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Six Countries, Four Continents, 10 Cities and 31,000 Kilometers in 2014

[...] , and Australia. Then the universe conspired and made my company send me to Spain and South Korea. These trips are of course on top of short lay-overs in Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Hong [...]

What To See in Everland, South Korea

[...] , you should definitely visit Everland. Located in Yongin, a city in Gyeonggi-do province, South Korea, Everland is about an hour and a half away from Seoul, but don't worry. I can guarantee [...]

Reliving my childhood fantasies at Woongjin Playdoci Snowdoci in Gyeonggi, South...

[...] in Seoul and fortunately, one of our stops was at the Woongjin Playdoci, Snowdoci. It is South Korea's first and the world's 12th indoor ski resort. Woongjin is located in Gyeonggi-do, Bucheon or [...]

A Not So Pleasant Stay at Ibis Ambassador Hotel in Insadong, Seoul

[...] . The bathrooms were really small, but I can live with that given the fact that most hotels in South Korea and Japan are small. It was no biggie. The food was satisfactory (limited selection but they [...]

Journey to Japan on a budget with Cebu Pacific

[...] budget Making it possible for budget-conscious adventurers to make that dream trip to Japan is Cebu Pacific, launching direct flights from Manila to Tokyo (Narita) and to Nagoya onMarch 30, 2014.The [...]

Team Tuklas Wins CebuPac's Juan For Fun Challenge

[...] Escoto and Gab Saplagio of Team Tuklas were named the big winners of the recently concluded Cebu Pacific Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge Year 3. The UP Diliman Physics majors clinched the top [...]

5 Collegiate Teams have the Trips of their Lives in Juan For Fun Challenge

[...] phase. That is why I am so jealous of the five collegiate teams participating in this year's Cebu Pacific Juan for Fun Challenge. At such an early age, they get to hone their travel mojo by finding [...]

What to See and Experience in Sydney, Australia

[...] much accessible thanks to the growing number of airlines  flying to the city. This year, Cebu Pacific, the country's biggest airline, began its Manila-Sydney route with the lowest year-round [...]

A Review of Park Inn Radisson Davao and the Importance of Colors

[...] you must have been a top consideration in building the all new Park Inn Radisson in Lanang, Davao City. Park Inn Radisson Davao is the latest project of SM Hotels and Conventions Corp., next to [...]

A mini review of Swiss Deli in Davao City

[...] During my most recent travel to Davao City, I have had the pleasure of indulging in a wide array of food styles thanks to various [...]

A Visit to Cellar de Oboza in Davao City

[...] , mall and restaurants so imagine my surprise to find out that there is actually a restaurant in Davao City that dwells in an ancestral house structure, located along Rizal Street. The Oboza ancestral [...]

What to See at the Davao Museum of History and Ethnography

[...] interesting Davao Museum of History and Ethnography located at Insular Village I in Lanang, Davao City. It was a project commissioned by the Ayala Foundation in 1976 and undertaken by the Zonta Club [...]

An Enjoyable Stay at Royal Garden Hotel in Ozamiz

[...] ver few are really awesome. And most of the time, they are quite expensive. But during my most recent visit to Ozamiz City, I had enough preparation so I researched for the best hotel in town. All [...]

A Visit to St. Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne

[...] . Also, churches reflect the mood and the style of the people who worship in them. During my recent visit to Melbourne, I happily stumbled upon the massive St. Paul's Cathedral located along the [...]

Awesome Meal at Mooon Cafe, Ozamiz City

[...] it, one cannot really enjoy a new destination with a growling stomach. In the case of my most recent visit to Ozamiz City, finding a good restaurant was imperative since I was visiting because of a [...]

Reflections on the Road: A Second Visit to the N Seoul Tower in South Korea

[...] a high vantage point. I lived with that regret for three years. That is why during my most recent visit to Seoul, I was really ecstatic that I was able to check out N Seoul Tower. This time, I had [...]

A Review of 790 on George Hostel in Sydney, Australia

[...] at the heart of Sydney. Near the place, there are a lot of restaurants ranging from cheap to a bit pricey, and several travel services, perfect for any backpacker. Travel Bugs located right beside it [...]

A Review of Corinne Hostel in Eilat, Israel

[...] hostel rates are a bit steep. The 80 shekels I paid for a six-bed airconditioned dormitory is a bit pricey But the rooms were newly renovated, the AC is super awesome, and the sheets were clean. Each [...]

A Review of Melia Lebreros Hotel in Sevilla, Spain

[...] cuisine line-up. The Taverna La Dehesa located right beside Melia Lebreros is a great, if a bit pricey dining option in Sevilla. The restaurant has a bullfighting theme/ design for its interiors and [...]

Awesome food experience at Buffet 101, SM Mall of Asia Complex

[...] jampacked. A clear testament to how popular it is and how much people loved it. The place is a bit pricey on a weekend but if you don't have enough money to spare,  I suggest you visit on a [...]

A Review of East Asia Royale Hotel in General Santos City

[...] Another business trip, another hotel, and another review.  Thanks to another provincial business event, I have [...]

A Review of Gerarda's in Tagbilaran, Bohol

[...] 's merely improves on dishes introduced and popularized by other regions. Since I was on a business trip, I was only able to try a few dishes at Gerarda's but those were enough to give me a glimpse [...]

Check Out Pine Hills Hotel in Malaybalay, Bukidnon

[...] are very accommodating and will go the extra length to assist you. I was there on a business trip and I had several clothes washed and ironed in the same day. What I also love about this [...]

A Review of Alpa City Suites in Mandaue, Cebu

[...] explore in Cebu no matter how often you visit the province. This time though, it was a business trip so almost everything was pre-arranged by my company and corporate sponsor. I have my [...]

Celebrating Christmas With A Thousand New Friends in Sydney, Australia

[...] nowhere. Queen Victoria Building and monument I was roaming around Market St, the central business district of Sydney, and I was smack in the midldle of Australians' frantic last minute [...]

A Review of Metro Center Hotel in Tagbilaran, Bohol

[...] after landing at the airport was a check in at the Metro Center Hotel. Located at the central business district of the city, Metro Center Hotel is basically a stone's throw away from the airport (5 [...]

A Visit to St. Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne

[...] that these two are the most busiest thoroughfares in Melbourne and is considered as the central business district of the city. This neo-Gothic style church was constructed in 1885 upon the location of [...]

A Review of 790 on George Hostel in Sydney, Australia

[...] districts such as Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Wooloomooloo and of course the central business district. When I finally checked in, I was surprised that it was indeed a no-frills, good [...]

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Six Countries, Four Continents, 10 Cities and 31,000 Kilometers in 2014

[...] , and Australia. Then the universe conspired and made my company send me to Spain and South Korea. These trips are of course on top of short lay-overs in Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Hong [...]

What To See in Everland, South Korea

[...] , you should definitely visit Everland. Located in Yongin, a city in Gyeonggi-do province, South Korea, Everland is about an hour and a half away from Seoul, but don't worry. I can guarantee [...]

Reliving my childhood fantasies at Woongjin Playdoci Snowdoci in Gyeonggi, South...

[...] in Seoul and fortunately, one of our stops was at the Woongjin Playdoci, Snowdoci. It is South Korea's first and the world's 12th indoor ski resort. Woongjin is located in Gyeonggi-do, Bucheon or [...]

A Not So Pleasant Stay at Ibis Ambassador Hotel in Insadong, Seoul

[...] . The bathrooms were really small, but I can live with that given the fact that most hotels in South Korea and Japan are small. It was no biggie. The food was satisfactory (limited selection but they [...]

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