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#41 masi

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Posted 13 May 2008 - 03:29 PM

san francisco - san bernardino - anaheim (Disney Land) - universal - san francisco

new york - orlando (1200+miles, 22 hours)..... then drove back after a few days

manila - rial vv

manila - alaminos vv

manila - baguio vv

#42 Tommy_Cruz

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Posted 13 May 2008 - 09:20 PM

Manila - Baguio and vice versa; I once drove from Baguio to Manila in 4.5 hours. It could have been 4 hours if we didn't stop for a rest room break.
Manila - Pagudpod and vice versa (promise - PAGOD ka pag dating mo sa Pagudpod)
Manila - Daet and vice versa
Manila - Naga - Legazpi - Daet
Manila - Tagaytay and vice versa
Manila - Subic and vice versa

#43 alpha_q

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Posted 02 June 2008 - 09:47 AM

baguio
manila
clark
pampanga
subic

los angeles
orange county
san francisco
reno, nevada
las vegas
san diego

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Posted 02 June 2008 - 12:07 PM

tabaco albay ganda view sa mayon resthouse :thumbsupsmiley: :mtc:

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Posted 02 June 2008 - 12:30 PM

San Francisco to LA to San Diego and back via I-5, US 101 and CA 1 - CA 1 aka PCH is the nicest, but slowest. 8+ hours for 400 miles. On I-5 it's 5 hrs including a put stop for gas and a snack.

SF north on PCH to the Oregon border, back on US-101.

Over the Sierras on I-50 and I-80 to Reno and Lake Tahoe, CA-89 (Carson Pass), CA-89 (Monitor Pass) and CA-120 (Tioga Pass). Tioga Pass hits 9200 ft above sea level before dropping down to the town of Lee Vining and Mono Lake on I-395. Logging roads in the Tahoe national forest north of I-80. Great camping, but be careful where you turn at night - you could end up in a logging clearing!

Sonoma, Mendocino and Napa.

Down to the Grand Canyon via historic Rte 66 (at least part of the way.....most of it is dusty, abandoned, and falling apart). Out to Canyon de Chelley and Canyon del Muerto on the Navaho reservation in New Mexico - and then down into the canyons and through, along and across the river along the bottom of the canyon. The White House ruins are awesome!

Seattle, and the Puget Sound area, then over the mountains to the Yakima Valley. Then up the road and across the Canadian border to Vancouver, BC.

Boston traffic is like Manila. And the area around Boston is pretty, picturesque and remarkably free of traffic.

New York City traffic is one big gridlock, and really big potholes! But the Hudson tunnel is cool! Upstate NY is rural and lazy - it encourages slow driving, except for a few mountain roads with lots of nice curves!

Florida is hot, humid and the drivers are old and slow!

Atlanta is just another big city. So is Portland. Norfolk is not so much a big city, and New Orleans - well, there was a hurricane two of the three days I was there so I just drove around the French Quarter. Cincinnati, OH and Lexington, KY are like Rochester, NY - little traffic, nice roads, easy driving. Denver downtown gives way to wide open spaces that invite speeding, but don't!

Tokyo is crazy. Hong Kong is just plain crowded but the drivers are civilized (at least they were until the influx of mainland Chinese! Taiwan - look out for those scooters! I'm afraid to drive in China!

The area around London is great to drive once you get used to being on the wrong side of the road, but London is nuts!

Paris drivers are like Manila drivers - I felt right at home. But driving through the backroads of Burgundy and the Loire Valley is an adventure - narrow roads through steep hills, with impressive chateaux and churches around every turn.

Roman drivers are crazy but actually not too bad!

The German autobahn is an experience not to be missed - you can't speed when there's no speed limit. Imagine going 150 mph - and getting passed by a Porsche GT2. Then imagine getting into a Ferrari 550 and passing a GT2 at 195 mph!

Finnish drivers (in Helsinki) are very civilized and very courteous. Danish drivers in Copenhagen are careful and considerate. Amsterdam - more bikes than cars!

I hope my driving adventures are not over!

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Posted 03 June 2008 - 03:22 PM

baguio

antipolo

tagaytay

subic

la union

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Posted 03 June 2008 - 04:38 PM


bulacan (always!)
makati too.
antipolo,tagaytay,laguna,rizal... :flowers:








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Posted 03 June 2008 - 08:12 PM

the best pa din ang antipolo! got downhill?

#49 xircom

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Posted 04 June 2008 - 10:17 AM

sctex on a very rainy afternoon bordering evening. 100 meters visibility. scary kasi walang kasabay tapos wala rin lights sa area. what an experience!!

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Posted 04 June 2008 - 10:24 AM

went on a roadtrip with my parents and balikbayan relatives from manila to alaminos,pangasinan, to san fernando, la union, to vigan and back to manila
did most of the driving at a leisurely, sightseeing pace.
everybody enjoyed the trip immensely

#51 Defiant

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Posted 04 June 2008 - 04:19 PM

QC-Subic
QC-Anilao
QC-Alitagtag
QC-Tagaytay
QC-Laguna
QC-La Union
QC-Baguio

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Posted 05 June 2008 - 05:51 PM

Makati -- Lucena -- Naga -- Legazpi -- Sorsogon -- San Pablo City -- Tarlac -- Baguio -- La Union -- Vigan -- La Union -- Pangasinan -- Nueva Ecija -- Makati,

in six days... The following week, Laguna -- Nueva Ecija -- Nueva Viscaya -- Banaue -- Sagada -- Baguio -- Laguna.. in 4 days.

Hayup sa pagod....

#53 the grudge

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Posted 06 June 2008 - 05:19 PM

PAGUDPUD - LAOAG - BATAC - PINILI - VIGAN - BANTAY - SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION, - BAGUIO - DAGUPAN - DAU - SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA - LUBAO - GUAGUA - SUBIC - OLONGAPO CITY - MALOLOS - STA MARIA - ANGAT - SAN JOSE DEL MONTE - MARILAO - ANTIPOLO - TAYTAY - TANAY - CALAMBA - STA ROSA - CANLUBANG - TAGAYTAY - BATANGAS - LUCENA - BACOLOD - DAVAO ALL IN THE PHILIPPINES.

SAN DIEGO - CHULA VISTA - COLORADO SPRINGS - CHICAGO - BALTIMORE - NEW JERSEY - NEW YORK ALL IN THE UNITED STATES

TOMORROW - LIPA CITY. :mtc:

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 08:53 AM

Farthest sa Luzon is Pagudpod.

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China - Xiamen, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Chusai

USA - Washington, New York, Philadelpia

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Posted 02 July 2008 - 01:04 AM

Luzon, Washington, NewYork, LA, Vancouver, Calgary

#56 James_Blackflame

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Posted 05 July 2008 - 12:38 AM

Makati to Tagaytay - once lang
Makati to Cavite(Imus) - every weekend
Iba to Clark - sakit ng tuhod at balakang ko pagkatapos

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Posted 05 July 2008 - 12:52 AM

illinois
orlando
california

batangas
baguio
subic
clark
nueva ecija
butuan
surigao
cebu

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Posted 07 July 2008 - 03:11 PM

san diego to san franciso and back (numerous times)
cali to houston and back (twice i think)
cali to illinois and back
virginia to new york to rhode island and back
virginia to illinois and back
japan

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Posted 07 July 2008 - 03:16 PM

clark
subic
zambales
baguio
ilocos norte
pagudpud
san juan batangas
tagaytay
and may more!

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Posted 09 July 2008 - 06:08 PM

baguio , batangas, laguna ,bulacan , tagaytay, taytay, subic, alabang sa abroad i drove once sa vancouver canada




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