Mga Huling Araw: The Last Days of Angeles

Mga Huling Araw: The Last Days of Angeles

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Author: Jack Poet
Length: 164 page(s)
Written: Jan 2014
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Category: Travel & Emigration » Travel Experiences  |  Work: Travelogue
Keywords: Angeles City; Philippines; nightlife; Southeast Asia; mongering; prostitution; travel; humor; Subic; Olongapo; Manila; Bangkok; Boracay; Hong Kong

Jack Poet reports what he experienced on the ground in Angeles during the summer

The political climate in Angeles City, The Philippines has shifted dramatically in the past year. The old Angeles was home to Clark Air Force base, and the red light district surrounding Fields Avenue was notorious for its raucous nightlife. Now, with increased political pressure focused on eliminating prostitution, there is an air of fear and caution among the bars that has rarely been seen. Jack Poet reports what he experienced on the ground in Angeles during the summer of 2013, and attempts to answer the question, are these the last days for Angeles?


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Jack Poet has traveled extensively in Asia, having visited China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Philippines, and Singapore. He considers the Philippines a second home, and has spent as much time there as possible every summer since 2006. Favorite places in the Philippines include Boracay, Bohol, Palawan, Manila, and, of course, Angeles City. In real life, he is happily unmarried, and enjoys traveling on a regular basis. This is Jack’s first book, but hopefully, not his last.
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