South Drive Manor
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... used by the allied forces in WWII, the wreck is intact and visibility was good at about 10m, ok but not the 30m we were hoping for. We also dived upon the wreck of the USS New York, a massive wreck, more than a 100m in length, this was an interesting dive, visibility was not good at
about 3-5 meters, we stayed inside the wreck a bit long and did an emergency deco stop upon surfacing. After an interesting 2 months, a couple of flights, many ferry and bus rides I moved on to Singapore.
... Little rocky bricks of ice and **** if it hits your head. That's too rare to occur and I prefer not to. Baguio city being the best place most of filipinos spend their summer. And I myself, been there.
It was my first time when I went to Baguio. It's actually our team building. It wasn't peak season that time. As far as ...
... Later that after noon my dad came to pick me up with my younger 2 brothers, (in a taxi!) I wondered what had happened to Tin-Tin, why had they not come to pick me up in him? As soon as I entered the taxi I asked. Well, the answer I got defiantly showed that Tin-Tin was a box of tin, he had broken down on the highway! They had hailed a taxi and come to pick me up in it. Apparently tin tin stopped working and would only drive ...
... But it can also be tiring, annoying and hard, especially if you're worn out from your travels.
The Philippines have already taught me a lot.
There are times where I find myself wishing someone would stick one of these pathetic coloured Thai stickers on my Tshirt to ensure that I'll end up at the destination of my wish.
So, I reckon, everything is always a matter of perspective ;-)
... museum (the Kabayan National Museum and Bencab Museum) to name some that houses their artworks.
We never had the chance to experience their famous caves, the Balatoc Mines Tour and the trekking in Mt. Pulag (known as the playground of the Gods and is the 2nd largest mountain in the Philippines) but who knows that on our next visit, this will be my next ...