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Manila, Toughest Place to be a Bus Driver

Manila, Toughest Place to be a Bus Driver

Did you read my post More fun in the Philippines ? This story is not part of that, but in a way it has to do with it. The following story I found on the Internet. By Patrick Camara Ropeta, ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau, Posted at 02/26/2011 Toughest Place to be a… Bus Driver?, this(…)

smoking ban in Manila

smoking ban in Manila

Last year I published already a post about smoking in the Philippines and the possibilities to buy cigarettes everywhere, even in traffic jams and public places like markets, jeepney stops, bus stations and many more. A few days ago it became public that the MMDA will implement a non-smoking policy in the whole Metro Manila,(…)

adult text on jeepney in philippines

A few days ago I was passing Cubao when I spotted this jeepney with a risky text on the side. In a country where openly talking about sex is taboo, and where the Catholic Church is against providing free condoms to the people, this is a very strange text. Maybe the owner of this Jeep(…)

foreign jeepney drivers in the Philippines

foreign jeepney drivers in the Philippines

Tory and Jason, two young Americans living in the Philippines decided to do something different. They were young missionaries for some years and now ordinary members of their church. Plenty of time left do something different. They decided to do a ‘job in the PI’ experiment. For that they have decided to work as Filipinos(…)

loaded jeepney

From Pioduran, Albay jeepneys are going in the direction of Ligao. After Ligao they continue to Legaspi, Tabaco or Polangui. It is a ride of about 40 kms through the mountains. There are not that many jeeps but a lot of passengers.

Jeepney, Philippines’ Pride

Jeepney, Philippines’ Pride

Jeepneys are the most popular public transport in the Philippines. In almost every street and every village and city you’ll find them and they are going everywhere. In fact it would be easy to travel from north to south only using Jeepney’s. click on the thumbnail to see the larger images Fare prices are low.(…)

public transport in the Philippines

The Philippine people use several ways to go from one place to another. If they have their own car or motorbike they use it often. Those who don?t have one, are using public transport. It depends on the distance or travel time what kind of transport they use. There are tricycle with or without motorbike,(…)