Momi Berlin had a Palawan adventure for three days and two nights. Together with dear friends Smash and Mrs. Chua, the three girls stayed in a decent pension house.
The Remari Pension House staff, especially “All Around,” was too accommodating. “All Around” (how we named the friendly personnel) added an extra bed, provided us with clean towels twice a day, and even served breakfast as early as 5:30 am (a special arrangement as we needed to catch a 6:30 am Dos Palmas bus ride).
Tricycles are the most common modes of transport in all the cities and municipalities of Palawan. Inside, it can accommodate a maximum of four persons and can reach even the most remote place with its small body yet powerful engine. The fare for each was only P7.00.