At exactly seven, I heard a knock on my door. A staff informed me my breakfast is ready.
They were punctual, something I did not expect from a fellow Filipino. A day prior to that, a different staff asked me to choose my breakfast from their menu and the time I wanted it served. This must be a little custom at Marygold Beachfront Inn, a midrange beachfront resort in El Nido’s Calle Hama, Brgy Masagana. Continue reading
Did you know that there is a big area in Palawan that is typhoon-free and that could be developed into a food bowl of rice and high-value crops? The harvests could be for export as well as for local consumption. This is the area in southern Palawan, which boasts of 730,000 hectares. Would you believe that by developing the area, it is possible the Philippines could as well forget importing rice from Vietnam and Thailand? Continue reading
PANGASINAN – A group of Filipino fishermen successfully returned from a fishing trip in the disputed Scarborough Shoal on Tuesday, a first since the standoff between the Philippines and China in 2012.
The fishermen were happy and relieved to return to their hometown in Infanta, Pangasinan after fishing in the shoal, which is located near Zambales province and known as Panatag Shoal or Bajo de Masinloc in the Philippines. Continue reading
Three famous tourist destinations in the Philippines were named as some of the world’s best islands, according to an award-winning travel magazine. Continue reading
NEW YORK CITY — International travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler named Boracay the Top Island in the World at an award party held at 1 World Trade Center in New York City.
Zenn Pallugna of the Philippine Department of Tourism in New York accepted the award on behalf of the country. Continue reading
The MoverioBT-300 features Epson’s own cutting edge silicon-based OLED (organic light emitting diode) digital display technology, enabling the device to be the lightest see-through binocular smart glasses on the market, and setting the new standard for augmented reality smart eyewear. Continue reading
Three famous tourist destinations in the country were named as some of the world’s best islands, according to an award-winning travel magazine.
Boracay Island, globally known for its powdery white sand and azure water, topped Condé Nast Traveler’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards. Continue reading
It must have been Mother Nature’s most favored island.
Having been blessed with one of the most enthralling, incredible sceneries in the country, Palawan offers no less than an unparalleled experience and picture perfect images of lush greenery, pristine white sand beaches, virgin forests, and a number of Unesco-declared heritage sites that will surely capture the hearts of anyone who is able to pay a visit in this famed province. Continue reading
CEBU ranked fifth in the list of the world’s best islands, according to the 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards of the international magazine Conde Nast Traveler.
Boracay Island took the first spot after it bumped Palawan Island to the second rank of the world’s 20 best islands. Continue reading