snorkeling. The strange and bizarre things you see at the bottom of the sea along with the fish swimming around makes for an intriguing snorkeling experience well worth a visit!
Along the way we stopped at a little park area that served food and drinks. It also had a small beach area with a large water slide that led right into the sea.
And a little clip…..
Another stop we made was by a huge banyan tree that was supposed to be several hundred years old. People would stop and park their cars there to go view the tree close up. There was a tiny open concession stand and souvenir shop right next to the tree. Among the things they sold there were some tiny colorfully painted voodoo dolls, so I had to buy 4-5 of them seeing that I was visiting this land of sorcery and evil spells! LOL Here are a few pics from that stop…..
While traversing this large circular highway around the perimeter of Siquijor Island, we stopped at various points where the views were rather interesting. Here are a few pics I snapped along the way…..
And a little clip of the ocean scenery…..
Well that finishes up my short visit to this clean and largely unspoiled island of the Philippines. Having viewed the entire perimeter of the island along the sea, I would estimate that 95% 0f the beachfront property was undeveloped and virgin. It’s a really great place to hang out at a beach for a few hours, since you can go anywhere along the coast and most likely you’ll be the only one by the water. There is just an overabundance of uninhabited beachfront property framing the entire island.
Despite not having seen any ghosts, witches, demons or any of those folklore things, my experiences on Siquijor were outstanding. It is a wonderful and beautiful, clean and fresh pristine and untainted island at the southern part of the Philippines. I highly recommend giving it a visit, since it’s pretty much a virgin island with hardly any tourists or commercialization. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
The Philippine People
The Philippine people are an interesting lot, and I’ve been blessed by having met so many of them over the years. I’ve been an avid photographer all of my adult life, and when I visit new foreign venues I usually photograph a bunch of the native people there. In my 7 visits to the Philippines prior to my moving here 18 months ago, I snapped lots of people pics. Here’s just a few pics of the colorful Philippine people (Filipinos) just for starters. I took a leisurely motor scooter ride around Puerto Galera around Sabang and Poblacion and just snapped away at all the interesting locals…..
As you can see, I encountered lots of the local Philippine people along my short trek. They are a very friendly and reasonably happy bunch of people. Despite living in conditions that we westerners would consider to be rather simple and primitive, for the most part they appear to be quite content. Prior to taking their photos, I would always gesture to them asking if I could photograph them, and I cannot ever recall any of them refusing.
Scuba diving in Puerto Galera is very popular for serious divers from all over the globe, so this venue is always replete with foreign visitors. The locals are used to seeing new foreign faces all year long. The tourists pump lots of revenue into the local economy, so they are most welcome here. Aside from the attraction of diving, there isn’t a lot going on in Puerto Galera, so the people are pretty laid back and mellow, and again, they are quite friendly. Here are more pics from my short motor scooter trek along the rolling hills of this laid back little gem of a diving mecca…..
So here we have a taste of the Philippine people as they look in the course of their daily lives in but one of countless destinations in the Philippines. As I continue with this photo blog I will be adding more and more photos of the unique characters that I encounter in the Philippines, the land of over 7,000 islands. I have truly enjoyed all my journeys throughout this exotic and alluring country, and now that I have been living here for awhile, I’ll be sharing lots of photos from this land that I have learned to love so much. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks so much.
Subic City Market – Subic Bay, Philippines
Subic City Market in the province of Zambales by Subic Bay is a typical Philippine open market where the locals buy their daily fresh fish, chicken, pork, fruit, vegetables and more. Since most of the Philippine people do not own freezers, they need to buy their food fresh every day or ever few days. That’s good, because you can’t beat fresh, never-frozen food! From Barrio Barretto the market is about 3 1/2 miles away or about a 10-15 minute ride away. See the map below to see the market location…..
The ride to the Subic City market from Olongapo or Barrio Barretto is along a 2 lane highway with stores and businesses dotting both sides of the street. When you get close to it you turn left and drive a few hundred feet to the market. Subic Bay is very close behind the market, and a little river runs along the left side of the buildings and leads right into the bay. I went to the market with my landlady’s live-in housemaid Eva, and I wanted her with me to show me around the market and to help me pick out the ingredients to make fish sinigang. I’ll get into the sinigang later in this post. Here are a couple photos of Eva and then some pics of the outside vendors at the market…..
These vendors are on that little river on the left side of the market…..
Here are some pics of the outside of the market – really plain, simple and primitive…..
Eva first led me inside the market to the fish vendors where I could get some small lapu lapu (grouper) steaks for my fish sinigang. I didn’t realize that lapu lapu was a fairly pricey fish to use for sinigang, but I got it anyway. Most Philippine people use the inexpensive and plentiful bangus (milkfish). We got to the market at 7:00 a.m., and I swear, the fish was so fresh that here and there I saw a few small tilapia fish flopping around on their display. Now that’s fresh fish!
Anyway, here are some photos of the fish in the market…..
And then some more photos from inside the market…..
After we got the fish, some pork, and a few other goodies, Eva took me to the market outside where we got the vegetables to go into the sinigang: tomatoes, onions, daikon (long white radish), Asian long eggplant, kangkong (water spinach), chili peppers, and fresh tamarind. Here are some photos of the produce vendors outside the market…..
And then when we got home, Eva showed me how to make the fish sinigang. Here are the ingredients that went into it…..
The lapu lapu steaks…
The tomatoes and onions sauteed for a few minutes…
Then the other vegetables boiled…
The tart tamarind was thoroughly boiled, then smashed up and strained into the sinigang pot…
A few spices added for flavor…
And after all the vegetables were boiled, the fish was added for a few minutes to make sure it wasn’t overcooked. Here’s the finished product: fish sinigang made from never-frozen fresh fish and vegetables. Essentially, it’s a somewhat tart, very nutritious fresh fish stew that’s a traditional and popular Philippine dish. Masarap!…
So this was my trip to the primitive Subic City market. It was simple and a bit tattered, but the beauty of it is that ALL the food sold there was FRESH and never frozen. These Philippine people eat simple food, but they eat very well with all the fresh and nutritious ingredients they use. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
El Nido – Palawan
Palawan itself has the reputation of being the most beautiful island in the world, and it was voted that a few times. Now El Nido in Palawan is one of the most picturesque, most gorgeous parts of the Philippines, and definitely one of the more exotic and alluring destinations on the globe. The tiny town of El Nido is merely just another small Philippine city, but the islands close offshore are the main attraction when visiting here. People come from all over the world to visit these islands. Here are 2 maps where you can get a feel for where El Nido is located. Look at the top on the left of the island of Palawan to see El Nido…..
El Nido was the final destination I explored when I visited Palawan. Since it is a major tourist attraction, the hotel prices are fairly high. I found a room with 2 beds for 2400 pesos per night for my filipino driver/friend and myself with breakfast included. It was located right on the water with a nice view of the bay. See the pics of the hotel and the view of the bay. In the first photo our hotel was the maroon colored one on the left…..
There are 4 island hopping tours offered in El Nido, and they call them simply Tour A, B, C, D. Regardless of who you book your tour with, be it through your hotel or one of the travel agents in the town, each tour visits the same group of islands for the day. At about noon during each tour, you dock by one of the islands and the boat crew prepares lunch. They get a fire started and barbecue fish, seafood, chicken, pork, vegetables and serve freshly cut fruit. The meals we had each of the two days we went island hopping were excellent. Each tour costs about 1200-1400 pesos per person depending on where you book your tour. Here are some photos of our island hopping tours…..
The above photo is of Matinloc Shrine, and below is a short clip taken atop the peak of the rocks there…..
And here are some photos of El Nido town…..
So this was my first visit to El Nido in the north of Palawan. It is truly a scenic and majestic venue to explore. Give it a visit, and you may discover that it is perhaps the most enchanting tropical paradise on earth. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
Port Barton, Palawan
A few months back I visited Palawan for the first time, and I picked 3 destinations to explore on this brief 8 day excursion. One of these destinations was Port Barton. Prior to taking this trip, I did a lot of Google research to find locations in Palawan that offered clean, unspoiled beaches with clean water, and Port Barton often came up with these searches. So after flying into Puerto Princesa and spending a few days there exploring Honda Bay, I headed to Port Barton. To get a feel for where it is located in Palawan, see the map below. You can see it is located on the west coast of Palawan close to the top of the island proper…..
From Puerto Princesa you take the main highway that pretty much runs along the eastern edge of Palawan which is called Puerto Princesa North Road. The bulk of the road is close enough to the ocean that you can see it in many places along the way. Here are a few photos of things I saw about halfway to Port Barton….
When you reach the city of Roxas, you turn left and drive about 30 miles right into Port Barton. After you are on that road for just a few minutes, the pavement stops, and it is dirt road the rest of the way there. Luckily, I was traveling during dry season, and the road was fine. (Imagine these disastrous roads with mud, ruts, and deep puddles after several heavy rains) I had rented a car which my filipino friend was driving on this trip, and in the ad for the car rental agency, it specified that if a car is going to be used to go to Port Barton during rainy season, then only 4-wheel drive vehicles can be rented. Here are a few pics of that road…..
So once we were in Port Barton, we found a simple, inexpensive hotel to stay, and then we walked around a little to check out the scenery. This place is really primitive with only small, private hotels, sari sari stores, and a few restaurants. They only have electricity here from 5:00 p.m. until midnight, unless you stay in a hotel that has a generator which will supply electricity for a longer period of time.
The next morning I went out pretty early at about 7:00 to check out the beach area and take some photos. Our hotel was about a 5 minute walk to the beach. Here are a few things I saw during my morning walk…..
So, this is what you will see if you walk around the city of Port Barton – interesting things, but the real attraction of Port Barton is the islands and coves out in Port Barton Bay. That is precisely why I came here – to explore the splendor of the islands and see the life on the floor of the sea.
We procured a banka boat with its 3 brother crew to take us out on an all day island hopping/snorkeling trip. They charged us 2500 pesos for the whole day trip, and that included the snorkeling gear and a wonderfully prepared lunch out on one of the gorgeous islands. We all met at the boat at about 9:00 in the morning and headed out to do some snorkeling. Here are a few pics of what we saw while out on this boating excursion…..
This crew of brothers knew exactly where all the best diving and snorkeling sites were. They took us to our first snorkeling spot, and I used my new GoPro underwater camera for the first time to capture what I saw while snorkeling. Check it out…..
Then at around noon, we docked on a scenic island and one of the crew members prepared for us a wonderful and scrumptious lunch, while another one got the barbecue fire stoking for grilling the fish, pork, and eggplant. Here are some pics of our chef preparing the day’s fare…..
Here are a few pics of the island we were on for our lunch break…..
And here’s a little clip giving a panoramic view of where we ate our lunch…..
After we finished lunch, we headed out again and went to another island where we hung around for an hour or two prior to returning back to our dock. Here are a few pics while out on that island…..
So this was our spectacular first exploration of the magic and splendor of Port Barton. This is still an unspoiled paradise thus far spared from commercialization. How long it will remain that way is anybody’s guess, but what I discovered while exploring all of Palawan, commercialization is at a minimum. Palawan is often called the last frontier in the Philippines, since its pristine natural wonders are all still intact for everybody to enjoy. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
Puerto Princesa – Palawan
Puerto Princesa is the city you arrive in when you fly to Palawan. The large island of Palawan has been recently voted as the most beautiful island in the world , and it always ranks in the top 10 best islands on the planet. It has been said that Palawan is the last frontier in the Philippines, because it still has largely unspoiled, virgin land that has been spared from over-development and commercialization. It is a real treat to visit this fresh and clean Philippine island.
Here’s a map of Palawan. Puerto Princesa is on the east coast about in the middle of the island.
I visited Palawan about a year ago, and prior to going, I did a lot of Google research to decide which places I would like to explore there. Puerto Princesa was the first place I wanted to tour, and in particular, I wanted to go island hopping in Honda Bay right off the shores of the city. I went on this Palawan trip with a good filipino friend of mine. It’s a big plus having a native travel along with you when exploring a foreign land.
I became acquainted with a Philippine lady prior to coming to Palawan, and she set me up in an inexpensive hotel (pension) in Puerto Princesa that really went far beyond my expectations. The name of the hotel is Lola Charing Pension, and it’s about a 30 minute trike ride from the airport. The room I got cost a mere 850 pesos per night, and breakfast was also thrown in! This place was an extremely well-maintained property with manicured grounds – simply lovely. Here is their Facebook page:
And here are some pics of the place…
The day after we arrived we wanted to explore Honda Bay and go island hopping there. An employee at the hotel told us where we could go to the bay and hire a boat and driver to cruise us around. We procured a boat and crew for 1,400 pesos for an island hopping trip for as long as we like. We cruised around for about 4-5 hours and visited 4 islands, and after that, it was enough for us.
By the dock where we got the boat…..
Here’s a short clip I took at the dock…..
Also at the dock there was a husband and wife team with a booth selling fruit shakes. I got a wonderful one made from fresh avocado, mango, and guyabano – it was delectable and highly nutritious. Yum! …..
The 2 filipinos on the left were the crew for the boat we went out on…..
And some photos of the islands…..
And a clip taken on Isla Pandan…..
So Puerto Princesa and Honda Bay was the starting point of my journey to Palawan. It was truly a thrilling and wonderful experience in this enthralling and exotic land. I highly recommend visiting Palawan for anyone who wants to view perhaps the most beautiful island in the world. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
Subic Bay, Philippines
Subic Bay is a sizeable body of water located on the west coast of Central Luzon in the Philippines. See these maps to get a feel for its location…..
For many years it was the home of a sprawling, very large and important U.S. Naval Base. It was the strongest U.S. Navy presence in the Pacific region. For a variety of reasons, especially political reasons, in 1991 the Philippine government mandated that the naval base be abandoned and all the troops be completely removed from the Philippines. The base was completely emptied out by 1992. For details, click on the following link:
So today, Subic Bay is a laid back, yet thriving little community with a variety of fun things to see and do there. To begin, we’ll start with the beaches. The most popular beach in the Subic area is Baloy Beach. See the map below to locate it at the far left on the bottom…..
I will touch on a couple of the interesting things about the Subic Bay community, and I’ll start out with the most popular beach in the area – Baloy Beach. Just look at the map above and see the beach on the bottom left of the map. Here are a few photos I took along the beach there as well as a few photos taken along Baloy Beach Road which runs along the water there…
Now another attraction that brings in a lot of men to Subic Bay is the nightlife there. The nightlife bars are located in Barrio Barretto which can be seen on the Barrio Barretto bar and hotel map above. These bars employ a bunch of ladies who are available for the men to take out of the bars for a fee, and the ladies supply fun and pleasure for the men.
Now here are a few photos of the Barrio Barretto strip during the daytime…..
And a few photos of the Barrio Barretto bars by night…..
And of course, a few pics of the ladies from the bars…..
So here you have but a taste of what Subic Bay is all about. There is much, much more to the area than is pointed out here. Give it a try when you visit the Philippines. It’s a mellow place with a rich history in U.S. naval base presence. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
Punduquit is a small town on the South China Sea that is west-northwest of Olongapo/Barrio Barretto and is about an hour drive from there. It is pronounced “Poon-duck-it” and it’s a barangay of the municipality San Antonio in the province of Zambales. See the maps below…..
Pundaquit Beach is situated between the foot of a small mountain named Mt. Pundaquit and the South China Sea. (see featured photo at the top of this page to view Mt. Pundaquit and the beach) It is one of the first really clean beaches with clean water you will find if you are coming from the Subic Bay area. Subic Bay is very scenic, but unfortunately the quality of the water isn’t what you would like to swim in.
I lived in the Subic Bay area for 5 months, and when I wanted a nice beach to enjoy for the day, I would head up to Pundaquit. By car the drive is about 50-60 minutes with no major highways to travel. You just take a 2 lane road all the way there with stores, restaurants, buildings, open fields or wooded areas, schools, factories and the like to be seen along the way. I went to the beach this one time with my landlady, her daughter and their live-in housemaid. As you get closer to Pundaquit, on the left you can see a small but husky mountain. On this trip we stopped along the way to snap a couple photos…..
As we got closer to the beach, we drove on a small bridge that ran over a little river. Some farmer was growing vegetables hydroponically right in the river by the bridge. This really intrigued me, because in the U.S. the only plants you see grown hydroponically are in greenhouses under controlled conditions. The plants here looked pretty healthy, so I guess growing directly in the river works for them. See a few pics of the plants and also my landlady and her maid…..
Shortly after this bridge we arrived at the beach. We went to one of few resorts there and had breakfast outside on a picnic table by the beach. Then the girls did a little exploring and I snapped a few pics. Here’s what I saw there…..
After we hung out at the resort by the beach for awhile, we hired a banka boat via the resort to transport us to the first island you see off the beach which is called Camara Island. The boat cost us 1200 php roundtrip and the ride took about 15 minutes to get there. Here are a few pics taken on the island and then on the way back to Pundaquit Beach…..
So there you have it. Pundaquit is a mellow little gem of a place with a great clean beach and a few islands close by that are easily accessible by a banka boat. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
Miss Blue Rock Beauty Pageant 2015
The Miss Blue Rock Beauty Pageant is a yearly event held at the lovely Blue Rock Beach Resort located right in the heart of Baloy Beach in Subic Bay. The resort is a very nicely appointed facility replete with hotel, restaurant, bar, beach, swimming pool, floating bar and more. Traditionally the pageant has taken place in March and continues to be a much anticipated and exciting event for the Subic Bay area. Contestants are drawn from various bars in the Barrio Barretto area and also from some neighboring communities. Some contestants are simply local residents. Then, a few contestants are what we may term “professional” beauty pageant chasers and go from pageant to pageant in hopes of winning prizes and awards.
The photos you’ll see here are from the 2015 pageant where many gorgeous young ladies competed for the top honors and prizes. Prior to the main event, there is a live band performing onstage for the enjoyment of the pageant attendees. Also, there is a dance troupe that performs between various segments of the contest.
Here is a nice little video highlighting Blue Rock’s 2015 beauty pageant…..
And here are the gorgeous young ladies competing in the Miss Blue Rock Beauty Pageant 2015…..
Then, between some of the routines performed by the contestants, a dance troupe called “Baby Dolls” got onstage and performed some of their numbers. Here’s a video clip of one performance….
So these were the lovely ladies who gave us all a wonderfully entertaining and titillating display that warm March evening back in 2015. These pageants are scheduled to take place regularly every March, so if you’re close to the Subic area at this time of year, by all means come to experience this truly thrilling display. You’ll be glad you did! If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.
Puerto Galera Boating and Nightlife
Puerto Galera boating in this exotic maritime community is a must in order to view many of the spectacular sights the destination has to offer. It’s relatively inexpensive (starting at roughly U.S. $40) to hire a simple banka boat for a several hour cruise whether it be for diving, snorkeling, sight-seeing or anything else. I always engage in at least some boating whenever I visit Puerto Galera. On my first trip I met a filipina one night in a Sabang bar, and the next day inquired around the hotel to find someone with a boat who would take us out fishing. We were connected with a young filipino who brought his boat right outside the hotel. Although the fishing was a joke, (since you typically catch only very small fish in the bay) it was an excellent opportunity to simply take in many of the local sights in and around the beautiful Puerto Galera Bay.
You can hire a boat right there at Badladz for any type of boating fun you desire: snorkeling, diving, sightseeing or anything else. Also, in Sabang, you can find many hotels, dive shops, and other places that cater to water and boating activities. Just walk around there and you’ll find just about anything you need.
On my last visit to Puerto Galera while staying at Badladz, I went out on one of their banka boats along with a few other guests of the resort. Two of the men went scuba diving, and the rest of us onboard went out snorkeling. The Badladz boat supplies all the necessary diving/snorkeling gear you need, so it isn’t necessary to supply your own. Here are some pics I took while out on this particular excursion…..
Boating In Puerto Galera
Now aside from all the interesting activities you can partake in during the day in Puerto Galera, in Sabang there is some stimulating and vibrant nightlife offered to complement the mellow activities of the daytime. Several nice bars and restaurants are there for your enjoyment. Included there are about 3-4 bars where you can rent the services of a lady dancer to act as your tour guide or whatever for as many days as you so desire. Like I mentioned earlier, my most recent trip to Puerto Galera was off the beaten path and away from the nightlife in Sabang. I just want to point out that there are a variety of things available to visitors, and you can choose the things that best suit you. Here’s a sampling of photos that will give you but a glimpse of the nightlife offered in Sabang….
Puerto Galera Nightlife in Sabang
So this gives you a little taste of the boating and nightlife adventures you may expect when visiting Puerto Galera. It’s really an interesting place and well worth experiencing. If you have any questions about this post, or should you like to send us a message, you may do so with the form at the bottom of this page. We will gladly answer any queries you may have! Thanks.