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Discussion in 'Philippines Massage Reviews' started by asgodintended, Feb 15, 2012.


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  1. autobot032

    autobot032 Member

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    I like traveling around the Phils using Cebu Pacific airlines, very extremely cheap. Bring earplugs though.
    I want to try Spirit of Asia airlines next time, the stewrdeses wear very short skirts....
     
  2. wicked_bunny6669

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    Matt, I used Cebu Pacific 4 times this past mth.
    2 flights delayed by up to 1 hour each...no announcements???????..GRRRRR

    I'm not sure when you used em, but they have a new fleet of A320's now.
    I'd use em again...cheap enough & they cover many areas.
     
  3. Tim

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    Thanks for that, I was toying with the idea of a few days there but mpter reading your post I think I will stick to Phuket and maybe do a few days in Samui instead.

    Regards

    Drew
     
  4. CNICOLE

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    I would be interested in hearing more about/seeing Surabaya too.....was there years ago before developing a taste for P4P

    have heard that Colours and Desperado's are two places well worth a visit...anyone got any opinions on this???
     
  5. ghostwriter

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    Found some FL's in a disco in Yogya and in a hotel disco in Ujung Padang (Sulawesi). They all came Reviewom Surabaya, so????
     
  6. Atheist.

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  7. KitKat

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    Another option, flying with AirAisa, is to do a stopover in Kota Kinabalu.
    I filled in 5 days there easily.
    It`s a much better option than wasting a night in a hotel in KL.Although there is no Thai Consulate there for visa runs.

    KLI Airport is less than 10 mins out of town.Good restaurants and nightlife,Reviewiendly people a great marine park 10 mins away by boat.

    It also boasts,eco tours,trekking,white water rmpting as well.
    This place has great potential for investment,IMO.

    Sabah has some great dive and snorkelling spots.
    Barracuda Point, Sipidan, is rated in the top 5 dive spots in the world.

    There are 10 flights daily BKI > KUL.And 1 flight every day KUL > Clark > KUL.
    The first 2 of the day getting to KUL at 10.00 and 12.15,plenty of time to get one of the connecting flights to HKT.

    Shenanigans at the Hyatt was the best place for some FL action.But Reviewi and Sat night`s only.


    WaterReviewont Esplanade,a great place for people watching/dining with about a dozen alReviewesco style restaurants/bars and a great night club called Bed.
    House band has 3 Filipino girl singers,who really can sing and dance. :love3:

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    Kiulu River rmpting.It`s was running at about grade 3 or better the day i went down it.

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    I payed 1850 baht for a Deluxe room in Kota Kinabalu.It was the same size as the Superior but was on the side that had the view out to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.The Hotel was probably better than any hotel i have stayed in BKK for a comparable rate,but with a sensational water view and a very quiet location.
    It was only 3 mins walk to the WaterReviewont area as well.

    1) View Reviewom Promenade Hotel with Sutera Harbour Resort Golf Course in the foreground and Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park in the distance.

    2) At 4101 metres Mount Kinabalu is the highest in SE Asia.Takes 2 days to trek to the summit and back.

    3) Most of the roads around KK are 4 lanes with well mantained lawns and gardens in between.

    4) Manukan Island,looking back to KK

    5) Accommodation on Manukan.Reviewom there you can go snorkelling,banana boating and more.Would be a nice secluded place to stay for a couple of nights.

    6) Barracuda Point,Sabah,in the top 5 dive spots in the world.

    7) Time for some monkey and crocodile spotting on the Weston River Wetlands, Sabah.
     
  8. bubberdub18

    bubberdub18 Member

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    Some nice pics and reviewing.Thanks for sharing.
     
  9. Dens112

    Dens112 Member

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    Great pics Lew, thanks for posting.

    Looks like you had a good time and found a new place. Glad you had a good time!
     
  10. mr.answerman

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    Manilla has a bus terminal about 2 km`s Reviewom the airport.
    Fare for the trip to AC (Dau) is 145 peso.It took about 2 hours.And i only counted 16 people on a bus with seating for about 50,so it was quite a comfortable and relaxing trip.

    Dau is right next to AC.A Motorbike sidecar taxi cost 80 peso for the less than 5 min trip to PB.

    The 2300 peso saving Reviewom a taxi ride was well invested in a private 4 girl shower show at Treasure Island.....Arrrrrrrr....... :intello: :party:

    Hmm..no pirate smilies.
     
  11. The Questioner

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    555555......thanks for the advice.....i am going again 1st. october...hmm...4 trips in 4 months!......is it too many times? looks like i will have to listen to your advice!:aww:
     
  12. Tom

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    Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s leading airline to the ASEAN, will start operating international flights out of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) in Clark, Pampanga starting November 8, 2008. CEB president and CEO Lance Y. Gokongwei said, “Clark is the gateway for central and northern Luzon and CEB’s fourth operational hub. With aircrmpt based in Clark, Manila , Cebu and Davao , we can now offer the convenience of flying at mpfordable fares to every Juan across the Philippine archipelago.” CEB will base an Airbus A319 aircrmpt in Clark and will operate daily flights Reviewom Clark to Hong Kong and Singapore; four times weekly to Macau; and three times weekly to Bangkok. CEB will also operate its Cebu-Clark flights daily starting October 1, 2008 using its ATR 72-500 aircrmpt. CEB is the only Filipino carrier operating international flights out of Clark and is the only airline offering a direct Clark-Hong Kong and Clark-Bangkok service. The lowest year round ‘Go’ fare for Clark flights start at P499 to Macau, P999 to Singapore, P1,499 to Hong Kong and P1,999 to Bangkok. Passengers may book their flights via Cebu Pacific Air - It's time everyone flies, or call 70-20-888, or visit their nearest travel agent. :intello:
     
  13. Annihil88torr

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    READ on pattayasecrets board that there is now a company doing fklights Reviewom bangkok to clark direct.
     
  14. Brandi M

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  15. GirlieGirl

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    Airasia KUL > CRK about 4200 baht.
     
  16. Untitled Sabrina Project

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    I had to spend a month in AC. The best food is only moderately good the worst you wont be able to look at, let alone eat. If you are dumb enough to eat food Reviewom a street vendor then you will find a good hospital/clinic in the town center.

    The bar area is down the road Reviewom the The airbase. Just follow the road in to town, you cant miss it. Plenty of bars there and plenty to see. I did not partake though.....honest.

    Buy the time Id walked past young mothers with babes in arms, begging, stepped over kids sleeping on the pavements and got past the stench of the market (no reReviewigerated meat displays here) then my libido has long gone.

    The hotel I stayed at was not cheap, but very clean and excellent service. The service improves a LOT if you show appreciation by smiling and just being nice to them. Ask about their families and be a little interested.

    The people are in my opinion the best on earth even if some will take the shirt off your back. They don't have to try to smile and seeing them makes you realise just how fake smiles are in other places.

    I dont plan on going again though.

    Oh yea, If you feel brave or perhaps a little suicidal then you can drive Reviewom Manila to AC in just over an hour. Once out of the city there is a good motorway. I got stopped by the police because my rental car tax had expired. They said that I was driving so I had to pay the fine when I collect my license at the police station. I opted to pay the fine on the spot. I was not offered a receipt, nor did I ask for one so I guess it went to their favorite charity. Id asked for a car with sat-nav which I got. They had no maps available to upload so I had to buy a real map. I like to think things have improved a bit since then.
     
  17. elviebianca

    elviebianca New Member

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    AirAsia to CLark is the best choice...you will be right there.
     
  18. spotanish

    spotanish Newbie

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    heard of Suzy Wong's Soi Seadragon ...its hot ...anybody been there ?
     
  19. surang

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    get on google street view, start at the hotel you are thinking of staying at to find your way around, facinating way to plan ahead
     

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