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  • The World's Most Scenic Airports: A Ranking to Send Your Wanderlust Soaring

    The World’s Most Scenic Airports: A Ranking to Send Your Wanderlust Soaring

    At this point, we’d probably feel awe gazing upon strip malls and empty parking lots as long as we got to see them from an airplane window again. So we might just burst looking at the spectacular surroundings celebrated by U.K.–based jet-chartering platform PrivateFly in its annual ranking of the world’s most scenic airports. Based on a […] More

  • Dive into the Philippines’ breathtaking and award winning waters

    Dive into the Philippines’ breathtaking and award winning waters

    Discovery Fleet takes you to explore the world’s most famous dive sites Manila, Philippines – The Philippines recently took center stage at the Marine Diving Awards 2020 in Tokyo, winning Best Overseas Diving Award. Readers of Marine Diving Magazine, the leading scuba diving magazine in Japan, cast over 800 of the 3,572 total votes in […] More

  • Cebu coop rolls out 100 modern PUVs

    Cebu coop rolls out 100 modern PUVs

    Cebu coop rolls out People’s Jeep Cebu City, Philippines – The country’s public utility vehicle modernization program got a major boost with the recent roll out 100 units of public utility vehicles (PUVs) by the Cebu People’s Multi-Purpose Cooperative to ply different routes around Metro Cebu. In photo are CPMPC CEO Macario Quevedo (front row, […] More

  • The New OPPO Watch Officially Available on September 18

    The New OPPO Watch Officially Available on September 18

    OPPO’s first smartwatch, stylishly packed with intelligent features for productivity, fitness, and health available in OPPO Concept and Online Stores nationwide MANILA, PHILIPPINES – OPPO, the leading global smart device brand, has officially announced that the latest OPPO Watch 41mm will be available in the Philippines in black for Php12,990. OPPO Watch 41mm OPPO launched […] More

  • Zero interest loans, no collateral, easy terms for distressed tourism businesses

    Zero interest loans, no collateral, easy terms for distressed tourism businesses

    Loan Program for Tourism MSMEs Manila, Philippines – The Department of Tourism (DOT) disclosed on Thursday (Sept. 17) some details of the loan program for tourism MSMEs that is being finalized with the Small Business Corporation (SB Corp) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). Under the Bayanihan to Recover As One Act (Bayanihan […] More

  • Indoor Plants that Purify: Top 5 Houseplants That Can Help You Breathe Better

    Indoor Plants that Purify: Top 5 Houseplants That Can Help You Breathe Better

    Top 5 Best Air Purifying Indoor Plants Freshen up your indoor spaces with purifying indoor plants that remove unwanted toxins and pollutants from the air – and look pretty, too. Some research shows that having houseplants in your home may improve indoor air quality, as they can help clear harmful irritants such as carbon dioxide, […] More

  • Five Travel Essentials That You Must Carry While Travelling

    Five Travel Essentials That You Must Carry While Travelling

    This pandemic may have put the brakes on travel, but this scenario is not forever. Be it for business, personal emergencies or just a simple road trip, travellers are already on the road. I recently did a short road trip too from Bengaluru to Chennai with an e-pass, to be with my parents and although […] More

  • Hawaii Is Reopening! Starting Oct. 15, State Will Admit Tourists with Recent Virus Tests

    Hawaii Is Reopening! Starting Oct. 15, State Will Admit Tourists with Recent Virus Tests

    Perhaps no American state’s economy has been devastated by Covid-19 worse than Hawaii‘s. The state’s isolation determines so much about its health. Nearly all tourists arrive to the islands by air. Unlike places in the contiguous U.S., Hawaii can’t easily transfer patients to neighboring states if the hospitals fill up. That why Hawaii was so […] More

  • The Ultimate Camping in Virginia Guide

    The Ultimate Camping in Virginia Guide

    Virginia encapsulates some of the best landscapes on the East Coast. You can experience the Appalachian Mountains on one side of the state and the glittering Atlantic Ocean on the other! With camping season in full swing, there are a lot of well-known and hidden gems to explore in Virginia. From getting out there and […] More

  • Got a Great Shot of the Empire State Building? You Could Win This Contest

    Got a Great Shot of the Empire State Building? You Could Win This Contest

    Post your perfect shot of the Empire State Building on Instagram and you’ll gain some likes.  But enter that same pic in the iconic New York City skyscraper’s annual photo contest and you could win up to $5,000. Now in its ninth year, the competition gives amateur photographers from across the United States the chance […] More

  • Manage health and life in a smarter way with the SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch3

    Manage health and life in a smarter way with the SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch3

    Travel Gadget: SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch3 Manila, Philippines – Samsung recently introduced the Galaxy Watch3, the brand’s most advanced smartwatch yet. Offering a smarter way of managing life, this smartwatch combines smartphone-level productivity, innovative health, and wellness features, as well as a classic, premium design. Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Mystic Bronze A powerful health and wellness manager […] More

  • Bucket List: Top 15 Best Things To Do In Cairo, Egypt

    Bucket List: Top 15 Best Things To Do In Cairo, Egypt

    Cairo Bucket List: Amazing Places to Visit in Cairo, Egypt When we think of Egypt, we immediately think of the pyramids in Giza—these great pyramids that are the perfect remnants of the past and are sometimes even theorized to be made by aliens. However, aside from learning about the pyramids, what else is there to […] More

  • High-Tech Lenses Let Color-Blind Travelers See Art and Nature in Full Color

    High-Tech Lenses Let Color-Blind Travelers See Art and Nature in Full Color

    September 16, 2020 New England doesn’t hold the patent on fall foliage. Come autumn, many other regions in the U.S. burst into spectacular colors, even though those places don’t get nearly the same amount of attention. So Tennessee got creative—and compassionate. In 2017, the state invested in three viewfinders that would allow color-blind people to […] More

  • Morocco Reopens to Tourists—But Maybe That's Not Such a Good Idea

    Morocco Reopens to Tourists—But Maybe That’s Not Such a Good Idea

    On September 6, Morocco‘s national air carrier, Royal Air Maroc, tweeted that “nationals of visa-exempt countries with an invitation from a Moroccan company or a confirmed hotel reservation can now have access to our flights to Morocco.” The United States is one of about 60 of those “visa-exempt” countries. As long as that hotel reservation is […] More

  • This Las Vegas Casino Is Going Entirely Smoke-Free

    This Las Vegas Casino Is Going Entirely Smoke-Free

    The Las Vegas Strip is getting its first entirely smoke-free casino resort.  MGM Resorts announced this week that the complex housing the Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas hotels will reopen on September 30, following their temporary closure in the spring due to the pandemic.  Among the changes guests can expect: a full ban on […] More

  • The Easiest Countries to Get a Work Visa

    Many countries have changed entry and exit restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visa requirements may change, quarantine measures may be in place, and you may see delays in visa processing. If you’re planning to work abroad, or just spend extended time out of your home country, these are the easiest countries to get a work […] More

  • Air Liners of the 1930s on trading cards

    See the “Air Liners” of the 1930s on These Rare Vintage Trading Cards

    In the 1920s and ’30s, all eyes turned skyward. Aviators were the heroes of the day, courageously testing the elements and wobbly technology alike as they pushed newfangled aircraft to new extremes and navigated from airfield to airfield by sight alone—radar and GPS were years in the future. Yet despite the risks of the nascent […] More

  • 10 of The Best Airbnbs in Rome Your Can Book Right Now

    10 of The Best Airbnbs in Rome Your Can Book Right Now

    Top 10 Airbnb Deals in Rome, Italy Rome, the City of Love, the City of Fountains, the City of Obelisks, the Eternal City, and many terms describe this world’s famous city. It is the most popular city in Italy and one of the most visited cities on the planet. People flock Rome to learn about […] More

  • Best Hiking Backpacks & Daypacks

    The 30 Best Hiking Backpacks & Daypacks for 2020

    Hiking and other forms of outdoor recreation have become increasingly vital to many people’s health (and, if we’re being honest, sanity) in 2020. You can tell from the record-breaking crowds at many of the US National Parks, and even our local Georgia State Parks, this summer. As a result, all the various Facebook Hiking Groups […] More

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    The Perfect Washington National Parks Itinerary

    Welcome to Washington state, the kind of place where we’re so spoiled for choice that any visit will result in multiple heartbreaking decisions. OK yes, I’m being dramatic, but there are so many mountain trails to choose from, it would take months just to scratch the surface. But most of us don’t have months, we […] More

  • How One Business Is Giving Back w/FLYTE

    How One Business Is Giving Back w/FLYTE

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  • Sarangani Bay: A Haven of Marine Mammals

    Sarangani Bay: A Haven of Marine Mammals

    Sarangani, Philippines – Sarangani Bay has proven once again why it is one of the archipelago’s most biodiverse bodies of water, with the frequent sightings of marine mammals as reported in the monthly monitoring by a composite team of provincial and regional environmentalists. Dolphins at Sarangani Bay The monitoring team recently sighted three marine mammal […] More

  • The Feds Want to Raise the Global Entry Fee, So You'd Better Apply Soon

    The Feds Want to Raise the Global Entry Fee, So You’d Better Apply Soon

    Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has signaled an intention to raise rates for its Global Entry program. In a “notice of proposed rulemaking,” which will be open for comment until early November, CBP called for a “harmonization” of fees across Trusted Traveler programs, including Global Entry. But in the final analysis, the agency actually wants to […] More

  • Singapore Food Festival 2020: Bringing peoples together for the love of food and culinary rediscovery

    Singapore Food Festival 2020: Bringing peoples together for the love of food and culinary rediscovery

    Manila, Philippines – For 27 years now, the Singapore Food Festival 2020 (SFF), the Lion City’s much-awaited event that showcases local culinary and F&B talent, has been fueling love for new flavors while unleashing the foodie spirit in everyone. After all, Singapore’s multi-ethnic culture is well represented in its varied and colorful dishes—from Chicken Rice […] More

  • Is Now the Right Time to Buy Holiday Airfare? The Answer is a Qualified Yes

    Is Now the Right Time to Buy Holiday Airfare? The Answer is a Qualified Yes

    If this were a normal year, I’d be penning a post right now about getting ready to scoop up holiday airfares at the end of September or early October. Traditionally, that’s the sweet spot for getting the best deals Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s flights. But nothing is normal about 2020, and the airlines have […] More

  • Most Ikon Pass Skiers Won't Need Advance Reservations This Winter

    Most Ikon Pass Skiers Won’t Need Advance Reservations This Winter

    Most skiers who buy the Ikon Pass for the 2020–21 season won’t need advance reservations to hit the slopes, according to Alterra Mountain Company, which operates the pass.  It’s a different story at the nearly three dozen mountains covered by the Epic Pass from Alterra competitor Vail Resorts. Vail announced in late August that in […] More

  • Chocolate, coffee, tea take centerstage in DOT’s KAIN NA! food festival

    Chocolate, coffee, tea take centerstage in DOT’s KAIN NA! food festival

    MANILA, Philippines – A virtual ceremonial toast with customized wooden chalices marked the official start of the four-day KAIN NA! Food and Travel Festival 2020 ?on Tuesday (Sept. 15)? with chocolate, coffee, and tea taking the spotlight.???? “This year, we have reconfigured KAIN NA! into a virtual event. And in doing so, we are actually […] More

  • Bucket List: Top 15 Best Things to Do in Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Bucket List: Top 15 Best Things to Do in Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Tulsa Bucket List: Amazing Places to Visit in Tulsa, Oklahoma At a certain point in our lives, we would want to break, have fun, and relax in certain places. You must seriously include Tulsa, Oklahoma, on your bucket list. Tulsa is one of the most fascinating places with lots of fun-filled activities that could actually […] More

  • Baguio Will Reopen its Borders to Tourists on September 21 - Here’s A Few Reminders

    Baguio Will Reopen its Borders to Tourists on September 21 – Here’s A Few Reminders

    Baguio eyes September opening of borders to tourists After six months of strict quarantine restrictions, the Summer Capital of the Philippines is finally ready to once again welcome local tourists from La Union, Pangasinan, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte starting September 21. The city’s reopening is part of the ongoing “travel corridor” initiative wherein residents […] More

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    Is Cloudways the Best WordPress Host?

    In this post I’m going to review Cloudways as a WordPress host. This website, as well as our Independent Travel Cats site and Travel Photography Course are powered by WordPress and hosted by Cloudways. As a bit of background, before I became a travel blogger I worked as a software developer building websites, and I […] More

  • New Website Helps You Plan Wildlife Spotting on African Safaris

    New Website Helps You Plan Wildlife Spotting on African Safaris

    Safari-goers who have their hearts set on glimpsing certain animals in Africa have a helpful new online resource.  Tour operator Expert Africa has launched a data-rich website showing your chances of spotting 26 different species in 12 African countries.  Under the site’s wildlife tab, click the link for the animal you’re interested in, and you’ll […] More

  • Return to Tradition with Lung Hin’s Authentic Cuisine

    Return to Tradition with Lung Hin’s Authentic Cuisine

    Manila, Philippines – At a time when new habits are formed and practiced, traditions remain treasured, reflecting the values we hold at our core. Award-winning restaurant Lung Hin continues to celebrate such customs with each dish developed by its culinary team led by Executive Chinese Chef Ken Leung. Pan-fried Minced Pork Chive Dumplings topped with […] More

  • Decorated Elephants parade at Vadakkumnathan Temple Pooram festival

    Vadakkumnathan Temple At Thrissur Pooram In Kerala

    Vadakkumnathan Temple is one of the important and oldest temples of Kerala. It is situated in Thrissur, an important religious town of the state. It is considered to be the first among the 108 Shiva temples established by Parashuram in ancient Kerala The temple is dated to be more than 1000 years old. Vadakkumnathan Temple […] More

  • Bucket List: Top 10 Best Things to do in Pai, Thailand

    Bucket List: Top 10 Best Things to do in Pai, Thailand

    Pai Bucket List: Amazing Places to Visit in Pai, Thailand If you’ve never visited Pai on previous trips to Thailand, you miss out on an amazing destination. This small town is located between Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son and is a destination full of mountains and natural beauty. With the Pai River traveling through […] More

  • Top 10 Best Airbnb in Tokyo, Japan

    Top 10 Best Airbnb in Tokyo, Japan

    Coolest Airbnbs in Tokyo, Japan If you plan for a trip to Tokyo, the first thing you want to make sure of is the accommodation. The Japanese capital is one of the most densely populated cities on the planet, and it may be challenging to find an ideal place to stay while on a trip. […] More

  • Chakras 101: The Crown Chakra

    Chakras 101: The Crown Chakra

    We’ve finally made it to the last post in our chakras series! Today it’s all about the crown chakra! As the final chakra in the system, it has a unique role in human spirituality, connection, and consciousness. If you want to start at the beginning, check out the first post in this series on the […] More

  • Redeeming Choice Privileges Points for a Vancouver Island Family Adventure

    Advertisement: This is a paid partnership with Choice Hotels® Canada. We just came back from a wonderful short getaway on Vancouver Island! It felt amazing to feel the sea breeze, dip our toes in the ocean and explore the island. As part of our paid partnership with Choice Hotels® Canada, we received enough Choice Privileges® […] More

  • Bucket List: Top 15 Best Things to Do in Porto, Portugal

    Bucket List: Top 15 Best Things to Do in Porto, Portugal

    Porto Bucket List: Amazing Places to Visit in Porto, Portugal Porto is probably one of the most fascinating cities that people would like to travel and spend their time. The historic center of Porto, Luiz I Bridge, and Monastery of Serra do Pilar is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thus, adding up to the […] More

  • 10,000 BPO jobs for displaced tourism workers in the Philippines

    10,000 BPO jobs for displaced tourism workers in the Philippines

    Online Tourism Job Fair Manila, Philippines – More than 10,000 jobs in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry would be made available to displaced tourism workers nationwide this month. The Department of Tourism (DOT), in partnership with Concentrix Philippines, on Friday (Sept. 11) made the opportunity possible at the launch of the virtual regional job […] More

  • Home to Go at Summit Hotels

    Home to Go at Summit Hotels

    Manila, Philippines – Now that the tourism industry is slowly restarting and community quarantine regulations have been eased in major cities nationwide, Robinsons Hotels and Resorts (RHR), the hospitality arm of Robinsons Land Corporation, continues to provide safe and healthy accommodation for employees through its Home to Go promo. RHR Summit Hotel For a safer […] More

  • Basic Food Photography Tips for Food Bloggers

    Basic Food Photography Tips for Food Bloggers

    Tips for taking great food photos Many people love food, and more and more foodies are now starting their own food blogs because they think, “Hey, I love food… I know something about it, and I want to share my recipes.” And yet, when you look around – how many food blogs do you see […] More

  • Top 7 Most Beautiful Temples in Bali

    Top 7 Most Beautiful Temples in Bali

    7 Best Temples To Visit In Bali, Indonesia Over the years, worship places became essential for human beings as it brings alluring kind of holiness and peace within the soul. Bali has proven that visiting its temples could take you into the utmost serenity of your whole life. Named as the ‘Island of Gods’, Bali […] More

  • How Walt Disney created his monorail

    The Amazing True Story of the “Highway in the Sky”

    For Walt Disney, Disneyland was as much a showcase of ideas as it was a “family fun park.” When he embarked on his ambitious “Florida Project” in the 1960s, he was absorbed with demonstrating the possibilities of the future. “With Walt Disney World, you know Walt didn’t spend any time on the park,” said past […] More

  • A blurry photo of a museum gallery

    Expert Advice on Visiting Museums During the Pandemic

    In July 2020, the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) polled more than 750 directors and found that 33% felt there was a “significant risk” that their institutions would close permanently. “There’s a large public perception that museums rely on government support, when the reality is they get only a quarter of their funding from the […] More

  • Farewell to New York City's Iconic Century 21 Department Store Chain

    Farewell to New York City’s Iconic Century 21 Department Store Chain

    According to a study by the U.S. Travel Association, shopping was a top reason people took 1.9 billion yearly trips in the United States in 2019—second only to visiting relatives. As the author of Frommer’s EasyGuide to New York City, I’d say that more people come to the New York City to shop than to visit Dad or […] More

  • Ovolo Group introduces Ovolo South Yarra

    Ovolo Group introduces Ovolo South Yarra

    Blending the past, the present, and the progressive in Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Australia – Ovolo Group, is proud to announce that Ovolo South Yarra in Melbourne Australia will open its doors to guests in 1st Quarter 2021. Blending the past, the present, and the progressive and designed as a place where retro-chic and pop-art meet, […] More

  • Saskatchewan Bucket List: Top 4 Best Things To Do In Saskatchewan, Canada

    Saskatchewan Bucket List: Top 4 Best Things To Do In Saskatchewan, Canada

    Popular Activities and Amazing Places to Visit in Saskatchewan, Canada If you’ve been planning for your next vacation, you should consider going to Saskatchewan, Canada. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore a land with the perfect concoction of sand dunes, lakes, forests, and grasslands. This place is for those who are bold, adventurous, and […] More

  • Now You Can Dine on a Sandbar in the Florida Keys During Sunset

    Now You Can Dine on a Sandbar in the Florida Keys During Sunset

    For anybody in search of a dining venue with guaranteed social distancing, a sandbar in the Gulf of Mexico seems like a safe bet.  A luxury resort in the Florida Keys has set up a romantic table for two in that very setting.  The new “Dinner on the Sandbar” experience at Little Palm Island Resort […] More

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