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Poolside area

Weekday routines could be grueling. Working with difficult individuals, bumping to some annoying strangers, and getting stuck in an unrelenting gridlock strained me to my limits. That is why, I love weekends. I can go to random getaways around the province to flush out toxic stress. Returning to work refreshed increases both my productivity and tolerance to pressure. But sometimes, travel could be equally stressful, especially when the weather and Read more

Escario Central Hotel receiving area

The simple vertical strokes of orange and red makes a fine and stunning contrast with the ivory walls. The tidy-stalked bamboo trees, the small mead that wrapped the lawn, and the classic-looking set blend perfectly to let you experience a zen feel. The Reception There’s nothing flashy in the receiving area. In place of chandelier is a hand-crafted spherical rattan which mesh added an atypical element to the lighting inside it. Two Read more

Turtle Bay Dive Resort Moalboal

I could feel the warmth of the morning sun. Bright rays transcend through the wooden shutter window. It was left open. No one minded to close it though, after watching the fireworks that lit the sky the night before. New Year’s Eve, that was. I was still sleepy at 07AM. However, inasmuch as I wanted to return to sleep—I couldn’t—I remembered I agreed to join a friend for a laid-back sojourn in Moalboal. The Read more

Where to stay in Armenia?

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Golden Palace Hotel

What does a tourist do first when planning a trip? Of course, he is looking for a place to stay while traveling. As the most hospitable country Armenia offers you a huge range of hotels. There are both five-star hotels and hostels available for budget travelers. The best thing to do is to check out beforehand hotels and hostels and pick the one to include in Armenia tour package. Here Read more

Le Monet Hotel in Camp John Hay is one of the most recommended hotel in Baguio City

No one disputes Baguio City as the summer capital of the Philippines. Because of such fame, many other temperate communities around the country call themselves little Baguio. Though there are many other cooler places around; Sagada and Banaue, to name a few, Baguio still remains the place to go for the majority of Filipino vacationers. With a climate that may go as low as 8 °C from December to February, Read more