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Travel Blogs from Manila
... I’ve been to other countries where the driving is crazy….Cairo, Lima, Tanzania, but in those places the pedestrian has right of way. Cars will allow them to cross the street. Not in Manila. Drivers do not ever stop for pedestrians, even if they have the right of way in a cross walk with a signal giving them the OK to walk. Drivers will just keep driving and walkers have to either run or stop in the middle of the road ...
... as a daytime dive, but I felt we analyzed individual items longer. We saw large crabs, a baby octopus that squirted at our dive master, squid that was semi translucent and neon blue colours, clams, and a red floating octopus like plant. When surfaced the starry sky was glimmering. It was a perfect dive day. The next day we caught an 8hr boat ride to Coron. Such a long ride! Coron- 2 full days in this area know for its WWII wreck dives. Breanne and I had a bit of difficulty finding a place ...
After a breakfast made by Janet, we load up the vehicle with my bags and bring Janet, Joshua and Ashley to head to Munoz for my Tatay's birthday party. It has been a learning experience in Bayombong and will look forward to coming back someday.
On our drive to Munoz we see a crazy old naked lady walking the highway in Aritao, we all laughed a nervous laugh. ...
We check out of North Metro Hotel Apartelle and head to Intramurous but have a quick stop at Chowking for breakfast. At Intramurous we get a horse and buggy along with a tour guide. Our tour guide Grace, was fantastic. She knew so much, answered all my questions and her English was easily understandable. I learned about Rizal and his life, accomplishments, romantic relationships, and his works as well. I ...
... while I'm here so it's maybe time to give something back!
My first impression on Manila is fantastic, instantly I love it, it's chaos... I can't believe all the transport and in particular the jeepnays which are the coolest things ever, honestly I've never even seen a picture of these before and I don't know how they escaped me being such a 'petrol head'? They're the most common means of public transport in the Philippines and are known for ...
Other places to stay in Manila
Malate, Manila | Hotelfrom $60
Malate, Manila | Hotelfrom $23
504 Bustos Street Sta. Cruz, Manila | 3 star hotelfrom $24
312 Santolan Rd. corner J. Abad Santos, Manila | 3 star hotelfrom $39
6th Floor Good Earth Building, Manila | 3 star hotelfrom $33