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Kristel Serran

Cebu Pacific, PAL Announce Flight Cancellations For November 2018

Heads up to anyone traveling via Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines (PAL) this November.The two major Philippine air carriers have announced that they will be canceling several scheduled domestic and international flights from the Ninoy Aquino National Airpo...

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Airplane Etiquette
Cloey Mangali

Airplane Etiquette: 10 Commandments Of Airline Travel

Whether it is your first time riding an airplane—or not, how you act inside it says a lot about you. It can also affect the quality of your trip and that of your fellow passengers.Discussing the do’s and don’ts when it comes to boarding a plane is basica...

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Kristel Serran

The Many Pros (And Several Cons) Of Traveling Solo

Social media has no shortage of travel bloggers, #freespirits, and #DigitalNomads that have awakened the #wanderlust and #islandgirls in all of us.These backpackers or solo travelers have so many places to show and exciting stories to share. Wouldn't it be nic...

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Kristel Serran

Boracay Opening: Here Are The Big Changes You Need To Know

After months of rehabilitation efforts, the paradise island of Boracay in Aklan had its dry-run opening on October 15.The dry run promised to be a fun celebration on what is now a pristine, white beach. It’s supposed to run until October 25, which is the da...

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Dino Mari Testa

These Are The Countries With The Most Powerful Passports

If you’re a Japanese passport holder, then your passport just became more powerful than before.The 2018 Henley Passport Index is out, and Japan just overtook Singapore as the country with the passport that can give you visa-free access to the most number of...

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Is Excessive Delayed Flight Covered by Travel Insurance
Kristel Serran

Are Excessive Flight Delays Covered by Travel Insurance?

Travel delay coverages are part of your travel insurance. And even if you’re only traveling within the country, it’s best to still get covered by a flight delay insurance.Why? Because there’s no solid system in place when it comes to how our airports han...

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Clark Airport Guide
Kristel Serran

Your Ultimate Guide To Clark Airport Travel: 5 Things You Need To Know

The Clark Airport (CRK) is a great alternative to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s (NAIA) busy terminals and congested runways.The CRK is fast gaining more popularity among wise travelers primarily because of its cheaper airfares compared to airports...

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How to Keep Your Belongings Safe While Traveling
Kristel Serran

Luggage Pilfering At Philippine Airports? Here's How To Keep Your Belongings Safe While Traveling

While reports of laglag-bala at Philippine airports have died down, a growing number of instances of travelers losing valuables from luggage pilfering have been reported in the media.Recently, a video circulated on Facebook showing a NAIA 3 attendant nicking m...

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Why You Should Use A Credit Card For Travel
Cloey Mangali

Why You Should Use A Credit Card For Travel

If you love to travel, you should really consider getting a travel credit card if you haven't. Otherwise, you're missing on deals like the best credit card for travel miles or the best credit card for international travel can give you.There are a number of cre...

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Cloey Mangali

Airline Fares To Rise As Philippine Air Carriers Get Approval For Fuel Surcharges

Expect higher airline fares after this month as the aviation regulatory body of the Department of Transportation (DOTr), the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has approved a petition by local airlines to impose fuel surcharges on flights.The fuel surcharges were a...

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