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  • Portugal: Your Affordable Destination to Luxurious Vacation

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    With the landscape of the Atlantic Ocean, the century-old rustic architectural backdrop and wooden trams are frequent sights in this ancient city of Portugal. Perched on the edge of Europe, the capital city of Lisbon boasts an average of 2,799 hours of sun and earned its nickname as the sunniest city. Portugal’s national drink, ‘porto […]
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    Contrasting Truths Of Faith: Dinagat

    Famished and wet, we trudged our way out of thick rows of passengers disembarking at San Jose port. All coming from Surigao del Norte, we braved ferocious waves, but above all, the thought of being stranded at sea, due to monsoon-led rains. In a silly effort to save pesos, we began tackling the steep incline leading to […]
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    The Best of Both Worlds: A 3-Day Guide When in Bohol

    Mitzi Ilagan | Pinoytrekker.com | Out of the 7,641 (this is the updated count!) islands in the Philippines, you’d probably choose Boracay, Palawan, or Batanes if you’d be given a chance. These are the most famous destinations in the country, for foreign tourists and locals alike. For someone’s who’s had her first out-of-town and airplane ride […]
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  • Club Balai Isabel Aquapark

    Club Balai Isabel Aquapark Prides Itself with the Largest Inflatable Playground in the Philippines

    Your friendly Pinoytrekker got an invite to Club Balai Isabel Aquapark, one of the most famous resort villages in Talisay, Batangas. Luckily, Pinoytrekker said ‘YES!” and got a shot on being one of the first few users of the largest inflatable floating playground in the Philippines. With an area of 5,000 square meters, Club Balai […]
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    Glamping & Healthy Eating at Taal Maranan’s Farmville

    Glamping=glamorous+camping Remember the good ol’ days when we had to log into our Facebook accounts every four hours because we had to harvest apples? The hype from Facebook’s Farmville may have died, but there’s this hidden gem in Batangas which will make it seem like living inside our “farms“. Located in Brgy. Iba, Taal, Batangas […]
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  • Bambanti Festival: Isabela Para Sa Daigdig

    Bambanti Festival : Isabela Para Sa Daigdig

    Irene Tria | PinoyTrekker Tinatayang 50,000 katao ang dumalo sa nakalipas na Bambanti Festival noong nakaraang buwan ng Enero. Ito ang kauna-unahang pagkakataon na makarating ako sa probinsya ng Isabela. Lingid sa aking kaalaman, ang inakalang isang payak na probinsya sa Timog Luzon ay binubuo pala ng 34 munisipyo at 3 lungsod. Tinaguriang “Queen Province […]
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    Where to Find Santorini-Inspired Resorts in the Philippines

    Mitzi Ilagan | Pinoytrekker.com Even before you have thought about going to Santorini, you might have dismissed the idea of doing so because it is in Europe. As most Filipinos see it, it may cost us a lot of money for a trip to that place. But now, there is not only one, but four […]
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  • Establishing A Travel Agency Through a Cash Loan in the Philippines

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    Getting a cash loan in the Philippines could be very good opportunity to start a business, especially which relates to travel. It has become a part of a Millennial’s life (and even a non-Millennial’s) to visit new places, given that many airlines and tour agencies offer affordable rates today. However, if you’re thinking about expanding […]
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