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Tourist attractions in Philippines

Tourist attractions in Philippines

2. Banaue rice terraces Rice is the staple food in the Philippines. It is eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner. My favorite was the fried garlic…

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The best of Philippines

The best of Philippines

It’s a big claim I know, but the Philippines really is the best…
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Philippines tourist spots

Philippines tourist spots

Why? The Philippines made the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the autumn when Typhoon Yolanda – one of the biggest storms in history –…

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Philippine tourist attractions

Philippine tourist attractions

Ever been to the livable City of Davao? The metropolis is widely renowned for its successful implementation of regulations like the Smoking Ban…

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Tourist spots in the Philippines

Tourist spots in the Philippines

Most of us want to live in a city where we can grow and live a life. A city where there are beautiful parks, good people, plenty of places to…

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Philippines best tourist destinations

Philippines best tourist destinations

We all know travel is best when you have some kind of insiders tips about what to see, do, eat, and what to avoid, as well. Because I am a Filipino…

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Manila Travel advice

Manila Travel advice

There is extreme risk to your security throughout central and western Mindanao, including in the provinces of Sarangani, South Cotabato, North…

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Tourist visa to Canada from Philippines

Tourist visa to Canada from Philippines

Canada Visa Application Centres have been established to provide administrative support to its clients for the successful submission of applications…

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Famous tourist spots in the Philippines

Famous tourist spots in the Philippines

The most famous and major tourist magnet in Vigan, Calle Crisologo is full of Spanish-styled houses that gives people of this generation a glimpse…

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Philippines tourist places

Philippines tourist places

A visit to the Crisologo St region of this town is like a step back to colonial times. Horses pull carts along cobblestone streets, and dark-wood…

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