Good news, travel bugs! Traveling to the "Land of the Rising Sun" is now made more affordable with the latest international offering from Jetstar Japan. Japan's largest low cost carrier (LCC) has finally come to Manila. They’ve recently announced that they would start offering their low-fare services from three of their Japanese ports (Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya), which will fly direct to and fro Manila. These three Manila routes will begin their operations at NAIA Terminal 1 starting mid-March.
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Friday, January 1, 2016
2015 has been a rollercoaster of emotions: physically, mentally and financially. Nevertheless, I tried for the bad things to never get the best of me. Thankfully, I was still blessed with a few travels this year, some of which have helped rejuvenate my weary soul.
|Siem Reap, Cambodia (May 2015)|
This year, I am grateful for old and new friends who I've met on the road and who've kept me sane. I am thankful for the people who've been around, especially when things got a little too difficult for me to handle.
Saturday, December 19, 2015
This is the latest in a series of guides for cruisers, as today we’re going to talk about what to bring with you. Cruises can be tricky to pack for, depending on what’s included in the price or not. Some liners might include complimentary toiletries in your cabin, while others stock them in the cruise shop, which can get expensive. Now Cruise Deals are offering a great range of offers in this festive period. Here’s some motivation for you to start looking. And as always, if you’re unsure about anything -- just ask your travel agent.
Friday, December 18, 2015
I can't remember the last time I visited an army camp in the Philippines. So it was exciting for me to explore the 33-hectare Camp Peralta in Jamindan, Capiz, which also happens to be the second biggest military reservation in the country.
Saturday, November 28, 2015
Thailand is a haven of spirituality, as well as a place for incredible modern comforts. Moreover, Thailand is one of the most popular destinations for backpackers, students and spiritual enthusiasts alike. It definitely has so much to offer, especially during the summer months. Now, summer is the dry season and is one of the best times to visit. That's why now is the time to get some planning done. Below are some of Thailand’s must-see summer highlights for travellers.