Subic Park Hotel
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Nice place. Its near the beach too!
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In two months time i'll be off to Australia.
I have one of those work holiday visas where i can stay there for a year then extend it for another year if i do some regional work for three months.
Am i excited? i was at first... But now i don't know.. I'm leaving a lot behind doing this.. my friends, family etc... but if i stay ...
... Ling Ancestral Hall- Originally constructed in 1570 and rebuilt in the 19th century, this superb building is also a Historical Monumument. The hall's elegant style and splendid decor include exquisite woodcarvings, moldings and murals of fabulous motifs that reflect the superb workmanship of ancient times. If the people in the United States have the last name Tang they are probably from this village. On the way to the last ancestral home the roads were so narrow thru ...
... the bridge: The weather will continue to get better today as we leave the South Part of the South China Sea. We are 160 Kilometers off the coast of the Philippines. or 312 Miles. Hong Kong is 316 nautical miles from where we are now. The wind is presently 33 to 36 knots, this morning is was about 42 knots. The waves are now about 10 to 12 feet. It is 73 degrees outside and the ocean is 75 degrees. It is common at this time to have the water be choppy like this as there ...
... 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.
... that depth. The dive route took the group round the gun turrets, the mast, the 8mm cannons, the brass propeller and also penetrated the wreck, going through boiler rooms, cargo holds and walkways. It was a great way to see The Philippines from a different angle, as this now docile country was once the main theatre of World War II in The Pacific and our next stop would see more wrecks...but this time they would be wrecks of the ...