Immaculate Conception Cathedral is just one of the tourist attractions in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. It is located along Rizal Avenue in Barangay Liwanag (located across Plaza Cuartel). This cathedral is very historic. This used to be a small church during the Spanish occupation (circa 1872).
While we’re at the Butterfly Garden, I spotted this sign on a refrigerator 😀 . Does that mean we can drink beer while we’re in the Butterfly Garden? 😉 Perhaps drinking a bottle of Gatorade (spelled as Getorade on the sign) would be a better idea. 😀
You’d probably think that after the city tour in Palawan, you’ll just have dinner and grab a couple of beers at Kinabuchs. You may want to rethink your itinerary and experience firefly watching. In firefly watching you will cruise the Iwahig river for an hour and you will be mesmerized by the beauty of the fireflies. Iwahig river is located at Highway km. 20 Barangay Iwahig Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.
We are glad that we had the opportunity to join the Club EOS Raw Adventure which includes a Landscape Photography workshop in Pico de Loro Cove. Pico de Loro Cove is a Hamilo Coast development and it’s located in Nasugbu, Batangas. To go there, you need to take the Tagaytay-Nasugbu route.
The organizer of the First Philippine Pyro Musical Competition, Platinum Fireworks Inc., won 2nd place in the 21st Macau International Fireworks Competition. This is a glimpse of what we would probably expect on the first and last day of the said event. 🙂
The First Philippine Pyro Musical competition will kick off in February 14, 2010 (Valentine’s Day). It will run until March 14, 2010 (held every Sunday) at the seafront of SM Mall of Asia. This event is organized by Platinum Fireworks, Inc., the first Philippine Fireworks Company that won international recognition. They are also the ones who are displaying fireworks shows in SM Mall of Asia. 😀
The black sand beaches located in Tiwi, Sto. Domingo and Bacacay are actually made up of volcanic sand. Since such black sand beaches (that are made up of volcanic sand) are rare, we decided to drop by in Panarayon Beach in Bacacay.