Thursday, April 24, 2014

How to earn money while at home or travelling

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Sunday, April 13, 2014

How to travel stress-free

Stress is the number one travel fun buster.
Always keep in mind that you are traveling to relax and achieve something great.
Here are some tips to keep your travel stress-free.

Always remember to breathe in and breathe out

Breathing will keep the calm in you.
It will relax your nerves and muscles and will enable you to think clearer.
Avoid stress and exercise your lungs.
Travel and have fun. Breathe!

Drink water

Cool down and drink up.
This simple step is often forgotten when you are on the go.
However, drinking will give you the ease and comfortable feeling that can calm your heart and cool your mind, bringer your temper down.

Focus on the beautiful view

Remember the reason why you are traveling.
Don't let yourself be distracted by an irritating tour buddy or by a disturbing text message or email.
Relax and have fun.

Do not read emails or text messages

As much as possible, cut your contact to your busy life when on a trip.
You are traveling to relax and have fun and not to work on the road.

Prepare... prepare... prepare

Friday, April 11, 2014

Top 5 drinks to boost your energy while traveling

Forget about hang over and tiresome travel adventures.
Always keep this drinks in mind and some must be kept in handy, anytime, anywhere!

Here is the list of must-have drinks when you travel:

5. Coffee

You can always start, end and break the day with COFFEE.
Some places has their own signature coffee, too. So, it is a must-try treat for yourself.

4. Green tea

It was found out that this drink does not only gives you more energy but it also improves your memory and comprehension. Never get lost again! Visit this link for more information about the recent study on the effects of green tea.

3. Monster!!!

Just one of my favorite drinks. Actually, you can substitute any energy drink that you want. This portion wants you to know that you should always keep an energy drink in your bag when you travel. In case, just in case.

2. Buko Juice

This is the ever-delicious, ever-nutritious drink that you shouldn't miss in your adventures!
Try to find this treasure on your next trip.


Keeping a bottle of water in your hand while on a trip is the most essential thing to do.
Never leave your best friend! She will never let you down.
Thirst, injury, dirt, whatever... you can always trust her.

Happy trip! 
Explore while you're young.
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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Fall in love with Philippine waterfalls

Are you excited to spend your summer break on adventures?
Visit these must-see waterfalls in the Philippines!
Explore the road-less-traveled.
Explore while you're young.

Hagimit Falls in Samal Island, Philippines

Photo credits to ka_kiko2

For adventurous folks who wants to visit this enchanted falls, you may contact this Hagimit Facebook account.

Balagbag Falls in Real, Quezon Province

Photo credits to Merl Fernandez

If you have a happy feet, feel free to visit this Facebook site for more information and pictures about Balagbag falls.

Panas Falls in New Corella, Davao del Norte, Philippines

Photo credits to Flicker

Panas actually means "erase" in Hiligaynon, one of the languages used in Davao. To know more about Panas Falls, bring your clicky fingers to visit this link.

Inambakan Falls in Ginatilan, Cebu, Philippines

Photo credits to Karen Dagoy

Ready to go backpacking and dive in Inambakan? Learn more about Inambakan falls by visiting this link.

Asik-Asik Falls in Alamada,North Cotabato,Philippines

Photo credits to

This newly discovered magical falls look tantalizing. Its verdant background makes the falls extraordinary. To know more about Asik-asik falls, visit this link.

Please share this site if it made you want to dive in these falls. :)

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Cebu Pacific's Summer Promo Fare

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Virgin Summer Destinations in the Philippines

Are your looking for a true summer adventure?
Pure beaching?
Affordable vacation?

The list below will introduce you to some virgin or semi-virgin beaches in the Province of Antique, Philippines.

1. Mararison,(Malalison) Culasi, Antique

Never heard about Mararison?


This adventure will never fail your craving for beach bumming, serenity and virginity of the island.

How to get there:

From Iloilo City, ride a bus or van going to Culasi, Antique. The terminal for Antique-bound PUVs are located in Molo, Iloilo City.

Upon arrival at Culasi town , proceed to the Municipal Tourism Office to get a safe conduct pass, pay the fees required and arrange for your boat ride going to the island. You can contract boats going to the island right in front of the People’s Park. Make sure to bring your own toiletries and be ready for a camping!

2. Nogas Island, Anini-y, Antique

This marine sanctuary is a natural magnet for seasoned scuba divers who love the underwater wonders that this marine reserve offer. It offers coarse white sands and virgin diving sites. This island is also a great pre-nup location.

How to get there:

From Iloilo City, ride a bus or van going to Anini-y, Antique. The terminal for Antique-bound PUVs are located in Molo, Iloilo City.

Go to Siraan Spring Resort. There is a relaxing hot spring in Siraan (a bonus for you!). From Siraan, ask for a trip to Nogas Island.

3. Seco Island, Tibiao, Antique

Seco means elbow. The name of the island came from its shape which forms like a human elbow.

This pristine island is uninhabited but is available to locals and tourists alike.

Its semi-virgin sands and waters are cool blue and offers a great place for swimming, snorkeling and kite diving!

How to get there:

Charter services are available from tour operators and resorts directly from Boracay.

You may also opt to proceed straight to Tibiao, Antique that is 2 hours ride from Boracay/Caticlan area, 3 hours from Kalibo and 5 hours ride from Iloilo City.