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Travel Blogs from San Fernando Pampanga
It finally happened after almost 3 years in the Philippines. I knew it would eventually. I ate balut. It happened during our management teambuilding weekend when Alex asked his driver to buy a bag of them with the intention that he would eat one. When the bag was offered to everyone a few avid balut eaters jumped right in. After Alex managed to …
... in gorgeous green rice fields, mountains, open space.
We arrived in Capas and had a quick lunch of sizzling plates (essentially vegetables and a protein served on a cast iron dish) and pineapple juice.
Then we tried to get a jeepney but confused the whole town, so we figured out we had to take trikes, and we were off to Santo Juliano to find the base camp.
Trikes are small carts on the side of motorbikes, and are the cheapest/easiest ...
... military vehicles so i guess it is also worthy.
Camp Gen. Servillano Aquino was named after the man who was the great grandfather of the current president of the Philippines.
The main attraction here at the Military camp was the Armed forces museum that contains remnants of vehicles for warfare like tanks, fighter planes and helicopters used during the war, in ...
... is still a few ongoing construction work; my stay was still was worth while.
They cater a wide selection of international cuisines that sufficed one palate.
What caught my attention as well is the pool located at the upper deck of the hotel. The view and the breeze just makes me feel free.
I suggest this hotel to others who are planning to visit the Angeles City, Philippines.
Filipino - Pinoy! Beautiful (girl) - Ma-ganda Handsome (boy) - Gwop-po Ugly - bangit How are you? - Komesta? Good! - Ma booty! Small/little - Cunty-lang I love you - Mahal kita Good morning - Maganda oma-ga Good afternoon(late) - Maganda har-pun Good night - Maganda gab-ie Hot - ...