Quiet and beautiful seaport town, once used as the capital of Palawan, Western colonists left many exotic buildings for this town.
I feel that the greenery is really pretty good.
In front of the Santa ISABEL fortress, there is a huge square. Placed in the past, it must have been used to highlight the status of the fortress and hold ceremonies. Now, it has become a place for locals to rest and walk. Along the sea on the right side of the fortress, a dam was built. On the tidal flat near the fortress, children often pick up small things in the sea. The long shallows that extend out are so clear that the sea is so clear that you can see the bottom. When you walk along the dam to the end, you will find a small harbor. The ships in the harbor are dotted with familiar crab boats, and more than the boats are dense floating houses. People who take water as their home, have a lot of. Walking back to the square, there was a little boy who was practising cycling by himself, but it brought back memories of childhood. That year, when I was too young, when I went home to the interchange, I was strangely riding a bicycle and thinking about my things. It fell to the sky...In front of the fortress, a few little girls were playing on the grass, and the other two, talking about girls in the promenade, inadvertently jumped for joy. When they are tired, they will sit quietly under the tree beside the promenade. They don’t know what they are talking about or doing. For me, not far away, when I look at them quietly, there is a kind of nameless satisfaction. Feeling slowly filled my heart... the so-called happiness, but so.
The history of FUERZA DE SANTA ISABEL can be traced back 352 years. It is an old antique in the 17th century. Today, it has become a landmark of TAYTAY. Many years ago, the Spaniards used this as an important strategic fortress to deal with the Moorish rebellion, protect merchant ships and fight pirates. By the way, it seems that this is also the common historical mission of most Spanish forts. The scale of the fort is not large compared with that of the Spanish mainland, but it is still very cordial to witness the Western-style architecture of quite pure blood in the remote Philippines. Even though the vicissitudes of life are dilapidated, the main body of the fortress is still intact, and the exquisite relief of the front entrance is even more reminiscent of the grand occasion of the year. Where the entrance leads to the fortress, there is a simple exhibition hall that tells you the history of TAYTAY and the fortress. The most interesting one should be a dolphin skeleton displayed in a glass cabinet. Personally, it is also the first time I have seen it. The most eye-catching inside of the fortress is the small church in the center. This smallest form of church has been specifically mentioned before, called CHAPEL. The wall of the front entrance is mottled and cracked, and the roof inside is dilapidated and in disrepair, but even if there is no statue of Christ, the big cross on the wall is still a witness of time. In the silent place, it makes you feel that Baiju's gap. On the walls and lookout posts facing the sea, weeds spread horizontally and horizontally, and a bench was placed on the left side of the gun mount. If you want to look at the sea so gracefully, it can only happen in this peaceful age. The view of the fortress is excellent, TAYTAY BAY has a panoramic view, the green mountains and green waters will not change naturally, but the golden age and those romantic characters can only pay their respects in the wind...
1. Located between Puerto Princesa and El Nido. 2. It takes 5 hours to take a car on El Nido and you will pass by here. The mountain scenery is pretty 3. The mini van is very crowded. But the mountain road is still pretty, not boring 4. This is right by the sea, and you can see the sea when you are resting and eating. And the network can get better.