is there any direct bus to go from san pablo to batangas becuase i want to travel from san pablo to puerto galera via batangas port pier?
Hi everyone! I have some Japanese friends who are coming to visit in the first week of December. I'd like to buy them some "Welcome to Cebu" souvenirs. Do you know of a specific shop or stall that sells these? Somewhere within the city would be preferable. Arigatou! =)
hi i need to go to semirara island...and im from luzon and i really dont have any idea about to go there..so i googled everything..and i can see that the san jose mindoro is nearer to semirara caluyan aklan......its easy to get a plane from manila to san jose airport..but my prob is..how will i get to semirara island from san jose airport!!!! need your help badly!!!
I am coming to the philippines end of december.
I can*t really figure out if there are problems and demages in mindoro, in south luzon
and south of negros - places, where I wanted to go. palawan and northluzon
seems to be ok.
thanks for informations!
Good evening mates. Do anyone of you know any transient home or any place to stay at for two weeks and where you can also cook? We would like to stay near Mines View Park. It is for two people. Thank you very much for your help. We are new to Baguio.
My wife was born and raised in Tacloban City, Leyte. She would like to eventually move back and help her family. I would like to join her but have health issues and am a white American. How does healthcare rank compared to U.S. hospitals and clinics? As a white person (American) is there any danger of kidnapping or murder from Islamic leftist groups?
I just want to ask my transportation choices for this route AT NIGHT.
Hi, I had booked a trip to Sogod Bay in Padre Burgos on 16 December. I would be flying into Cebu and taking the ferry to Leyte, either Ormoc or Maasin. From what I understand, Southern Leyte suffered minimal damage from the typhoon but Ormoc was very badly hit. Does anyone have any updates or recommendations? Many thanks!
Already thanks answering my other topics... not sure yet what our route will be, but its sure we go to Palawan. Here is a new one not for myself but for the people off the Islands above El Nido.
Me an my girlfriend can pack 20 kg each normally I Travel with 14 kg so I can bring 6 kg of clothes or other goods to El Nido.
I like to hear what we can bring for the people... what do they need?
Is there a point in El Nido where we can drop the goods?
Contact number of any of the above?
Plus how would you rate the following in terms of facilities and service:
Capones Beach Resort
and the 3 mentioned above?
We're planning to spend the next weekend in Pundaquit. We're a group of 27 so I'm having a hard time choosing a resort that would accommodate us all. Fully-booked na daw ang Canoe!
Dear VT Friends,
Anyone interested to join?
We plan to have a summer trip to the Beach :)
Where: Anawangin Cove, San Antonio, Zambales
When: 24-25 May 2008
Route: Manila to Pundaquit. Then we ride a boat from Pundaquit to Anawangin
Planned departure time from Manila: 6 am.
Activities: Camping, swimming, snorkling, fishing, sleeping, eating and story telling hehehe. (hiking if you want...)
NOTE: We intend to camp there overnight so we need to bring:
a) camping gear (tent and/or sleeping bags)
c) other personal stuff you need
a) bring cars
b) Take the bus- Victory Liner (Caloocan) bound for Iba or Sta. Cruz Zambales. Get off at the town proper of San Antonio then take a tricycle to Pundaquit. From Pundaquit, take the boat going to Anawangin.
Budget: Approx P1500/person.
For more info on Anawangin Cove, San Antonio, Zambales please visit: www.ivanhenares.com
Other comments and suggestions are welcome :)
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