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It's not easy, but it's worth it.
We know studying abroad and eventually getting to live and work in a totally new place is ~the dream~. Many students, however, don't really know what the process is really like or where to start. Thankfully, this Pinay started a YouTube channel dedicated to sharing ...
 
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Perfect for a relaxing afternoon getaway!
There’s a “rabbit hole” in Antipolo and it leads to every aesthetic-obsessed foodie’s own personal wonderland. Located 76 steps below events venue Antipolo Beehouse, the Burrow Cafe is an underground escape built amongst the refreshing sights and sounds of nature.The brainchild of Vitty ...
A Short Escape Sep 19, 2020
 
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But non-essential travel from Metro Manila to the province is still prohibited.
Most art hubs—like theaters and museums—in Metro Manila and nearby areas have been closed since community quarantine started in March. This forced most of them to come up with the most innovative ways to bring art to our laptop screens by staging ...
Vitamin Sea Aug 26, 2020
 
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It has everything every Starbucks lover could dream of.
Attention, coffee lovers! If you’re planning a trip to South Korea in the future, we suggest you add the province of Gyeonggi to your list. Why? It’s now home to the largest Starbucks in the country!Located in Yangpyeong County near the Namhan ...
 
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Boracay's back on the list, too!
Travel + Leisure's survey respondents gave Palawan a score of 94.83. One fan even said: "The landscape and scenery are just gorgeous. It offers the most beautiful beaches, resorts, and scenery anywhere." Sara Clemence, a contributor for the travel magazine, wrote: "It’s ...
 
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Try something new without leaving the Philippines!
While travel plans have been put on hold for most of us, many have taken to virtual tours of museums and watching docus to learn about other cultures while in quarantine.We sometimes forget though that another way (and perhaps one of the best ways!) ...
 
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A European summer is in order.
Safety has always been the top concern for travelers. In today's world, however, that means much more than pickpocketing and other petty crimes. Now, it means following the World Health Organization's recommendations and checking out the protocols in place in a post-coronavirus ...
 
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You may have to shelve your Japan travel plans for a little while longer.
Is Japan first on your bucket list once air travel resumes normal operations? Sorry to burst your bubble, but it looks like you'll have to put that dream on hold for now. Japan has extended their entry ban to 11 more countries—including ...
 
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The country has allocated a budget of $12.5 billion to revive its tourism sector.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shake the entire world, travel has been mandatorily put on pause. But as countries slowly reopen their cities and hold on to the hope of recovering, Japan is making a move in an effort to breathe new life ...
 
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Live vicariously through their vlogs.
In one way or another, a lot of us have been influenced by Hallyu, aka the Korean wave. Plenty of us have tried out the 10-step Korean skincare routine out of curiosity. Many of us used to head to K-BBQ places pre-lockdown. ...
 
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For future reference!
Watching K-dramas and seeing all the pretty places they're set in makes you want to visit South Korea even more. From cafes to parks, there are so many places from K-dramas we'd like to add to our travel bucket list.If you’ve been keeping ...
 
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Bookmark for your next travel!
I've been a K-drama fan since 2006 when I first saw Goong or Princess Hours. I don't know what it was that really hooked me in. Was it the riveting plot, the eye-catching style or the talented actors? Perhaps it's all of ...
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