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Illustrado Stuff – Things to do before 2017 ends!
Dec06

Illustrado Stuff – Things to do before 2017 ends!

    With 2017 reaching the home stretch, and 2018 coming around the corner, it’s safe to say that we’re officially ready for the new year! But before we open up to 2018, don’t miss out on these cool things that Dubai has to offer!   Sole DXB Sole DXB is undoubtedly the biggest footwear + fashion + lifestyle festivals in the region. Various sneaker brands will be exhibiting their best (including Nike, Puma and more),...

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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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Kabayan Starter Guide to Living in the UAE
Jun18

Kabayan Starter Guide to Living in the UAE

A Kabayan Starter Guide By Kieth Walter Ayuso     Living in the UAE where there is no income tax can be a dream for some Filipinos back home. While we savor the lifestyle in the emirates, let us not forget some basic essentials that should guide us as we venture into a life away from EDSA traffic and Manila pollution.   Here’s a guide for kabayans who are in the UAE for the first time.   Do not be picky when job...

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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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Baste Duterte: Through My Eyes
May31

Baste Duterte: Through My Eyes

 By Dr. Rex Venard Bacarra     “Baste, I’d write about you.” I told him.  “Ay, ayaw lang Dom.” He replied in his dialect.  I pleaded, “Please? Nothing political”.   He insisted, “Ayaw lagi.” “Just how I see you from my eyes since your high school days. The way I have known you.”  “Ayaw”  I replied with exasperation, “Okaaay.”  “Hahaha,” he laughed.   Thus, this piece, borne out of that exchange, shaped my desire for...

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