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  1. #21

    Re: How about the Travel Thread

    before the discussion thread morphs into the food network, please be reminded that all food discussions are in the other thread, thank you.
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  2. #22

    Re: How about the Travel Thread

    Everyone who lives in Metro Manila seems to want to go to the country or anywhere outside of the city as their idea of travel and R & R.

    I know the traffic and polution are horrendous in the city but there are places you should check out within the city that may surprise you.

    First among these is what I call a church tour: the city of Manila has some of the most beautiful and historical churches anywhere. Right in the U-belt area you have the San Sebastian chapel made of Belgian steel, one of the few structures the bombs of wars and the rumblings of quakes could not bring down. From there you can go to the San Beda chapel, about as Gothic and medieval as it gets with dark hardwoods and low ceiling. The mosey on over to the very popular St Jude chapel and St Michael the Archangel chapel along Laurel within Malacanang.

    In Intramuros there is San Agustin and of course the Manila Cathedral. By the way, did you know this is actually the EIGHTH Manila Cathedral, with the first seven incarnations getting bombed, burned, blown up or brought down by quakes. Finally there is Ermita chapel aka Kapilya De Nuestra Senora De Guia and Malate church.

    Along the way you can check out how Manila must have looked like at the turn of the century with the older and still intact houses as well as some buildings that have stood since before the second World War.
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  3. #23

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    Sir Joe, parang field trip nung Grade School ;D

  4. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by christian
    Sir Joe, parang field trip nung Grade School¬* ¬*;D
    Manong Joe Scoundrel. A.K.A. The Bus Driver....
    BASTA'T SEKSI.... LIBRE (since 1979).

  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluewing
    Quote Originally Posted by christian
    Sir Joe, parang field trip nung Grade School¬* ¬*;D
    Manong Joe Scoundrel. A.K.A. The Bus Driver....
    Bakit parang sounds like a porno character: "The Bus Driver"...

    I forgot to mention you may want to have lunch or meryenda at the Hotel De Intramuros, a DOT-run hostel where a number of Manila schools send their HRM students for practicum. I swear its as if you were transported to turn of the century Manila.
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  6. #26

    Re: How about the Travel Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel
    Quote Originally Posted by bluewing
    Quote Originally Posted by christian
    Sir Joe, parang field trip nung Grade School¬* ¬*;D
    Manong Joe Scoundrel. A.K.A. The Bus Driver....
    Bakit parang sounds like a porno character: "The Bus Driver"...

    I forgot to mention you may want to have lunch or meryenda at the Hotel De Intramuros, a DOT-run hostel where a number of Manila schools send their HRM students for practicum. I swear its as if you were transported to turn of the century Manila.
    tanong, manong joe:

    saan ka naman namamasyal kapag may pera ka at di ka nagtitipid? :D
    BASTA'T SEKSI.... LIBRE (since 1979).

  7. #27

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    ^^^ I go "around the world" with Vanna over at Pegasus. Then I "take a cruise" with Lia at Golden Stag. And finally I "hit the spa" with Kring at Caesar's.

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  8. #28

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    ^^ no wonder you earned the monicker "the bus driver" ;D
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  9. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Cubao
    ^^ no wonder you earned the monicker "the bus driver" ;D
    maraming sine-send to school...
    BASTA'T SEKSI.... LIBRE (since 1979).

  10. #30

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    I brought my car to Davao City from Manila via Superferry. Total cost for RORO 19,052 pesos for a one way trip. Punuin mo na ng gamit yung kotse kahit ang space lang na matira e yung para sa iyo bilang driver ayos lang. Tapos I had an upgraded accomodation. Suite accomodation sa Superferry for 7,700 pesos including na meals dito for 2.5 days.

    Suite accomodation sa Superferry includes: Bottomless hot and cold water, Dream Satellite fed television. Sofa, T&B with bathtub, 2 single beds and a dresser, 2 breakfast meals, 3 lunch meals and 3 dinner meals, toiletries, towels and towelettes.
    Practice makes perfect but nobody's perfect so why practice!!!


 
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