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Month: March 2012

Importance of Travel Insurance 2

Importance of Travel Insurance

 When going on a long-awaited holiday, the least you’d think of is that something bad may happen or anything may go wrong. But statistics would prove that there are a lot of injuries involving tourists and even more are getting hospitalized. Imagine saving up and getting off from work for a 5-day vacation with your Read More

1001 Places I'd like to visit before I die #11 - Lipari, Sicily 4

1001 Places I’d like to visit before I die #11 – Lipari, Sicily

Lipari could be one of the nearest places we could visit this summer…but the beaches of Hungary is nearer so I doubt if Lipari will be off my list of places to visit soon. With its pristine and deep blue waters, Lipari is a popular tourist destination that the permanent population of roughly 12,000 goes Read More

1001 Places I'd like to visit before I die #10 - Cape Town 6

1001 Places I’d like to visit before I die #10 – Cape Town

Named the World Design Capital for 2014 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design, Cape Town should be rightfully listed as one of the places one should see. Cape Town is the largest city in South Africa, so it follows that in its vastness, there’d be a lot of things to do, enjoy and see. Cape Read More

1001 Places I'd like to visit before I die #9 - Uluru 9

1001 Places I’d like to visit before I die #9 – Uluru

Another World Heritage site on my list of places to see is Uluru or Ayers Rock, a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory in central Australia. Uluru is an island mountain…it’s like a hill of rock in the middle of a dry region. Forget the high temperature in the region, I’d definitely love to Read More

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1001 Places I’d Like to Visit Before I Die #8 – Pamukkale

Where we live is a building where occupants are of different nationalities and most of our neighbors come from Turkey. Friendly as I am I’d hit up a conversation when I bump into one of them at the elevator or at the front yard. More often than not, Turkey holidays would surface in those small talks. It Read More

Postcard # 20 – Thai Farmers

Carabaos, my kids weren’t aware of these domesticated buffaloes until 2 years ago. That was when we came home to the Philippines to attend my brother’s wedding. We passed buy a few of those carabao-stores selling handmade furniture. So I got this postcard, rather my son received this from a good friend, Raya, who’s based in Read More

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