The San Juan Islands are world-famous for the native and migratory pods of Orca whales that feed and play in the island waters, making regular appearances and delighting boaters all summer long. The islands are also home to the humpback and minke whales, a variety of other wildlife such as bald eagles, Dall’s porpoises, sea otters and more.
Manila Pub Crawl is a bar-hopping tour that is designed for participants to meet each other and make new friends while exploring the best night-life of the city. For locals, it is a great way to expand their network and meet people from different cultures and nationalities. For tourists, it is the best way to get to know the night life and meet locals.
Travel Massive, if you haven’t heard, is a global initiative organized to connect people in the travel industry locally, bringing together travel bloggers, travel brands, travel startups, and various travel professionals. No worries I haven’t heard of it until I was invited to share my story on this event.
When I first saw the poster for Columbia Eco Trail Run Pinatubo 2012, I signed up immediately for 2 reasons: (1) I’ve not done any outdoor activities since I’ve been back from my round the world trip, and (2) I’ve never been to Pinatubo before.
San Francisco de Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, is the very first World Heritage site declared by UNESCO (1978). Quito, its popular nickname, is basically made up of 2 parts, the old town and the new town. Here are the distinctions and what you can do when you’re in Quito.
The Spanish Film Festival Manila (Pelikula – Pelicula) opened this week and will go on for 11 days with the last day on Sunday, October 14. The Fiesta de Pelicula is not only about Spanish film but about films in Spanish. So the 18 film line up are from different region in Spain as well as Latin America.