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Global Visas Philippines: Making Dreams Come True

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  Filipinos leave the country for better job opportunities abroad. Salaries here are simply not enough to sustain them and their families. The minimum wage in the Philippines is quite low compared to other countries. Other countries pay better and provide better benefits. Luckily for Filipinos who wish to work abroad, Global Visas Philippines offers insightful tips, step-by-step consultations and… Read more »

Manila to Caticlan in 35 Minutes via SEAIR

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  SEAIR International (SEAIR) announces the re-launch of your favorite flights to Boracay. The brand that pioneered commercial flights to Boracay in 2005, is back to offer premium services with fast and stress-free travel to the island using state-of-the-art Dornier 328 aircraft. “We are delighted to re-launch our Boracay flights, with premium travel services to be enjoyed exclusively by SEAIR passengers…. Read more »

Murang Lipad Assists Passengers Affected By Flight Cancellations

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    Here’s great news for air travelers affected by the cancellation of Zest Air flights. Murang Lipad, a division of Triplestar Travel & Tours, offers flight reservation assistance to passengers affected by Zest Air flight cancellations. It services ticket reservations of all major carriers in the Philippines, particularly Tiger Air, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Air Asia and Jetstar. To… Read more »

A New Tiger Flies

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  The onset of the rainy season in the Philippines shouldn’t stop you from making travel plans. The rains bring good news to adventurous budget travelers and those who prefer less people in travel destinations. This is usually the low season for local travel, which means lower fares and lower room rates. Worth considering when drawing up travel plans is… Read more »

Great Travel Experiences with iTraveler Asia

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  Still planning that perfect summer getaway? Living in a country of 7,107 islands, you would have an endless choice of travel destinations. If you’re overwhelmed by the number of options among pristine beaches, excellent dive sites and diverse cultural heritage sites, let iTraveler Asia be your guide on your next trip. iTraveler Asia is the newest one-stop travel website that… Read more »

SEAIR Now Flies to Laoag

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  SEAIR gives us a great reason to go north this summer! Southeast Asian Airlines, Inc. (SEAIR) now flies to Laoag City, the capital of Ilocos Norte. On April 4, 2013, SEAIR had its inaugural Manila-Laoag flight, originating from the Manila Domestic Airport or Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 4. Laoag means “light” in Ilocano and its “Sunshine City”… Read more »

Backtrack: DC Cherry Blossom Festival 2010

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    I have lots of pictures from past travels. Some of them still in old dusty photo albums, some now in digital albums, while some pictures are stashed unorganized in old boxes. A few years back, I put together some photos to make digital albums and turn them into videos using One True Media. This can be uploaded to… Read more »