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Let’s Get High!

Almost an ocean creature, it's normal to find me on the beach or underwater. Nervous ridden when , it's rare to find me anywhere of high altitude. But the adrenaline junkie in me is willing to try 'almost' anything once. So I wasted no time when I read about the...

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Batanes: A Natural Wonder

Batanes: A Natural Wonder

When face-to-faced with the crashing waves and rolling hills of Batanes, it's almost an impulse to ask "am I still in the Philippines?" And walking through the old town of Sabtang, you wonder which century you were transported in to. Such are examples of...

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Halloween in the City

Halloween in the City

I attended Manila's biggest Halloween event at A. Venue in Makati with my sisters and some close friends. It was organized by BigFISH Entertainment, name associated with parties and house music in the Philippines. We arrived at 11p.m. and was shocked by the traffic...

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2010 International Coastal Clean-up

2010 International Coastal Clean-up

International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is the world’s largest, one-day volunteer effort to clean up the marine environment. Every September, volunteers from over 100 countries descend on local beaches, rivers, lakes and canals to show their commitment to cleaner waterways.

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Spell Pizza with Abbondanza!

Spell Pizza with Abbondanza!

We were recently invited by Sophia Lee of Abbondanza Pizzeria Ristorante to visit their new branch at SM Mall of Asia and sample some of their menu. We were warmly greeted by the owners who were quick to inform us that they had prepared a sample of their best menu. I...

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Dive Malapascua

Dive Malapascua

A comprehensive summary of what to expect in Malapascua with focus on scuba diving (& video clips of dive sites) and information on rates and how to get there.

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The Road to Malapascua

The Road to Malapascua

Malapascua is a tiny island off the north tip of Cebu in the Philippines. It's about 2 sq. km. in size with a population of a little over 3,000. The island was first known for its white sand beach and crystal blue water which attracted a lot of local tourists. Its the...

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Walking Down the Nostalgia Lane

Walking Down the Nostalgia Lane

In 2007, I accompanied my father to Hong Kong where he had a business to attend to. The business wouldn’t take more than a day, but we decided to stay a couple more to visit his brother. My father was from Hong Kong before moving to the Philippines to marry and raise...

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