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Visit these places when you're in Philippines

By: Justin Posted: May-29-2015 in
Justin

What to do when you are hyped for a travel? Visit Philippines!

If you are looking for a place where nature is abundant, Philippines is one of the travel destinations you should not miss to visit. Just imagine a country that consists of 7, 107 islands for you to discover. It is going to be an overwhelming experience, isn’t it?

Over the years, Philippines have maintained its natural beauty, which gives the tourists the reason to visit the country over and over again. Well, that is the perks you will get when Philippines is in your top travel destination.

Axe promotes a sexy campaign to save Boracay

By: Vin Ello Posted: October-30-2012 in
Vin Ello

Axe, the iconic male fragrance & deodorant brand just launched a new campaign dubbed as “Axe Anarchy Island: Sexy Saves Boracay.” Many have raved about the wonders of this island located in the Visayas region of the Philippines. I was astonished to see Boracay for the very first time in 2007 for a church retreat. Yes, you heard it right -- we spent a church retreat in Boracay and the experience was breathtaking!

CAB approves direct flights to Cambodia, but actual flights may still take time to happen

By: Amanda Lago Posted: December-30-2011 in
Amanda Lago

Direct flights from the Philippines to Cambodia may soon be a reality after the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) gave local carriers the greenlight to add frequencies for the neighboring country.

The Philippine carriers that received the flight frequencies are AirAsia, Airphil Express, Cebu Pacific, and Zest Air, according to industry regulator CAB.

Philippines leaving No room for Complacency

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: October-24-2011 in
Ken Gadaffi

MANILA (23 Oct 2011) – Despite being drawn into what was termed as a ‘favourable’ draw’, Philippines national Under-23 team manager Dan Palami said that there is no room for complacency and that the squad must work harder to make their presence felt.

The draw for the much-anticipated men’s football event at the 26th edition of the SEA Games this year was made this week with Philippines being placed in the easier Group B against last edition’s runners-up Vietnam, Laos, Timor Leste, Myanmar and Brunei.

1 killed, 1 injured as Typhoon Nalgae batters N. Philippines

By: Mu Xuequan Posted: October-02-2011 in
Mu Xuequan

MANILA, Oct. 1 (Xinhua) -- A 35-year-old passenger died and another was injured when the van they were riding on in northern Philippines was hit by a landslide as Typhoon Nalgae (local name: Quiel) pummeled the northern part of the country on Saturday, a senior government official said.

Executive director Benito Ramos of the National Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Council said at around 10:30 a.m., the passenger van bound from Buguias to Bontoc was struck by a landslide while traversing Gonogon section of Halsema Highway in Mountain Province.

Changes to site navigation - Philippines - Manila

By: Expat Advisory Posted: September-15-2011 in
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Changes to site navigation. We have now relocated all articles related to Philippines to our main Philippines pages.

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Mountain Biking Philippines

By: GOW Posted: June-21-2011 in
GOW

The Philippines is an overlooked treasure of Southeast Asia, but that's due to its remoteness, not for lack of natural gems that range from coral-fringed islands, palm lined white-sand beaches to hot springs and majestic volcanoes. Consisting of more than 7,000 islands between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, it would take you years to visit all that the Philippines has to offer, but for some highlights we take you mountain biking on trails that run up and down the base of volcanoes on the main island of Luzon.

TRUE GRIT: JP Sarmiento

By: Lokal Soul Posted: May-19-2011 in
Lokal Soul

In our first surfer feature ever, we sat down with Jean Pierre Sarmiento who recently bagged the Men’s Shortboard division at the 6th MSA Manila Surfers Cup in La Union. He’s been racking up his game by battling it out in competitions and still continually improves by constant practice. At a distance you would think a local is ripping only to realize its actually JP just doing his thing. An inspiration to city-based surfers, let’s take a look on how JP does it.

Montezuma’s revenge “Philippine style”

By: Gene Davis Posted: September-12-2010 in
Gene Davis

Montezuma’s revenge “Philippine style” is most often caused by eating or drinking something that is made with local unpurified water or something cooked in or with the water that has not been cooked long enough to kill the bacteria.

While most foods are okay to eat here and present no problem to our digestive tract; the sauces that come with local foods (mostly sold by street vendors) are sometimes cooked with local water that has not been boiled or cooked long enough.
Even the ice served in your favorite drinks at large restaurants can be suspect.

Forgotten workers: How the global recession is affecting the world’s poorest

By: Naomi Goldsmith-Dixon Posted: August-08-2010 in
Naomi Goldsmith-Dixon

As the grip of global recession tightens, even the most frivolous are starting to find ways to cut back. Whether it is putting off buying that new car or digging out last years sweater, every penny saved can help. As we buy less and spend little what is happening to the industries and manufacturers from whom we get our goods? What is happening to their employees?

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