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3 Ways to be a Good Traveler

Wednesday, Jan 10, 2018

3 Ways to be a Good Traveler by Camille Conopio Originally posted on inquirer.net Most of the time, the idea of going to new places tends to overwhelm us so much that we forget the purpose of travel is more than just relaxation and recreation; it goes beyond the leisure aspect. To travel is to discover, to educate and be educated and to create bridges. Visiting a new place is an opportunity to spread goodness. And since “no man is an island,” going places becomes an avenue where people of ...

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Pros & Cons: Front or Back Seats in Planes

Wednesday, Jan 10, 2018

Pros & Cons: Front or back Seats in Planes People have always separated planes into two parts: the front and the back, the wings acting as the median between them both. Many would argue that the back seats are best, while others would prefer to book one as far front as they can. What are the pros and cons of the two? We point a few of them here for you to find out. Front Seats Staying in the front row essentially being able to get off the plane before everybody else You’ll get your snacks a ...

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5 Unspoken Airport Rules

Tuesday, Jan 9, 2018

Unspoken Airport Rules Airports can be some of the busiest of public places that can get especially chaotic during holidays. There are a lot of rules and regulations to observe to be sure, but not all rules have to be printed on a poster for you to be aware of them. Here are a few of the unspoken airport rules that passengers aren’t informed of, but should observe: Don't crowd the luggage carousel! It can be a very stressful or even dangerous. Sticking close to the conveyor belt may seem lik ...

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Attraction Review: Batanes

Saturday, Jan 6, 2018

Attraction Review: Batanes The country's smallest province located off the coast of northern Luzon, in fact, closer to Taiwan than the Philippines. Batanes, an archipelago province, is made up of 10 islands, with only three inhabited, and are scattered across the vast Luzon Strait, while the Bashi Channel in the north separates the islands from Taiwan. The three main islands ranked according to size: 1. Batan 2. Itbayat 3. Sabtang Others are Misanga, Ditarem, Siayan, Dinem, Vuhos, Ade ...

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Current airfares to Manila (as of January 5, 2018)

Friday, Jan 5, 2018

Current airfares to Manila (as of January 5, 2018)

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How to Research your Destination

Friday, Jan 5, 2018

How to Research your Destination So you’ve got a fun and exotic destination in mind for your next big vacation. The beaches look great, people have been saying good things about it, and you think you’re ready to tackle this magical place. Unfortunately, prepping for a global adventure to a new land is more than just admiring postcards and posters. Doing hard research can pay off for the savvy adventurer, and we give you the basic ...

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Global News: Taipei Streetfood, Improving Singapore's Top Airport, and more!

Thursday, Jan 4, 2018

Taipei Streetfood, Improving Singapore's Top Airport and more! Taipei’s Streetfood Scene Nothing says “exotic flavors and textures” like the dishes of Asia. If you want some of the most savory treats, Taipei is definitely worth a visit or two! Their streetfoods are some of the best in Asia, attracting droves of people just for a taste. From the tongue tickling flavors of Xiao long bao, dumplings filled with piping hot soup, to stinky tofu, which tastes a lot better than it smells. Tourists w ...

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Mango Beat: This 2018, Start Small

Wednesday, Jan 3, 2018

This 2018, Start Small by Camille Conopio Originally posted on inquirer.net Start small — that’s the best way to begin the new year. With so many things you would like to do, it’s possible to be overwhelmed. So why not just take baby steps and carry out the basics first? Then when you finally get the hang of it, take it to the next level. See places If you want to travel the world, start on small adventures to places that are within your turf? If you live in the countryside but work in the ...

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Mango Stories: Philippine Island Activities

Tuesday, Jan 2, 2018

Philippine Island Activities When in the Philippines, island activities are definitely something one cannot miss. From Palawan's Underground River tour and stand-up paddling in Bohol to relaxing under the breathtaking Kawasan Falls of Cebu and more, endless adventures await you across the Philippine archipelago. Start listing down your 2018 travel goals and look forward to more fun-filled and meaningful journeys! Related links: Island Facts: Boracay 5 Things to Bring Island Hopping ...

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Post-holiday Travels Made Easy

Tuesday, Jan 2, 2018

Post-holiday Travels Made Easy No doubt that the post-holiday blues could be kicking just when you’ve gotten comfortable and free of worries. How to come back to reality and beat the chaos of traveling back to the city after the holiday season vacation? We’ve put together few easy, breezy tips that will surely help you keep things in order as you get back to reality. Tips You can get caught up with the holiday craze - shopping, gift-giving, travel and other holiday season-related expenses ...

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