Travel Blogs from Angeles
headed out early to get to the airport for our 9am flight to Clark,
Angeles. Of course, things are never simple and although usually our
tickets aren't even glanced at this time we were turned away at the
security gate for not having any printed. Instead we had to go back
He arranged a 4X4 and a guide, Clement, to take us to 2 lakes and a village.
20 minutes on the 4X4, then a four hour hike in the most beautiful terrain I had seen in a long time!
We hiked for about four hours, and had an incredible time.
The children in the village were amazing.
Such great smiles, so much fun to play with.
According to Clement, since there's no power in the village people have nothing better to do than ...
... military vehicles so i guess it is also worthy.
Camp Gen. Servillano Aquino was named after the man who was the great grandfather of the current president of the Philippines.
The main attraction here at the Military camp was the Armed forces museum that contains remnants of vehicles for warfare like tanks, fighter planes and helicopters used during the war, in ...
... and nature combine especially doing also my jogging routine during weekends so i guess this Hacienda Luisita fits my short weekend gateaway without a plane ticket the Hacienda Luisita also had a wide variety of restaurants to choose from and also had ...
During my trip in Angeles City, I have been amazed on how Filipinos entertain foreigner in their country.
It has been a lively and heart warming trip. The hotel that I have stayed in (Penthouse Hotel and Residence) has hospitable staff and made my stay the best getaway as possible.
The hotel itself presents a classy feel to it that endows their visitors with heart felt service. ...