The Art of Female Solo Travel

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A study by Booking.com revealed that 72% of American women travel solo. While this concept still raises a few eyebrows, particularly in more traditional societies, it’s gaining a momentum and becoming increasingly popular particularly in an attempt to liberate and empower women to achieve a higher level of freedom and be in control of their lives. Female solo travel is a life-changing experience and there are lots of benefits that ladies who decide to take a leap of faith and hit the road towards unfamiliar destinations enjoy. But such a great adventure shouldn’t be taken lightly as it needs to be planned in great detail. Here are a few tips on what to pay attention to. Continue reading

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Bond Travel Gear: An Advantage for Travelers

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Travelers, adventurers, and thrill-seekers alike, you might want to check this out.

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Buda Vista Vacation House

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Have you ever thought of escaping the busy city life and taking refuge in a house close to nature? You know, where trees are abundant, birds are chirping, the sound of the gushing river is music to the ears. Well, this place might be for you. Continue reading

National Museum of the Fine Arts

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I love art in general. However, art that has been part of a country’s history is something worth putting my attention to. It gives me an idea of how its people lived in the past just by looking at them. This is why got really excited when I found out that I would be able to visit and marvel at some of the exhibits of the National Museum of the Philippines.

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Pups & Cups Dog Café Review

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Calling all dog lovers and enthusiasts alike! Not one of them? You are still being called! If you’re looking for a place to ease your hunger, and de-stress at the same time, then this café is for you. Continue reading

YELLOWCARD: THE FINAL WORLD TOUR

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Slow, steady hands, waving their last goodbye (What Appears; 2016)…this has got to be the line from a Yellowcard song  that sums up the feels of their final tour around the world. Continue reading

A Day And A Half in Surigao

 

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I am pretty sure most of you have already heard of that beautiful blue river in the Philippines. A lot of tourists had already dropped by for them to see it with their own eyes. I ,too, got curious about that “enchanting” river. So curious, that it’s included in my bucket list. Continue reading