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amuyao February 12th, 2018 02:24 AM

Layover in Manila
 
On Monday, June 23, 1997 at 3:00:00 PM UTC+8, Wilf Rosenbaum wrote:
Hi there,
I plan to be travelling to Dumaguete in the Phillipines in July.
My flight (from Vancouver Canada) arrives in Manila at 8:30pm, and
the single flight from Manila to Dumaguete leaves at 5:45am the following
morning. Thus I seem to have two alternatives: get a hotel near the airport
for the night, or just wait out the time at the airport. Can anyone offer
any suggestions (ie a reasonable hotel near the airport), comments (safety
at the airport) or alternatives? Thanks very much.


--
Wilf Rosenbaum Computational Epidemiology Laboratory
Simon Fraser University


For backpackers, the three terminals at the NAIA area now have a P2P (Point to Point) bus service that traverses through the 3 terminals within the vicinity with stopovers at nearby hotels. It is safe but requires some waiting time. Rate is P150 pesos. Older buses charge P20 pesos.

Chris in Makati February 12th, 2018 02:49 AM

Layover in Manila
 
On Sun, 11 Feb 2018 18:24:02 -0800 (PST), amuyao
wrote:

On Monday, June 23, 1997 at 3:00:00 PM UTC+8, Wilf Rosenbaum wrote:
Hi there,
I plan to be travelling to Dumaguete in the Phillipines in July.
My flight (from Vancouver Canada) arrives in Manila at 8:30pm, and
the single flight from Manila to Dumaguete leaves at 5:45am the following
morning. Thus I seem to have two alternatives: get a hotel near the airport
for the night, or just wait out the time at the airport. Can anyone offer
any suggestions (ie a reasonable hotel near the airport), comments (safety
at the airport) or alternatives? Thanks very much.


--
Wilf Rosenbaum Computational Epidemiology Laboratory
Simon Fraser University


For backpackers, the three terminals at the NAIA area now have a P2P (Point to Point) bus service that traverses through the 3 terminals within the vicinity with stopovers at nearby hotels. It is safe but requires some waiting time. Rate is P150 pesos. Older buses charge P20 pesos.


The post you are replying to is now over 20 years old.

I'm sure the traveler worked things out somehow.

Alfred Molon[_6_] February 14th, 2018 07:10 PM

Layover in Manila
 
In article , Chris in Makati
says...
The post you are replying to is now over 20 years old.

I'm sure the traveler worked things out somehow.


But I find it amazing that there are real people left in
rec.travel.asia. The last real post was years ago.
--
Alfred Molon
http://www.molon.de - Photos of Asia, Africa and Europe

Ivan Shmakov[_2_] February 22nd, 2018 02:57 PM

Layover in Manila
 
Alfred Molon writes:
In , Chris in Makati says...


The post you are replying to is now over 20 years old.


I'm sure the traveler worked things out somehow.


But I find it amazing that there are real people left in
rec.travel.asia. The last real post was years ago.


Personally, I find it incredible that people have left the
convenience of Usenet in favor of Web fora.

I don't travel much myself (the points that I've travelled to
last year and that are the farthest from each other are less
than about 100 km apart), so I hardly can contribute to this
specific newsgroup (or any other under rec.travel), yet still...

--
FSF associate member #7257 http://am-1.org/~ivan/


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