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Nagoya, known today as a powerhouse in manufacturing, dates back to the Edo or Tokugawa Period (1603-1867). The best way experience its history and culture is to explore its historical monuments, and so I went to three of them—to a castle, a shrine, and a temple. Read more…

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Of the many resorts I’ve been to, only few have immensely impressed me. One of them is the luxurious JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa, which unlike many of the resorts I’ve stayed at, beautifully infused the locale into its every aspect. Read more…

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AirAsia X, the long haul low-cost affiliate of the AirAsia Group, has announced that it will fly three times weekly from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Mauritius starting October 4, 2016. This brings us Filipinos, with the help of AirAsia’s network, closer to the island nation. Read more…

AAX Mauritius Launch (1)

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After Tokyo-Narita, the second airport in Japan I’ve been to was Chubu Centrair International Airport, which serves Nagoya. Recently, Jetstar Japan commenced flights between Nagoya and Manila, and so I was given a chance to land, transit, and depart at the said airport. Read more…

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It was our first time in Amsterdam, and so we wanted for a hotel that’s comfortable and close to the action. Fortunately, we got more than we hoped for when we were given a chance to stay at the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel, in its newly-refurbished Piet Boon rooms. Read more…

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Odaiba, which sits on a set of manmade islands eventually joined together, was originally intended to strategically protect Tokyo from sea attacks. Despite the “bubble economy” that slowed down its progress in the 90’s, Tokyo’s futuristic playground rebounded in the recent years to what it is now—a popular shopping and entertainment district and tourist spot. Read more…

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Although I booked tickets for this year’s LaBoracay, I chose not to go because of a trip to Hokkaido, Japan that put a dent on my travel funds. And just so I woudn’t feel too bad for not going, I decided to have a summer staycation at Novotel Manila Araneta Center. Read more…