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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

While You're Stuck In Edsa Traffic: This Is What Rush Hour Looks Like In Different Parts Of The World

Metro Manila has been getting a lot of bad press, landing in “Worst” lists everywhere—first for the traffic, according Waze users; and recently, for being the “worst” place in Southeast Asia, according to Travel Guide South East Asia Backpacker.It ...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Your Ultimate Guide To The World’s Best Shopping Districts

For most people, traveling to a new place is an opportunity to go shopping. More than scoring unique finds, the experience of wading through a sea of goods in a foreign land gives one a heightened sense of adventure.Often, though, lack of planning and time con...

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Kristel Serran

Why Do I Need Travel Insurance?

We go so far as making detailed travel itineraries. We make it a point to be at the airport hours early so we don’t miss our flights. We take extra precautionary measures while on the road.But as for travel emergencies, we mostly leave it all to fate.Most Fi...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Travel Insurance Philippines: 5 Tips On Finding The Best Deals

Many frequent flyers and smart travelers swear by the convenience of insuring both their domestic and international trips to avoid unwanted expenses on accidents and other unforeseen circumstances.Alongside packing smart and preparing a travel itinerary, smart...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Steal My Itinerary: Chasing The Northern Lights And Other Things To Do In Finland

Why should you make a trip to Finland a top priority?While many tourist destinations offer urban treading, temple running, and exhilarating water activities, Finland showcases a borderline out-of-this-world experience. That is, chasing the Northern Lights and ...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

US Or Schengen Visa Holder? Here's A Full List Of Countries You Can Go To

While there’s a long list of visa-free destinations that await Philippine passport holders, big countries such as Japan, China, South Korea, USA, as well as Australia, Germany, France, United Kingdom still require a visa for both vacation and business purpos...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Speak Like A Local On Your Next Travel With This Guide To Common Foreign Phrases

Exploring the sights and sounds of a country surrounded by foreign-speaking locals surely adds to the charm of traveling to an international destination.If you availed of a package tour, you can relax, follow the lead of the tour guide, and worry less about ge...

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Dino Mari Testa

Top Scenic Road Trip Destinations For People Who Like Long Drives

With only a few weeks to go before June, there’s still time to punctuate your summer with a bang.While the current trends in planning a great summer getaway are leaning toward cheap and off-the-beaten-path destinations, nothing beats the convenience of drivi...

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Kristel Serran

Top Tourist Spots In The Philippines That Look And Feel Like Popular Foreign Destinations

Travelers are getting more and more creative with their adventures and, more important, Instagrammable photos.Sure, getting a lot of stamps on your passport for every country visited is a huge achievement, but not everyone can afford that privilege. Budget-lim...

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Diana Lyn Balbalosa

Unlock The Hidden Potential Of Your New Philippine e-Passport

The Philippines has one of the most secure passports in the world. It may not be exactly among the most good-looking, nor has it been hailed as among the most powerful, but it is right up there with our ASEAN neighbors and other countries in the world when it ...

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