Simple Health Tips for Travelers

With extended family members enjoying the not-so crowded pool in Q.C.

With extended family members enjoying the not-so crowded pool in Q.C.

Travel is fun and enriches one’s life, but sometimes it also entails sickness which can spoil the fun. Some of the common ailments we know that travelers should protect themselves from are diarrhea and Gastrointestinal Virus. These diseases are acquired from ingesting contaminated food and water supply. You can protect yourself from this illnesses if you ensure that you only eat and drink from safe and known sources. You can observe this health tips at home or while you are traveling.

It will be summer in a few weeks and what better way to spend summer than a planned family getaway. Aside from food and water-borne illnesses, travelers should also watch out for skin diseases such as eczema. Just in case you go for a swim, make sure that you’ll only swim or wade in clean water to protect you skin from infection.


Places to see in Thailand

Are you single and traveling the wonderful country of Thailand? Perhaps you would like to meet a woman from Thailand who is quite different from all the women that you have met before. Aside from being accommodating, you can expect Thai women to be kind and generous. They will try their best to make you…

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Travelers Benefit From Listening to Music

A lot of people cannot live without music. A lot of times, people use music as a form of release or relaxation. They listen to music when they want to feel at ease. There are not even some people who cannot work nor do tasks without music. Travelers in particular can benefit a lot from…

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Flashback Friday: Ascencion Church in Villa Escudero

The pink church. This is the Ascencion Church found inside the vast Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort in San Pablo City, Laguna. It was a Spanish-style church and being used as a museum. My daughter took this picture during her educational field trip five years ago.

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