Saturday, June 25, 2016

U-Hop Express | DOUBLE DECKER BUS travelling between El Nido and Puerto Princesa

Today, I had chance to take few photos of the new U-Hop Express Bus, a VIP Bus travelling between Puerto Princesa and El Nido. The bus features 65 reclining seats where you can comfortably rest during the entire trip. Television, lavatory, wifi, and food is available on board.

The U-Hop double decker bus 
Bus entrance, special thanks to U-Hop Staffs for Letting me in.

stairs to upper deck

inside the bus (upper deck)

inside the bus (upper deck)

the vip lounge

inside the VIP Lounge

inside the VIP Lounge

Food and drinks available at the VIP Lounge

CCTV, for your security

the lavatory, looks like an airplanes'

the bus uses two LTE Pocket Wifi with speeds of  up to 42 mbps. 

U-HOP

Introductory Price for June-July 2016 is P700.00 one-way
special discount applies for children 3-8 years old (P350.00/one way), PWDs (P550.00/one way) and Sernior Citizens(P550.00/one way).
you can visit their FACEBOOK PAGE for more details.





Monday, June 06, 2016

Linapacan, Palawan Islands and Beaches

I was invited to join a trip to Linapacan. The fact that the town is located in between Coron and El Nido, towns known for their awesome lagoons and stunning beaches, it made the trip more exciting. In this post, I want to share with you few photos I took during the trip. Palawan is truly amazing.
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Patuyo Island

Somewhere in Linapacan




Ili Island, where we had our lunch

Cala-Cala Island, Our very first island to visit, awesome clear waters


Our last island stop, I highly recommend this island for swimming and
snorkeling. it offers stunning sceneries underwater.


Aside from island hopping, we also had a chance to hike up a hill and see a good view of Linapacan from above. (See it here)




Life | Linapacan Town, Palawan

More photos I took during our travel to Linapacan

an early morning hill hike

a good 15-minute hike to see Linapacan Town Proper from Above

a local fisherman

Busy San Miguel Port

Busy San Miguel Port

Busy San Miguel Port

fresh fishes everyday

preserving squid by drying


See the beautiful islands and beaches of Linapacan (Click Here)