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If you're bothered by grizzly pictures with a religious theme then don't look at this entry.
This one will be mostly a picture entry but first some background.
Every Good Friday in San Pedro Cutud, Luzon, Philippines they reenact the last day of Christ. This happens at quite a lot of places in the world but here they do it …
Today started early, 8am.
A quick breakfast, then we (Veronika, Marc and Ymane) headed to the bus station.
After receiving 2 different directions, we were en route to Capas, from where we would take a jeepney to the Mount Pinatubo base camp.
(About Mnt. Pinatubo- http://geography.about.com/od/globalpro blemsandissues/a/pinatubo.htm)
The bus took about three hours, and it was great to get to see something other than Manila!
... 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 ...
... old relic Train that was used in the early times of the Hacienda (please see picture of the train) and by the way the Hacienda Luisita specialized as Sugar Plantation during Spanish/American Colonial era of Philippines, The Hacienda Luisitas's ...
During my trip in Angeles City, I have been amazed on how Filipinos entertain foreigner in their country.
It has been a lively and heart warming trip. The hotel that I have stayed in (Penthouse Hotel and Residence) has hospitable staff and made my stay the best getaway as possible.
The hotel itself presents a classy feel to it that endows their visitors with heart felt service. ...