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Tricycle Taxi Transport In Puerto Princesa
Philippines

There are no taxies  like we know it in Puerto princesa city . The capital of   Palawan.  The tricycle is the main transport in the city and for about 10 pesos it will bring you almost anywhere in the city. The drivers are all very skillfull and there is no reason not to use the tricycle as your main transport

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Uploaded: 28/02/2013
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Tags: tricycle; taxi; transport; puerto princesa city; palawan; tourism
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