Monthly Archives: September 2011

Boracay Sunset

I have yet to set foot in the pristine beaches of Boracay. My niece who just came from a brief vacation in Boracay is telling a lot of good things about the place including the breath-taking sunset. I want to be in her shoes and witness the setting of the sun for myself. If going…

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Tourism taps the power of social media to promote the Philippines

It’s nice to know that the new tourism secretary is tapping the power of social media to boost the country’s tourism campaign. Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez said Facebook and twitter user, and blog owners can help promote the Philippines’ fascinating places and destinations all over the world. “It helps that Filipinos love to travel. It…

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The Benefits of Going on Vacation Alone

Some things are best done in groups, while some may be done alone. One such example is going on singles holidays. Even if you happen to be unattached, you can still go on that much-needed vacation. We all deserve to get away from it all after all, regardless of marital or relationship status. What are…

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The diva in him

Men can easily be dubbed as the vainer of the two sexes. They can be very particular about their clothes and their shoes. They can spend a fortune buying the best shirts that fit and the best trainers in the market the tickles their fancy. And let us not even go to the hair. They…

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Dreaming of Singles’ Holidays

One of the things that you have to give up when you become a mother is your social life. The late night out with your friends is replaced with all-nighters keeping watch of your newborn, the lazy lunch dates with the girls are traded for visits to the pediatrician and the last full show movie…

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