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El Camino de Santiago: A Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela
Jun23

El Camino de Santiago: A Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

By Al P. Manlangit     Finally, after years of procrastinating, I found myself on the way to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, biking the whole 750km. route from Pamplona close to the the French border. With a backpack filled with some clothes, a camera, some Granola bars and a bottle of water, I pedaled away on a bright morning along the highway headed west.   Like millions of pilgrims dating back to 800AD, I would be...

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Things You Didn’t Know About Riyadh

By The Pink Tarha – Janelle Vales-Yasay and Reina Tejano-Beriña     Closed doors tend to exude an air of mystery to those standing before it. For us who live behind it, the story is not always what you expect it to be. Saudi Arabia is a unique country and not everyone gets a chance to see it for what it really is from the inside. Expat travel to Saudi Arabia is limited to those either performing pilgrimage at the Holy...

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Pinoy Traveler: Sri Lanka
Jun09

Pinoy Traveler: Sri Lanka

By Engr. Mary Jane Alvero     Sri Lanka is one of the largest producers of tea in the world. They were colonized by the British before and their country was called Ceylon. colonized Tea was introduced to the country by the British who called the country “Ceylon”. It’s a 4 hrs flight with Emirates Airlines. There are other flights too such as Sri Lankan Airlines, Fly dubai and others.   Bandaranaike...

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Filipino Traveler: Easter Island
May25

Filipino Traveler: Easter Island

Filipino Traveler: Easter Island  By Kylene and Chino Batin Destination:  Easter Island, Chile     What the place is known for Easter Island is one of the world’s most isolated inhabited island located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, a remote volcanic island in Polynesia. It was on Easter day when the Dutch discovered this tiny island, and that’s how it was named.  We found it very mysterious and interesting. It is known...

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Pinoy Travel: Cancun, Mexico
May16

Pinoy Travel: Cancun, Mexico

By Chino & Kylene     Cancun very well known for its preeminent beaches with impeccable weather and bright sapphire waters of the Caribbean Sea. Apart from this, your night life will never be boring as it offers a wide variety of nightclubs like Coco Bongo, Palazzo and Daddy ‘O with drink-till-you drop treats. The parties will only end when the sun comes up! Cancún is located just north of Mexico’s Caribbean coast...

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Filipino in Japan: My Pinoy Life In Kobe
May08

Filipino in Japan: My Pinoy Life In Kobe

Filipino in Japan: My Pinoy Life In Kobe Photo credits:  stock images from Dreamstime.com unless mentioned otherwise   ERNIESON GANADORES Since when have you been staying there? Can you recount briefly why you moved there? I’ve been travelling repeatedly here for short term business trips since 2006. But since May 2010, my employer (Fujitsu Ten) sent me to our head office as an intra-company transferee. Being able to stay...

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