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  Having a ride on a jeepney is a most common way to commute around the city, but this one is a different story.   I was introduced to Jeepney Tours – one of the fun ways to tour around the city while riding on a jeepney. Now what makes this usual different from other jeepneys? Here’s what I had to say. While the usual jeepney rides can be tedious sometimes (because of the gruesome heat, traffic and pollution outside) this one is crazy pimped and colorful, fully conditioned, spacious

I can’t help but to fall in love with Vigan. that timely trip to the north has been an eye opener to me, and i can’t help but to be in awe with the surroundings and its heritage. and because of this, i wanna go back again and explore the wonders of this beautiful place that is well-loved by tourist and locals alike. I was invited by Powercomm weeks ago as one of the bloggers to review one of the hotels near the heritage site and its newly opened restaurant,

SEAIR International (SEAIR) announces its partnership with Muranglipad.com to offer airfare comparison to passengers. SEAIR, the brand that pioneered commercial flights to Boracay in 2005, is back to offer premium services with fast and stress-free travel to passengers. Part of its thrust to offer innovative services to clients, is the belief to offer the best value-for-money fares to passengers. Muranglipad.com, a division of Triplestar Travel and Tours Inc, provides airfare comparison to all domestic and international destinations, across all airlines. SEAIR clients can now enjoy expert travel advise from Muranglipad.com’s

I’ve no idea what Malabon has to offer for me, until I googled about it after I received an invitation from Mhel and Ken from Certified Foodies. I got excited as I saw lots of heritage houses and food stalls that are so unknown to me, and some of them has branches outside of their city. The foodie in me got excited, as I prepare myself on what it has to offer for the newbie like me. One of the bloggers backed out the last minute, they told me that

During my solo staycation, One Tagaytay Place made my stay comfortable and safe, and here’s why. 🙂   The hotel is just behind 7-eleven and just beside Southridge subdivision, along Tagay-Calamba road. It is only a 5-min ride from Olivares (Tagaytay rotunda) and it can be seen easily (but if you’re commuting, it can be accessible via trike). the road going to the hotel is rather steep for those who has their rides with them, it’s best to park the car outside the hotel. I was given welcome drinks after

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