April Edition: The pearl of the orient unveiled
Our avid travellers will be looking forward to our review of this uncharted tropical location set firmly is the serenity of beautiful beaches. Will the location prove to be the next Bali? Let's find out as we get a inside look at this vacation denstination.
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Romantic musings at the Country Suites i
I wrote this piece when I woke up this morning on a romantic mode contrary to what Mickael Douglas' Gordon Gekko in Wall Stret said that lunch is no longer for wimps, the advance of mobile communications and the rise of the dot.com fever have taught 24-7 workaholics that its ok to take a break. These days, going out of town is the way to go. Long before everywhere else, there was always ... Read full Blog post
Guanabo, the beach of Havana
About twenty kilometers east of Havana begins the stretch of coastline known as the Cuban Playas del Este. Arriving from Havana by taxi costs 40 CUC that cost us about 30 euros round trip or you can check on some auto reviews and rent a car which is more comfortable. One of the first beaches that meet is Santa Maria del Mar, where you'll find most of the facilities and accommodation for tourists foreigners ... Read full Blog post
Global warming: Not caused by humans?
By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 12/7/2009, originally posted in http://news.ph.msn.com/lifestyle/article.aspx?cp-documentid=3737917 Americans cool to human-caused global warming: poll Americans who think global warming is caused by human activity, including vehicle and industrial emissions, are now a minority for the first time in nearly two years, a CNN/Opinion Research Corp ... Read full Blog post
Five Reasons to Visit the Ilocos Region
In a rush to catch up with my brain food, I bought a copy of the latest issue of Time Magazine in the nearest bookstore on my way to the Ilocos. It was a welcoming surprise to read the section's culture section on the Global adviser of five reasons to visit Ilocos Norte not to forget its nearby province town of Ilocos Sur. I have never tired of going to these two province ... Read full Blog post
Balloons Over Bagan
As dawn breaks over the valley, a hot-air balloon begins what is a leisurely but spectacular journey. When I signed up for a hot-air-balloon tour of Myanmar’s (Burma) Bagan temples famed for its kilometers of Buddhists temples, I had visions of a raiders of the lost arc -style adventure transplanted in this misunderstood country. Two maroon colored majestic balloons awaited ... Read full Blog post