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Images of sceneries, people, culture and tradition locally & abroad are posted here.
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This is interesting ideas..

http://www.msvconsultants.com


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This is useful ideas.. Thanks i am impressing Thanks..

http://www.youngbirds.in/


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Price drop daw! Ang sakit pa din sa bangs!
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Why are you using Tangalog to rant about Lucio Tan?! Why don't you use his own native Chinese dialect[s] instead?!

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Pababa na ng pababa

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Mahal pa din. Pag nasa 3k na lang yan mag bobook ako



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AN APP THAT WILL BRING YOU TO THE SUMMIT

http://www.phmountains.com/

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Mountain Climbing 101



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Package Inclusions:

Van Transfer Manila-Baler-Manila
Accommodation
Baler Tour
Guide fee to Ditumbo falls
Gas/Toll fees/Driver
Taxes and Surcharges

Sites to Visit
Aurora Quezon Ancestral House
Baler Church
Museo de Baler
Old Balete Tree
Ermita Hill
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Interesting video about Binondo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfaxGV17kkY


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Videos showcasing best day trips, restaurant, "how to" and spa reviews. Primarily GoPro Hero 3 visions from Metro Manila Philippines.

www.youtube.com/user/videoluxorg


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My interest in traveling was initially triggered by one of my first loves – football. A few years back, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea Football Clubs had their Asian tour in China, Malaysia and Thailand. Together with two friends, I searched for the cheapest ticket going to Kuala Lumpur.

From there, I traveled non-stop all over Southeast Asia and the following year, I was lucky enough to get into a fashion program in Milan.

For the duration of my studies, I was able to explore the beautiful cities of Barcelona, Vienna, Paris and this also gave me the opportunity to watch European teams play live.

Then, another love came. Luckily, we had the same interests. We met in a Couchsurfing meeting in Manila and the stars just aligned. We started dating and decided to travel together to Boracay where we got the chance to know each other very well.

I wasn’t expecting too much, to be honest. I am a very active member of Couchsurfing Philippines and I know the rules of the game – people come and go.

The day he left Manila was also the day he asked me to come with him. I was in total shock. My friends often tease me that I always find something wrong when the ‘gift of love’ comes, that I have always been good at being alone. In a blink of an eye, I said yes.

Traveling duo

I believed that I had already met the one who would make my knees tremble, turn my iris’ shapes into hearts and send butterflies to my belly. There’s no harm in traveling with the one you love, right? After all, if it doesn’t work out, home is just a plane away.
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Bolivia – 60 days
Brazil – 90 days (for holders of diplomatic, official, and service passports, visa-free for (a) duration of tour of duty or (b) 180 days for official business or tourism)
Brunei – 14 days
Cambodia – 21 days
Colombia
Costa Rica – 30 days
Ecuador – 90 days
Hong Kong SAR – 14 days
India – Visa upon arrival valid for 30 days (limited only to New Delhi and Mumbai airports)
Indonesia – 30 days
Israel – visa-free for tourists (no. of days of stay will depend on Immigration); visa-free for holders of diplomatic and official passports; visa required for business)
Laos – 30 days
Malaysia – 30 days
Morocco
Mozambique – Visa upon arrival valid for 30 days
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It’s Adobo Lah! The 10 Ridiculous Filipino Stereotypes And Other Prejudices

http://www.travelinspiration360.com/10-misconception-about-the-philippines/


Hello, kamusta ka kaibigan? First to begin with a positive note, congratulations to Singapore and Philippines for making onto Lonely Planet’s “Top 10 countries to visit in 2015″! :-) There must be something special about Singapore and Philippines to win this honorary title! (The only two Asian countries) If you are in a dilemma whether to visit The Philippines, a beautiful gem in South East Asia, probably this article can help you clear your doubts and calm your anxiety. The country and its island are somehow misunderstood by many.

The Philippines is sitting at the very eastern edge of South East Asia. Many people seem to have very different opinions of this spectacular country. The harsh reality is, there is a certain stigma towards the country, probably a result from media reports or simply the lack of knowledge.

As a traveler, many people like to seek my recommendation for vacation in South East Asia, the first country which always comes to my mind is the Philippines! Usually people will be skeptical as this travel destination is not something they expect (unlike to mainstream places i.e. Phuket or Bali) It’s undeniable that many people really do not know much about the Philippines and are missing out a lot from this amazing country. Well, I am not saying the country is perfect, but Philippines is indeed a GREAT destination for tourist to visit.

Till now, Philippines is the only beach destination country that had me visited twice. Both times, the Filipinos never failed to surprise me with their genuine hospitality and sincerity. I laughed hard when I heard about some horrendous and hilarious prejudices and stereotypes of the Philippines and this lead to this article for me to share the top 10 misconception about the Philippines. Hopefully this will turn the stereotypes and prejudices into love and you may become a fan of the “Islands of Paradise”. (A title I personally gave Philippines) Who knows, in future you might start wearing tee shirts with the prints “I Love PH”. haha


#1 Wow, are you serious? Philippines is dangerous!
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Telok Blangah Green - Singapore


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