We continued to the new city hall and looked around the new building of the city government. Actually, a lot is going on in Puerto Princesa. The Robinsons Mall is also new, and I read, that a new airport shall be ready in 2017.
I had called up for an appointment with the dentist, a high school batchmate, and said I could come later in the afternoon. So I sent my little niece and my nephew back to their place, while my other nephew drove me there. Thanks, Vicky! Since the dental clinic of my friend is near the port area, we decided to hang around a bit at the Baywalk, the area that used to be a slum and is now reclaimed and made into a promenade with food stalls. Of course, we also made a short stop at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral and Plaza Cuartel with a memorial for fallen American and Filipino soldiers in World War II.