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Manila,Philippines Add 1000 more cars to this picture, smog, and cardboard box house and it would look real.(Vince) Cheap transportation in the Philippines about cad 10 cents. Bohol, Palawan, Siargao, Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Vietnam, Brunei, Laos, The Places Youll Go


See 1 tip from 20 visitors to Manila,Philippines. "Happy Independence Day!i!"

14 Unknown But Worth To Be Seen Places Kawasan Falls in Badian, Cebu, Philippines Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Travel Destinations, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Holiday Destinations, Voyage Philippines, Les Philippines

kawasan falls

this is the first of multiple levels of waterfalls. you can rent those bamboo rafts to ride around the lake and get under the falls.

"The kids were so curious about my camera. They wanted to be the centre of it as they played in the jeepney and laughed." Picture: Ming Hui Guan (Mac Kwan) / 2013 Sony World Photography Awards Photography Competitions, Photography Contests, World Photography, Photography Awards, Photography Styles, Wedding Photography, Bbc, National Geographic, Photos Onto Canvas

National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2012

"Joyful: Kids enjoying themselves inside a Jeepney in Cebu City, Philippines."

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Pimp My Jeepney! [Video] Jeepney Art Festival

This site has moved to http://retiredinsamar.com Please make a note of this and visit our new site! Thanks Jeepneys are the most common form of public transport in the Philippines. In the city, jeepneys crowd the streets and are usually packed with many passengers. This is one of the cheapest ways to get around if you…

Tricycle can be found anywhere in the Philippines because its cheap, small and serve same as function of taxi usually in a small route. Just take a ride! Jeepney, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Exotic Beaches, First Down, Tricycle, My Ride, Taxi, Southeast Asia

Philippines sidecar taxis

Aside from the jeepney, my favorite way to get around is the tricycle. It's a sidecar attached to a motorbike. It's fast and easy...they definitely have a way of getting through traffic because of it's small size. When I came back to the States, I wished I could stick out my hand and flag one down. It's that easy.