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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but I personally didn't think it was all that great. I was too scared to take my camera out most of the time when in Manila.
From Intramorous you can walk to Rizak Park which is nice. There is only one mosque is quite far out but it was worth it for me as I had the chance to meet the muslim community.
Walking around in Makati was safe and trying out the ...
... 1 hr 45 so quick quick had to fill in three forms for the authorities though! There is one innovative idea on this flight it has no IFE but you can download app before flight which allows you to tune into their wireless entertainment system not seen that before! Right will soon be in the philipines for the first time just started our ...
... completely wasted and/or if you're been involved in an accident. Seat belts are optional. You can drive while talking, texting, playing, etc on your phone. There are motorbikes with 10 people on them, you can go the wrong way, there's no lane, use of lights is optional, and you have to lock your doors so no one jumps in at the lights!! It's friggin amazing I don't see death all around me!! The traffic was ...
... of Bontoc. We could not stop smiling as we were walking away from these people. Beauty really is in the simplest of things...............
BANAUE, BATAD AND RICE TERRACES TO DIE FOR – We took the slow bus from Bontoc to Banaue. We found accommodation at the Greenview Inn which provided spectacular views from the hotel terrace. We took a tricycle (motorbike with side carriage attached) to see the famous Banaue Rice Terraces which are over 2000 years ...
... landing in the Philippines at about 5:30am. We grabbed our bags and went for a few more hours sleep on a stone window ledge in a quiet corner of the airport.
By mid-morning we'd climbed aboard an airport shuttle bus destined for the LRT skyrail station. This provided our first glimpse of Manila, which seemed like any busy city. The local jeepney and "tricycle" (bike and sidecar, available in either motorised or pedal-powered form) public transport ...