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Adding to the uncertainty was our final stop, the Philippines. The new president is taking an incredibly tough line on drugs, basically legalising murder of dealers and even casual users, whilst terrorism appears to be shaking the Southern islands, to the point where the foreign office has put a red flag on travel to this part of the country entirely voiding all travel insurance in the process, thanks for that.
At the 11th hour, we booked flights from KL to Manila to get the most of our final country on this trip. Both Kelly and I were determined to go out with a bang, and the Philippines has been a top country on this list for a few years now! Arriving in Manila late at night resulted in writing the majority of the next day off apart from a quick trip out to explore the surround area. Whilst Manila felt similar to other major cities across Asia, traffic here is another level of bad.
Not necessarily in a good way though. Basically everything you can possibly imagine to objectify women; great…. Because of this, and the perceived lack of entertainment or activity in the city, we quickly booked flights outta there to Puerto Princessa, the capital of Palawan. Our time on Palawan was always going to require a lot of moving around. After a couple of days exploring the surrounding areas and beaches around PP, we moved straight onto an area rather new to the travel scene, Port Barton.
Port Barton is a tiny fishing village on a peninsula on the north east coastline. The beach is clean and well maintained, apart from being covered with fishing boats obviously. Inevitably, our minivan packed with bags of flour and backpacks got stuck in the mud for about an hour, resulting in me getting down and dirty trying to push it out of the quagmire, followed quickly by helping the next two vans that also got stuck.
This was all part of the fun though, and paired with the absolutely stunning views on the drive, it was quite the experience overall. Exploring this tiny village takes no time really, but we still spent a good half a day checking out the area.