Swagman RPL Hotel Manila
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... at 9pm, we went straight to the bus terminal. An hour later, stuck in traffic forever, we bought our tickets and waited for the bus along with other tourists and locals heading to the north of the country. Banaue is home to the rice terraces of the Philippines. They are famous for their stratified lush green rice fields surrounded by hills and green mountains. The only way to get there is by a 10 hour bus ride, some overnight and some ...
If you're a commuter coming from Manila, you're best transportation to reach Baguio is via bus. Similarly, you could take the taxi that goes to any part of Luzon if you don't like the hassle , however you would save much more if you rode the bus.
Moreover, the climate here is very different than that of Manila's or any part of NCR. Since the place is elevated compareted to Manila, expect the climate to be much more ...
... Plan B: Queue for check in and hope to God they don't ask for proof of onward journey. Good tactic. As I'm in the queue, nearly at the front, I realise that in all the fare compare websites I've checked Air Asia do not feature. I've heard they're cheap and so check their website. A flight. Next Thursday. Kota Kinabalu to Bali. £51. I couldn't believe my eyes. I kept checking to see if there was some sort of catch. The others had all been in the hundreds of pounds. I ...
... Finally we got on the Emirates flight to KL and we were able to sleep.
We got to KL and were still pretty tired. At least the airport was big and interesting and even featured a mini rainforest in the middle, so we had stuff to keep us entertained.
After 4 hours of KL we hopped aboard Philippine Airlines and headed to the motherland.
When we arrived in Manila, I realised that Mez was now able to stay in ...
Day 2 started with a walk & it is like there is a rule in Manila where a bloke just has to **** every 1km...we seriously saw 3 men having a leak during our walk...one in the ocean, one on the wheel of his horse & cart (WTF) & another just randomly on the road. Being good tourists we managed to score our 1st photo with a security guard. We had breaky in a chain called Binalot which was pretty good...everything comes out in a banana ...