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... fellow travelers, so we asked Janelle to tell where she traveled and to rate those destinations by 1-10. (For example, which was the 'Best value for money' and 'most enjoying' destination.
So she responded, and the results are in!
Off the beaten path
Proving that even the most visited places have hidden gems. ...
We traveled back to Angeles for our last three nights in the Philippines :-(
We ate a lot, and we drank a lot!!!
One night we drank so much that the next day we couldn't get out of bed until 4pm - what are you doing to us Baz!! The nightlife is just so good, we had such a fun time!!
Anyways not too much to say, but a lot of hilarious drunken photos.
Next stop Hong Kong baby!!!
... than three storeys. It was a really interesting place to be and without all the Philipinos it would have felt as though one was in the States. A very long afternoon shopping and we headed back to the resort via jeepney and relaxed with a huge pizza before crashing out, exhausted from the mall!
I awoke rather early the next day...mainly because of one thing I hadn't done in nearly two months..you guessed it...Subic Bay is in the top ten ...
... a lot of muddy areas. My dad, attempting to avoid driving through a muddy pit, actually almost drove off a hidden cliff - the back passenger wheel was completely off the road! Luckily, with the assistance of several helpful guys from the nearby village, we were able to lift the car back on the road and continue the adventure. Yesterday, Kyle and I hiked to Mt Pinatubo, which was pretty amazing, but I'm going to write about that later because I'm tired of using my words. Night ...
... it on jet lag but let's be real, I'm just out of shape. We also went to a mall and watched Man of Steel. The mall looked like...a mall...and Man of Steel I recommend mostly because Superman is so damn fiiine. Kyle and I are goin to hike to the top of Mt. Pinatubo in a couple of days - some of y'all might remember when it exploded in 1991 and was a huge disaster. My dad said it covered the area we are now in about 12 inches ...