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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Alfred F. Ocianas
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The glitz of Monaco
WHERE would you like to go when Covid-19 is over?Many of us are dreaming of the day we can go to the nearest shore and relax like we’re holidaying on a beautiful Mediterranean coast.There are not many places in the ...
From 27 days ago
Marseille: Before the age of the mask
ON my recent visit to the south of France, before Europe greatly felt the punch of Covid-19, its rocky coastlines and the sandy beaches were the most spectacular sights I had ever seen.“Bonjour! Could you please take a photo of ...
From 49 days ago
Cannes: Along a coast
JUST three days after returning from a week-long holiday in the south of France, Italy was hit hard by Covid-19. Strict social isolation, lockdown and stay-at-home orders immediately ensued. But the coronavirus spread inadvertently and wreaked havoc in Spain, France ...
From 70 days ago
Gallivanting around Nice
TRAVELLING at a time when the world was just starting to comprehend the seriousness of the coronavirus was daunting. Even at its early stages, it posed a great risk to tourists.Early in the year, I was wary of my imminent ...
From 98 days ago
Capturing colors in Cappadocia
SCROLLING through Instagram at Khaldoun Coffee, Pam mentioned names of those who went skydiving like it was no big deal.Pinky argued it’s worth a two-way ticket, she’d rather fly to Europe.When I reasoned it’s more exhilarating than the hot air ...
From 147 days ago
Oman rustic natural beauty
WE MISSED the exit to Oman while venturing into the unfamiliar and far corners of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Though we left Dubai early, by the time we reached the border, there was already a swell of tourists.Feeling the ...
From 181 days ago
A little peace and quiet in Bratislava
“WHERE is that?”“Is it safe there?”“You might not have given it enough thought.”I could sense my mother’s disapproving tone towards my decision to swing by the little-known city only few people go to. While she was not bothered by my ...
From 265 days ago
Salzburg: Strolling down the City of Mozart
DRAWING strong footfall from tourists, Salzburg is bursting with arts and a heady mix of nature and music.Nestled on the banks of Salzach River, near the border of Germany, the vibrant urban city has rich memories of the past that ...
From 321 days ago
Zermatt - lights, camera, action!
I DROOLED over the charming landscape, turquoise lake water and the unspoilt beauty of Switzerland. With my Swiss Travel Pass, I was quite swept away by its geography.Lying in the shadows of the Alpine peaks is a quiet, sparsely- populated ...
From 420 days ago
Warsaw – in harmony with nature
IN A train, while clutching my backpack like a pillow, I found myself marveling at the mesmerizing landscape of Warsaw under a blanket of fog. A war-torn city in WWII, the often-overlooked European city is in truth, a place of ...
From 455 days ago