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Travel Blogs from Olongapo
From San Juan, we took the 'short' journey (no journey is ever short in The Philippines) back down south to Subic Bay, where Rich was going ship wreck hunting! Subic is a huge protected bay, which makes it a great place for ships to rest, in fact it was used as a US Navy base right up until the turn of the century. With this comes a lot of …
... could turn off the air conditioning and be at a more comfortable "Lemur" doesn't appear to have been considered. It is a mistake to wear shorts when the temperature is Penguin.
... 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!!!
... before heading out on a speedboat to two wrecks, the first and American landing craft which was absolutely stunning to swim along and play with the rays and hermit crabs that live on its rusting collapsed frame. A great dive to get started and then we moved to an incredible Japanese patrol boat, only 20-25 metres in length, which meant you could swim around it a few times and a huge blast hole in the side of the hull from some sort of large ...