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Iloilo City, on Panay Island. Cheaper than Manilla and Cebu, lots of sightseeing and tourist attractions and a good transportation al through the island of Panay by Ceres Bus company.

How to get from Bacolod City to Iloilo City with a motorcycle

How to get from Bacolod City to Iloilo City with a motorcycle

In Bacolod City the RoRo departs from Banago Wharf. A port area in the north of the city, close to the North bus terminal from Ceres bus company. Be aware that before you can take a motorcycle of an island you need to have accomplished your motorcycle registration and a letter of acknowledgement from the LTO office should be in your possession. You need that letter to proof the motorcycle is yours. Papers needed for transporting a motorcycle on a…

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Applying for a 6 months visa at Iloilo District Immigration Office

Applying for a 6 months visa at Iloilo District Immigration Office

Time for a new visa. so I head to the Bureau of Immigration at Iloilo. You will find the Immigration office at the ground floor of the Customs Building. The Customs building is a landmark in Iloilo City. When entering the main entrance, go a few steps up through an iron gate in, to the circle shape center of the building and turn left. The Bureau of Immigration is the first office on the left. The security guard will help…

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Travelling from Iloilo City to Bacolod

Travelling from Iloilo City to Bacolod

It is time to say goodbye to the city of Iloilo. It was a pleasure visiting her, but new horizons are awaiting. While it was a long travel from Puerto Galera to Iloilo city, it will be a very short trip to Bacolod, if you compare the two. There is a choice of ferries you can take across and they all will depart from Iloilo port area, opposite from the Iloilo Customs building across the river. You can book FastCat,…

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Iloilo the City of Love

Iloilo the City of Love

I really haven’t been able to find out why they call Iloilo ‘The City of Love’. I have been asking around and doing research about the slogan but no one seems to know. They know: It’s more fun in the Philippines, but they sum p numerous things why Iloilo might be called the city of love: lovely people good infrastructure nice place to be the food is lovely lovely local language old buildings And so the lists goes on, I…

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