|The Gypsy's Lair Art Cafe.|
|The place is crammed with art by local artists.|
|They seem to have a 'creepy doll' theme when we were there.|
|Evan had the "burrito". It was a basically a chicken wrap with a few beans. It was nice and fresh but not much for flavour. He said the salsa verde was very good. They do green tomatoes great here.|
|My plate was fantastic! Garlic rice, ground beef with red pepper and raisins, plantains and a fried egg! I mixed them all together. It was great.|
Thus concludes our adventures on Palawan. The only thing we didn't do was the firefly watching in the bay. The city itself isn't that exciting, but the restaurants are great and the tours very interesting. I would definitely recommend this as a vacation destination. Maybe not over the holidays as a lot of places were closed for New Years, but it is worth the trip!
We'd like to come back to Palawan someday but hit up a different location. We would LOVE to dive the Tubbataha Reef (another UNESCO site) but that is a P70,000 adventure. Bit much for our budget right now! Most likely we'd visit Coron and El Nido in the North. They also have great diving.
Thanks for reading about our experiences!