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Kristel Serran

The Zero-Waste Movement: Is it Economical or Excessive?

All things considered, the steadily growing movement for a zero-waste life is a huge milestone for humanity.We’ve become a generation of conscious consumers, aware of how each choice and action can have a lifetime of consequences.Everything is interconnected...

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Skytrax Airline Awards
Dino Mari Testa

Best Airlines In The World: Skytrax Releases 2018 Ranking Of Carriers

Airline industry consultancy firm Skytrax has just unveiled the world's best airlines: carriers that made it to the 2018 World Airline Awards.Dubbed the “Oscars of the aviation industry,” this annual ranking of carriers around the world awards airline comp...

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Kristel Serran

10 Ways Being A "Tita" Actually Saves You A Lot Of Money

The most basic definition of a tita is the simplest one. It’s a Spanish term we Filipinos use to call our aunts. But even older family friends are also called "tita" when they’re too senior to be called "ate," and you’re not that close to address them by...

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Best Noodles In Manila 2018
Dino Mari Testa

8 Best Noodle Places To Visit On A P250 Budget

Aside from coffee, hot chocolate, and cuddles from your loved one, what better way to keep you warm on a cold night than a large steaming bowl of noodles? Thankfully, restaurants where you can find the best noodles in Manila are a dime a dozen.This rainy seaso...

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Boracay Closure
Kathryn Jalbuena

Boracay Set To Reopen In October 2018, But There Is A Catch

Good news for beach lovers! Boracay is no longer a cesspool, according to Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu.During a hearing of the House of Representatives’ natural resources committee held on Wednesday (July 11), Cimatu stated that Boracay is set to reopen ...

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Travel Insurance Philippines
Kristel Serran

4 Destinations In The Philippines Where You Could Really Use Travel Insurance

There are many kinds of travel insurance we can choose from when traveling abroad.Mostly, Filipinos only get a travel insurance policy if they are planning trips to Schengen countries, as travel insurance is a Visa requirement. Because of this, travel insuranc...

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Pacquiao Money Per Fight
Dino Mari Testa

Pacquiao's Fight Earnings Through The Years—And How Much He Could've Made From The Matthysse Fight

Boxer turned actor turned cager turned senator Manny Pacquiao has done it again.On July 15, 2018, he garnered his 60th career win via a technical knockout of Lucas Martin Matthysse. Pac Man has proven that he still has the chops despite his new set of prioriti...

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Batanes Itinerary
Kristel Serran

Steal My Itinerary: Six Days In Batanes

Of all the things that fascinated me during my six-day stay in Batanes, it was the way they said "Thank you" that struck me the most.“Dios Mamajes," they say. Which translates to, “May God reward you with goodness.”Dennis, our tour guide in Sabtang isla...

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Types of Travel Insurance
Kristel Serran

6 Types Of Travel Insurance And Why You Need Them

There are many types of travel insurance that serve as a safety cushion for all sorts of travel inconveniences. In some cases, like when traveling to Schengen countries, it is a requirement for Visa application.Luckily, if you’re on a budget, there are a lo...

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Korean Buffet Manila
Dino Mari Testa

Top Samgyupsal In Metro Manila For Budgets Of P500 And Below

Looking for the best samgyupsal in Manila? Thankfully, you can find a Korean barbeque restaurant in almost every neighborhood in the metro, thanks to both the K-invasion and our undying love for all things unli.With thinly sliced pork belly, a wide assortment ...

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