After settling in our room, we had lunch at Haim Chicken Inato and immediately proceeded on our city tour. First on our list was the butterfly farm which was quite disappointing because there were not much butterflies in the farm as we would have wanted.
We also went to the Mitra's Ranch which overlooks Honday Bay. The place is open to the public but the house is closed. Near the ranch is Baker's Hill, which sells bread and has lots of life size cartoon characters. My daughter met some kids there and made new acquaintances.
The following morning, we went on Honda Bay island hopping. We stayed longest at the Snake Island which is being maintained by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Entrance to the island is free and there are a few cottages for visitors.
The waters off the island is teeming with big fishes like jacks, bat, butterfly and angel fishes.
Before retiring for the day, my wife asked that we go to the market to buy some pasalubongs, particularly pearls and other jewelries and fish (they pack your fish with ice for transport back to Manila).
To cap the day, we also went to the baywalk where we saw the tallest Christmas tree in Palawan and also witnessed a parade of lanterns.
The following morning, we prepared to go to the airport for our flight back to Manila. We ordered some Chicken Inato also for pasalubong.