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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Bisay Falls at Mt. Kairukan
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-11 01:10:32 (via
In the outskirts of Morong exists a small village tucked away in the rolling mountains. Aetas (or Aytas / Kulot) or those with Aeta lineage make up most of the community's population. Apart from them, it is unlikely you will see anyone else journeying up the mountain on a regular basis. But the few who do come closer to another Philippine treasure.
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Morong - BTPI and the Hanging Bridge
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-03 23:02:43 (via
Stitches out and wound healing, I felt ready to go exploring once more. Hearing about the quiet and beautiful provincial area south of Olongapo and Subic Base convinced me to check the area out. Thus, I decided to head away from the national highway and veer off towards the distant city of Morong in Bataan.
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Wooded hills with rustling brooks and waterfalls
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-31 13:47:51 (via
An amazing adventure: bicycling in Laos from Pak Beng, a sand path with guesthouses, along valleys and paddies to Muang Houn. On to Luang Prabang, with over 60 temples. Via the karst mountains and caves of Vang Vieng to Vientane, the modest capital on the Mekong River.   More...
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San Felipe's Anghalo Falls
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-24 03:54:09 (via
Before my accident, we were able to go exploring again in northern Zambales. This time, we roamed through the outskirts of San Felipe, the fourth and northernmost San of the consecutive "Four Sans" (San Felipe, San Narciso, San Antonio, San Marcelino). Within the depths of the jungle we hoped to find the little known Anghalo Falls.
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Sagrada Familia Caves
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-15 00:09:26 (via
Climbing a long set of stairs that ascends up a mountain in the outskirts of Zambales Philippines takes one to a series of caves collectively known as the Sagrada Familia Caves. It is a tourist spot for avid spelunkers and a popular local attraction especially on Holy Day when many nearby residents climb up to the caves as a form of penitence.
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Pristine White Sand and Mesmerizing Waters
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-06 21:03:44 (via
Clear skies and calm waters made the day ideal for fishing and beach hopping. Waves quietly lapped the shoreline as we pushed the bangka boat into the water, prematurely disturbing the early morning tranquility. After a quick detour to purchase some batteries, I hopped back into the boat, and we took off looking for the perfect beach.   More...
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Twin Waterfalls
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-07-03 02:39:46 (via
Relatively unknown to outsiders, there exists a wonder of nature hidden deep within the outskirts of Iba, Zambales. In fact, even most of the inhabitants of Iba are oblivious of the beautiful Twin Waterfalls of Sta. Barbara.   More...
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Shooting the rapids in Pagsanjan
Submitted by ivanhenares on 2007-06-27 09:36:32 (via
The boat trip to Pagsanjan Falls is a thrill ride one should not miss when in the Philippines. Watching the boatmen jump out of the boat when the rapids come up and hop from rock to rock pulling the small wooden boat upstream against the strong current, is indeed amazing. And the scenery and nature around is simply refreshing.   More...
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Adventures in Tajikistan
Submitted by roxy on 2007-06-22 03:44:14 (via
Although Tajikistan is not a rich country, the first thing that stuns you when you go there is that people are generally well dressed and you can see any brand of car you can think of. Unpredictable traffic, markets where you could buy anything and easily get lost and much more await tourists who are willing to take the challenge of visiting it.   More...
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Sri Lanka
Submitted by bindero on 2007-06-21 01:09:48 (via
Imagine having 50 monkeys on your roof, chasing elephants in bushes, seeing a dead monk laid out on a table, mix it with the idea of running out of batteries, getting electro shocks, lacking alcohol in some restaurants, add superb views, amazing wildlife and a good sense of humor and you’ll get the definition of an ultimate experience in Sri Lanka.   More...
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