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Stop Over: Daejeon

Daejeon Fall The main reason this province was part of our itinerary is because it was Candie’s hometown for a year as a cultural exchange student. It was supposed to be a stop over to visit Hannam University and her old professor for according to her, there were...

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Ways to Help Philippines’ Typhoon Ondoy Victims

On the faithful day of September 26, 2009, Metro Manila, Philippines experienced one of the worst typhoon ever. Over 10 hours of non-stop raining left the metro with biblical flooding. Areas that never gets flooded experienced it for the first time in its most...

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seoul searching

In June, I heard that Cebu Pacific now has regular flights going to South Korea. And in one of their periodic low fare promotions, we (my sisters and I) decided to book a trip together. The truth is SoKor never interests me, not to mention it used to be very expensive...

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Top Attractions of Marinduque Island

Marinduque is an island province in the Philippines most popularly known for the unique Moriones Festival. In fact, I will say this is the #1 of the top attractions of Marinduque island. Tourists, local and foreign, flock to the island to take part in the colorful...

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Top Things to do in Bandung City

Top Things to do in Bandung City

I just came back from a dive trip in Indonesia and a friend asked if I was in Bandung. She wanted to know if it is worth a visit. Well, I have been in Bandung, although not recently. I visited Bandung in 2009 as part of a multi-city visit around Indonesia. Here are my...

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notes on Boracay

notes on Boracay

This is the first time I've been to the "sunrise" part of Boracay, the Bulabog beach. On this side, luxury condotels and retirement/ vacation residents are sprouting left and right. I also got the chance to be shown around one of the splendid suites of 7stones...

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Boracay interlude

Boracay interlude

Because I travel a lot, I'm happy to infect my mum with the travel bug. So this Boracay trip is not mine, it's my parents'. :) It's a shame though that their first visit is during the rainy August, when the whole beach was hidden behind tarpaulin wind breakers. Also...

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Karma 101: Temple of Borobudur

Karma 101: Temple of Borobudur

I refused to leave Yogyakarta without seeing the Temple of Borobudur. We were supposed to see this yesterday but we lost track of time and the temple closes at 5pm. I ended up booking a flight to Bali instead of taking the land route via Bromo. I kind of regret that...

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