The Great Escape to Bicol Part II

November 12, 2011. My mother was surprised when I told her that I was already in Bicol because my vacation leave was, ummm, honestly speaking, unplanned. I just thought of visiting Bicol, and fortunately my boss approved my VL so I hurriedly packed my things and left Baguio after my Friday shift.

Victory Liner! If I'm going to recommend a bus going to Manila, then, I'll strongly recommend Victory Liner. For as low as Php460.00, you'll enjoy a great, safe ride.


Inside a Victory Liner bus. Even foreigners such us shown in the photo above prefer Victory Liner than any other buses in the city. I, myself, can attest that Victory Liner Incorporated has the best service when it comes to travel and luxury transport.

Bus stop at Sison, Pangasinan. One thing that I don't like about "bus stop" is it delays our travel time. Also, I don't buy food at "bus stops". I always make it a point that I bring food with me - and water of course. One liter of purified drinking water will do.

For tourists visiting Baguio, they usually prefer Victory Liner (VL). This photo of a Victory Liner bus going to the City of Pines was taken at NLEX. The good thing about VL is you can also reserve online. Click here for more details.

AS far as I can remember. I took this photo after NLEX. I don't know the name of the volcano shown in the photo above but I like it.

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