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... wife from an empty cabana on the bay at nighttime, the only light that hits your face is from the phone and it makes you look like you were summoned there by the witch of Endor.
... 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. ...
... However, it seems as if they have not had much success turning Subic Bay into a resort destination because the town is mainly deserted. All along the main road are abandoned buildings and restaurants. There are a few restaurants and a few random outlet stores, mainly sports outlets. One cool place that we saw, but didn't have the opportunity to explore was "Bunker Bob's". It was fashioned out of a real bunker from the ...
... to relax away from our stressful work.
At night you can make your own bonfire near the shore and bring your foods and drinks. (***you can request to the caretakers for bonfire materials for only Php 300).
Living room (with TV and Videoke) *there's available DVD player, so you can bring your own DVD for your favorite movies.
Kitchen (full equipped, with free to use dining wares, stove, refrigerator, microwave ...
... time" to Bataan. The three of us haven’t been to the resort so the prospect of seeing the ancestral houses thrilled us no end.
From the terminal for northbound buses in Quezon City, it took us roughly three hours to reach Bataan via the NLEX. When we arrived in Balanga City, however, we didn’t immediately proceed to our ultimate destination as we deemed it wise to first drop by the Dambana ng Kagitingan ...