There’s a certain magical feeling that comes as the season of Christmas in the Philippines fast approaches. Everyone is looking forward to the season mainly because of the number of non-working holidays, gift-giving sessions, parties, and get-togethers.
Christmas is a beloved holiday widely celebrated around the world. Because of this, there is no single way to celebrate and hold festivities on this very special day.
The saying new year, new you means that you have to stop your corrupt practices—that includes your bad travel habits! Whether you are guilty of these or not, it’s time to get to know these annoying travel habits and avoid them.
When traveling to different countries, one challenge that you might face is having zero knowledge of the language being spoken there. While over 2 billion people speak English, there are non-English-speaking parts of the world.
If you’re like the average Filipino, you most likely have a long bucket list of must-see destinations. Perhaps you dream of hassle-free trips, spending a week or two in the coastal town of Byron Bay in New South Wales, soaking in the sun and sniffing that smell of sea salt in your hair for days.