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VISIT LAKE SEBU, SOUTH COTABATO, PHILIPPINES!

Believe it or not, it has been years since I’ve started dreaming of visiting Lake Sebu, an eco-cultural travel destination in South Cotabato, in my home country, the Philippines. I’ve been wanting to meet a few from the Tboli tribe, one of the indigenous groups of people from southern Mindanao. I’ve been wanting to discover their…

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WHEN IN DUBAI : EXPERIENCE FLY HIGH DUBAI HELICOPTER TOUR!

Helicopter tour over Dubai has been on my bucket list since the day I moved to this ever future-forward cosmopolitan emirate. I have been admiring those incredibly stunning skyscrapers and iconic landmarks from a worm’s perspective and from a few vantage points however, never from a bird’s eye view while on aerial tour on board…

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40 PHOTOS FROM OLD TOWN DUBAI

A ten minute leisurely walk from Al Fahidi Metro Station to Al Musalla roundabout in Old Town Dubai, could easily transport you back in time. From the future-forward skyscrapers that lord the skyline of Sheikh Zayed Road, to the traditional wind towers of restored settlements made of corals and gypsum, located in Al Bastakiya in Al Fahidi Historical…

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PHOTO ESSAY : PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA

The photos I took in Patagonia, Argentina, although far from being complex and filtered, are direct reflections of my short, yet unforgettable experiences that will remain indelible in my memory for as long as I live! For someone like me who’s currently living and working in the cosmopolitan emirate of Dubai, and who was born and…

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44 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT BUENOS AIRES AND PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires and Patagonia, in Argentina are a sensory feast! It’s difficult not to fall in love with Argentina! Es uno de los lugares más hermosos en los que he estado (It’s one of the most beautiful places that I have been to)!  Its tasteful and savoury cuisine, unbelievable natural resources, awe-inspiring heritage sites, friendly locals who are…

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HOME HOTEL BUENOS AIRES : MY HOME IN PALERMO, BUENOS AIRES

Staying in HOME HOTEL BUENOS AIRES on my last 4 days and 3 nights in Argentina felt like it’s the cherry on top of my trip. Everything was pleasant from overall hospitality, to provision of comfort and use of amenities. They gave me accommodation without complexities, and made sure I was welcomed, like a family member…

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LA CANTERA BOUTIQUE HOTEL : WARMEST HOME IN EL CALAFATE, PATAGONIA

Southern Patagonia is one of the coldest places that I have been to however, La Cantera Boutique Hotel in El Calafate provided me with impressively warmest accommodation and friendliest hospitality! LOCATION Following 3-hour-and-25-minute-flight from Buenos Aires, I arrived at El Calafate Airport before 10AM. Because I opted to arrange all my transportation and excursions in Patagonia…

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PATIOS DE SAN TELMO : MY HOTEL IN SAN TELMO, BUENOS AIRES

On my first few days in Buenos Aires, I stayed at Patios de San Telmo! And I’m glad I did! ACCESSIBLE LOCATION The hotel is located along the street at the heart of San Telmo district that makes it very accessible. My taxi driver didn’t even need to use his GPS as he’s familiar with…

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HOW TO APPLY FOR TOURIST VISA AT EMBASSY OF ARGENTINA

How to apply for tourist visa to Argentina? That’s the first question that popped on my mind when I started planning my return-trip to South America.  It is noteworthy to mention that VOA or Visas on Arrival are not contemplated on Argentina’s migration regulations; hence, everyone who’s required a visa to enter Argentina must apply at…

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WHERE’S YOUR NEXT TRAVEL DESTINATION?

I am usually asked by people who know me and even random social media followers, “where’s your next travel destination?” Well, where do you think is the next best place for that much-needed break? Apparently, the world is so vast and there are so many beautiful destinations that could prolong your so called, bucket list.…

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