Kyushu (九州)

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Ignored by the vast majority of international tourists, recognized by the Japanese, the largest island to the west of the country has enough attractions for us to consider an exclusive trip to the area. Its temples can not be compared at all to those in central Honshu, but its nature is described as poetic, original and sometimes sensational: Continue reading “Kyushu (九州)”

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TRANSPORT IN MANILA: HOW TO GO TO THE AIRPORT FROM CITY CENTER, AND HOW TO GET BY BOAT AND BUS

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Ninoy Aquino International Airport is located in the heart of the city, in the 4th District, south of Makati. It is the most important in the country and offers direct flights to multiple domestic and international destinations. It is outdated and has become too small, and the classic disorganization in the Philippines makes it one of the most ominous international airports today, Continue reading “TRANSPORT IN MANILA: HOW TO GO TO THE AIRPORT FROM CITY CENTER, AND HOW TO GET BY BOAT AND BUS”

MAKATI: DANGERS, WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO SLEEP, EAT, PARTY AND GO SHOPPING

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Makati is certainly not the most attractive place in the country, although it may be the least unpleasant spot in Manila, and since it is very likely that at some point we will have to go through the city, we will have to do something during the hours or days we spend here. Continue reading “MAKATI: DANGERS, WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO SLEEP, EAT, PARTY AND GO SHOPPING”

TRANSPORT IN PUERTO PRINCESA; HOW TO GET TO EL NIDO, SABANG AND PORT BARTON, AND HOW TO GET AROUND IN THE CITY

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Puerto Princesa International Airport is located in the heart of the city; arriving by tricycle from almost anywhere in the city should not cost more than 50 PHP, although it costs 150 to the bus station to be 7 km north. Continue reading “TRANSPORT IN PUERTO PRINCESA; HOW TO GET TO EL NIDO, SABANG AND PORT BARTON, AND HOW TO GET AROUND IN THE CITY”