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Museo Orlina: A Glass Escape in Tagaytay

May 7, 2017 7:00 pm by Cheenee Otarra

Tagaytay has long been an escape for the urban dwellers of Manila. People visit Tagaytay for a weekend of breather to avoid the smog of the city, see the Taal volcano, get a massage, take in fresh air and dine out in the comfort food restaurants by the lake. Museo Orlina, […]

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12 Reasons Why Layover is Magic at Incheon Airport

April 24, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

Long layovers are killers — they’re the impatient wait just to get to your destination, the oft-inhospitable surroundings of whatever airport you land in… and yet it’s a relatively common occurrence, especially for those who cannot shell out for more than a budget flight. I myself had been into many […]

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Tanjong Katong / Joo Chiat: Singapore’s Peranakan Neighborhood

April 20, 2017 7:00 pm by Gabriella Galvez

“Going around Singapore is like walking through a duty-free store,” said a long-time resident and friend. Upon closer inspection, however, there is much more to the little city-state than Orchard Road’s luxury stores that have infamously rubbed many a credit card strip and chip raw. Recently, the opportunity to stay […]

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When in Singapore: Gardens by the Bay

April 10, 2017 7:00 pm by Vicki Abary

I’ve always enjoyed the love affair of Singapore with greenery in its city. It begins with vertical walls inside the airport, to the trees that line the road leading toward Changi Airport, to the kempt neighborhoods, to the Botanical Garden. Last month, I bore witness to yet another project between […]

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Narvacan Outdoor and Adventure Hub, Ilocos Sur

April 8, 2017 7:00 pm by Marky Ramone Go

Adventure in this part of Ilocos Sur involves the varying rudiments of our planet; water, wind, earth and fire – making it the go-to place to quench that thirst for exploits of every thrill seekers yearning of things-to-do celebrating the grandiose beauty of Mother Earth. Situated at the foot of […]

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Dive For Life with Scuba For Change

March 28, 2017 7:00 pm by Karla Ramos

What would you choose; spending your money for an unforgettable and thrilling experience or having it consumed for helping the needy? Seems like a tough decision right? Well, actually you don’t really need to choose, Scuba For Change can offer you both! Scuba For Change is located in Tamaraw Beach, […]

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A List of Apps and Websites For Your Summer Travel Bucket List

March 16, 2017 7:00 pm by Eunice Guzon

Photo courtesy of Kervin Tan “What apps or websites do you usually use when planning your travels or while travelling?” Yam Otarra* (@yamwildandfree) is not your typical creative nomad. For a person who’s ‘almost always’ living on the edge, she sticks to Skyscanner and Booking.com as her go-to websites in […]

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Diura Fishing Village: Witness Traditional Ivatan Fishing in Batanes

March 6, 2017 7:00 pm by Cheenee Otarra

“Ayun po! May parating na mga bangka, kakauwi lang! (There! Bangkas are just about to come to the shore!),” our Ivatan guide, Viring, informs us about the arrival of mataw (fishermen) in the Diura Fishing Village, a small coastal community in the eastern side of Batanes, facing the Pacific Ocean. […]

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Brokenhearted? Traveling to These 5 Places Will Help You Move On

February 13, 2017 10:24 am by Marky Ramone Go

A languishing soul rising from the aftermath of a romance that foundered – oftentimes, finds difficulty in ricocheting back to reality. The term “moving on” lay claim to the fact, that it literally takes a mountain of struggles to advance forward when one is nursing a fragmented heart. Fortunately, for […]

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Searching in Liliw

December 20, 2016 12:45 am by Karla Ramos

Text and Photos by Nina Araneta-Alana Laguna, in Southern Luzon, Philippines is a province known for its hot springs, lakes, and native delicacies such as buko pie, a home-made coconut pie, and espasol, a glutinous cake made out of sticky rice cooked in coconut oil. People who are not from […]