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Superlines Bus

Posted by on May 1st, 2009
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Superlines Bus

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Daet in Camarines Norte Province, Legaspi City in Albay Province

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One Response to “Superlines Bus”

  1. Ron says:

    if you’re really in a budget and don’t mind getting to your destination itching for a good shower.

    only 2 of their buses are air conditioned (travelling to and from Daet)

    Their ordinary buses have seen it’s share of good days (that’s politely saying, the seats have not been washed since it’s maiden voyage).

    3 x 2 seat arrangement (3 on the driver side. 2 on the right side). and most of the time the conductors squeez as many passengers as they can. during the holiday and religious seasons they somewhat get away with having passengers seat on stools in the aisle or have 6 person sit by the front door. I had 2 unfortune experience where I had to stand 11 hours straight when there were no seats available – made a commitment to myself not to ride in their bus again after the 2nd stand-all-you can ride.

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