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  • Negros IslandWe left in the morning for the ferry ride to Negros, Dumaguete, a supposedly nice college-town We had planned to stay overnight in Dumaguete, but when we arrived we f Posted by InTwoPlaces in South East Asia Winter 2014 - 2015 | Jan 12, 2015
  • Bohol, PhilippinesTyphoon Ruby meant that we had to cut short our time on Palawan and so got the first available flight to Cebu island. Cebu is a relatively large central island and many people use it as a base to ferry Posted by bloorsontour in Bloors on Tour | Jan 12, 2015
  • Palawan, Philippines Keen to get out of Manila and without a plan as to where, Palawan sounded a good bet. We booked flights for under £50 for the 2 of us, left a load of stuff in Manila and headed of Posted by bloorsontour in Bloors on Tour | Jan 11, 2015
  • THE ANTIQUE ROAD SHOWField marshall montgomery, Haig, Kitchener, Hitler, Stalin all had contingency plans. Churchill had contingency plans in place for a German Invasion. Any trip to Asia needs a contingency plan. As the writer Penelope Lively said "It seems to me Posted by gavinbose in TEMPLES,TEAS,TIGERS & TANTRUMS IN TRAINS | Jan 9, 2015
  • Cebu and Bohul Islands, PhilippinesAt 6 am the day before New Years Eve we took the Mono-rail just outside our hotel to Sentral Station in Kuala Lumpur where we jumped on the Airport Express tram. This system works very well and it's much faster Posted by InTwoPlaces in South East Asia Winter 2014 - 2015 | Jan 6, 2015
  • Manila, Philippines Our first impressions of the Philippines weren't that great when we were greeted by a scam taxi company at the airport; charging us 1600pesos instead of 300pesos for a Posted by bloorsontour in Bloors on Tour | Jan 2, 2015
  • THE TROUBLE WITH RUBY"Any news?"I asked the host of the White Beach guest house on the island idyll of Boracay. I was enquiring about the status of the impending super Typhoon Ruby. Joelle showed me on his computer screen. An ominous Posted by gavinbose in TEMPLES,TEAS,TIGERS & TANTRUMS IN TRAINS | Dec 30, 2014
  • More Fun in the Philippines After a full day of travel (which included a tricycle ride to the bus terminal, a 6-hour bus ride to Puerto Princessa, an hour flight to Cebu, a 45-minute taxi ride to Posted by NicoleandJens in Eastbound and Onwards | Dec 17, 2014
  • Flight ExchangeRestate and assure help I understand that you wish to change your flight and I'd be more than happy to help you with your request. If I understood you correctly you mentioned that you wish to change your flights, let me Posted by kismetcrazy in How To's and What Not's | Dec 14, 2014
  • Palawan's PerfectionWe flew into Manila and only stayed there one day before transitting to Palawan. Manila is a big city with so many Spanish, Chinese and American influences all mixed up with the native Filipino heritage. The city suffers Posted by NicoleandJens in Eastbound and Onwards | Dec 8, 2014
  • Up, North and PersonalPART I The other day, I was enjoying the company (chatting via WhatsApp) of my cute British friend/buddy Mikey, when he mentioned something about planning a trip to Asia, visit Japan and a lot of nearby countries as well (Ding!). Naturally, Posted by infinityice9 in My Haven on Earth | Dec 4, 2014
  • Finding Chocolate Hills is still Fun in the PhilippinesI miss doing sidetrips during out of town conduct of official business. I really subscribed to the saying, "Doing Business with Pleasure." My latest trip to Bohol was an opportunity to do s Posted by crisbernal in Laag ni Tantongay | Nov 19, 2014
  • Doing Pilgrimage is More Fun in the Philippines Gastardo Family We are a family of Roman Catholics. We grew in the church, we learned many great things in the church, I earned many beautiful experiences that helped me g Posted by crisbernal in Laag ni Tantongay | Nov 19, 2014
  • Climbing Baguio with Family is More Fun in the PhilippinesNov 1 and 2, 2014 were the final dates. These were the days I fulfilled my promised to bring my whole family to Baguio City. I have Posted by crisbernal in Laag ni Tantongay | Nov 19, 2014
  • The Sparks of Fire "Batangas, the next to Baguio in terms of its known climate and temperature. This is exiting. And not far from Batangas lies the Taal Lake, I wish I could catch a glimpse of the smallest volcano in the world." I Posted by electricace21 in A Paradise of Fire and Warmth | Oct 7, 2014
  • De Nice BoraCAI Boracay is considered as one of the most popular islands in the world. It lies at the heart of the Philippine archipelago. Particularly, it is found in the province of Aklan that is Posted by Denice Cai in wAnderEr | Sep 30, 2014
  • Windy Paradise of the South [float=right][/float]Tagaytay City, known as Second Summer Capital of the Philippines, is a city in the province of Cavite . According to TravBuddy, a travel website, it is the 6th most Posted by Dj_Razs in Paradise in the Orient | Oct 6, 2014
  • Hopping on the Galleon PortPuerto Galera may not be as popular as Boracay, but it is definitely one of the most accessible getaways for those who are settled in or near Metro Manila. This beauty is located at the northwestern tip of Oriental Mindoro, Posted by kimtheexplorer in Where She Went | Oct 5, 2014
  • Dear Roomie ... Dear Roomie, Halos tatlong linggo palang tayo magkakilala, pero parang ang dami ko na'ng alam tungkol sayo. Mula sa eating habits, sex life, love life at hanggang sa movie choices mo. Pa'no ko ba naman hindi malalaman, eh dinig na Posted by GingerFerrer in Gingers' Corner | Oct 1, 2014
  • Volunteer VacationsI recently went on my own version of Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray, Love". There was definitely a lot of Eating (border-line gluttony), a little bit of Praying, but more importantly an abundant amount of Loving. Don’t get excited…I didn’t fall Posted by meeshyme17 in Meeshy's Mochila | Sep 26, 2014
  • My Kish Exit Story: Surviving in Kish Island, IranLike most foreign workers in The UAE, I was required to exit the country while awaiting my work permit. Some are lucky enough to be able to do A to A (airport to airport) wherein all they need is an Posted by GingerFerrer in Gingers' Corner | Sep 5, 2014
  • Exploring the Island[center] Yup, that's the remnants of a backboard you can see over there. There is an unprecedented love of basketball in this country. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/529454/large Posted by chschen in Teenie Travels | Aug 15, 2012
  • Beach BummingIn between dives and studying diving, we had some time to bum around on the beach. [center] White sand beaches! [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/529454/large_P8153155-edited.jpg Posted by chschen in Teenie Travels | Aug 14, 2012
  • To Malapascua[center] It takes a while to get to Malapascua, but we're finally on the last leg of the trip (a short boat ride)! Firs Posted by chschen in Teenie Travels | Aug 13, 2012
  • ManilaThe Philippines have never aroused any interest in me to visit them, but when I found that the cheapest way to move on (by far - like 50%) was via Manila, I thought it would be interesting to stop over Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Aug 21, 2014
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