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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Grace M. Avanzado
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Kolkata: India's City of Joy
Kolkata was one of my destinations for 2019. Who would’ve thought life would change in a matter of months. Now I am deeply saddened by the fact that while battling this worldwide Covid-19 crisis, this city was also badly hit ...
From 269 days ago
Incredible India's Golden Triangle (Part III)
THE largest city and capital of the state of Rajasthan in Northen India, it is often referred to as The Pink City and is in itself a Unesco World Heritage Site. Jaipur got its name from its founder Maharaja Jai ...
From 367 days ago
Incredible India's Golden Triangle (Part II)
A NEW six-lane expressway has cut down travel time to Agra from Delhi in half.It took us just a little over two hours with one rest stop to get there. Since this highway goes only one way, there was hardly ...
From 374 days ago
Incredible India’s Golden Triangle (Part I)
AS WE were getting ready to land in New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, the pilot makes an announcement - casually mentioning that because of pollution levels, the visibility level of the city was quite low.I shake my head and ...
From 381 days ago
Tasmania: the air down there (Part IV)
WE STARTED our last day in Tassie with a visit to the famous Salamanca Market, which was open only on Saturdays. An outdoor market located in the historic Salamanca Place, it is the best place for one to meet local ...
From 416 days ago
Tasmania: the air down there (Part III)
WE WOKE up to a day that had us venturing out into the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area for a couple of short walks that would allow us to experience what it was like to be in its midst, so ...
From 423 days ago
Tasmania: the air down there (Part II)
WE WERE up bright and early the next day for an early drive to the stunning Tasman Peninsula. Our guide took us to various lookout points while taking us on a leisurely walk along the Waterfall Bay Clifftop where one ...
From 444 days ago
Tasmania: the air down there (Part I)
I WILL never forget my first glimpse of Tasmania.I was looking out of the airplane window when its beautiful coastline came into view. Its raw beauty was so stunning, I knew this visit would be one for the books.Hobart – ...
From 451 days ago
Sydney in Spring
MY PLANE landed in Sydney on a crisp clear day, perfect for straight-from-the-airport sightseeing plans.A first-timer in this “Land Down Under”, as our group was led into the pathway of the beautiful Darling Harbour precinct to find our lunch venue, ...
From 465 days ago
A pilgrim’s story in Egypt
AFTER our border crossing from Israel into Egypt, we immediately noticed the change of scenery.The lush vegetation of Israel seemed like a world away. In its place were views of rock mountains, the Red Sea and the desert. The Castle ...
From 542 days ago