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The largest floating library in the world welcomes bookworms to Subic!

Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book fair, announces its 2nd visit to Subic Bay Freeport, Philippines, from Nov. 20 to Dec. 02, 2012. It's first visit to Subic was on March 16 to April 8, this year. The purpose of the visit is to bring knowledge, help and hope for visiting children , adults and professionals. Books will be made available at nominal cost. Cultural programs participated in by its volunteering crew members from various countries await school children. Visiting hours are from 02:00 p.m. to 09:00 p.m., Tuesday – Sunday except on Monday. Entrance fee is P10 each for both adult and children. The ship is open to the general public, most especially school children and their teachers.

As part of a non-profit educational charity, Logos Hope carries the world largest floating book fair – over 5,000 titles of literature is available for visitors. Logos Hope’s unique crew is united in wanting to bring knowledge, help and hope to the people of the world. Around 45 different nationalities are represented in the crew of 400, and all are without remuneration; even the Captain is not paid.

Logos Hope is the sister ship of Doulos, which was in Subic Bay in her last visit in December 2007, and welcomed more than 60,000 visitors in 18 days on board the ship.

This new vessel called Logos Hope is twice as big as any previous GBA ships; and provides a wider range of possibilities for visitors as well as better facilities for crew and staff.

For your local transport requirements from Clark, contact DNS Shuttle Svc., Mobile 0916-644-9349 / 0923-659-0368 (bus); T-Des Transport, Mobile 0915-597-1579 (vans) - both DOT accredited transport operators. Or try the Scandanavian Buffet at Casablanca Hotel on Nov. 24 @ P500 / person. Call them at Tel. No. (63 47) 252 - 1996 Attn: Kristina Dy or Mobile 0908 - 136 - 3611 / 0905 - 575 - 1797.

For your tour itinerary, please contact SBMA Tourism Department, 2/F Subic Bay Convention Center, Efficiency St., Subic Bay Gateway Park, SBFZ, Tel. No. (63 47) 252-4655 / 4362 / 4242 / 4149 Fax (63 47) 252-4194 Attn: Ms. Nida Rojo Email [email protected]

Among the places of interest to go to while in Subic include: Brent Intl School (prior arrangement required), Subic Techno Park, Subic Bay Intl Airport, Triboa Bay Apec Villas, Subic Bay Nature Park, Ammunition Bunkers, Bat Viewing, Zoobic Safari, Ocean Adventure, TreeTop Adventure, plus shopping at Ayala Mall or duty-free shopping as well.

How to get to Subic via NLex to SCTex:

Motorists coming from NLEX bound for Subic are advised to take the Spur/NLE interchange located between the Dau and Sta. Ines Exits of the NLEX and proceed to the SCTEx Clark Logistics Toll Plaza. After crossing the bridge, follow the loop of the ramp towards Subic. Likewise, motorists at SCTEx bound for Bataan may exit at the Dinalupihan Interchange via the Roman Highway. There are also interchanges in Mabiga and Dolores in Mabalacat, Pampanga enroute to Subic or Tarlac

Visit Logos Hope and let the crew bring knowledge, help and hope.

SEE YOU THERE!

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Rahel Von Rotz
Project Coordinator
Logos Hope
[email protected]
Mobile: 0947 - 960 - 4623

Emailcast by:

Department of Tourism - Region III (Central Luzon)
Paskuhan Village, City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines
Phone: (63 45) 961-2612 / 5617 / 625-8525
Email: [email protected]
Recipient (Best Ecotourism Project - Mt. Pinatubo): PATA Gold Intl Award 2001, Kalakbay Natl Award 2001, ASEANTA Intl Award 2002
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