Apr 01, 2020 to Jul 31, 2020
Alta Vista Blog
On February 5, 2019, the vibrant Chinese community in the Philippines will be celebrating the Chinese New Year. People, of Chinese descent or not, are eager to find out about their future forecast according to Chinese horoscope.
New places, different cultures, and strangers everywhere, going on a trip can be scary at times — especially if you’re going alone. Wouldn’t it be nice to get an extra boost of confidence and good luck when you travel? These Chinese good luck charms should do the trick so make sure to bring at least one with you during your trip this Year of the Pig.
It is time to fill your travel planner! Welcome 2019 with a list of new places to visit, gastronomic delights to try, and cultures to explore. Aside from the Instagrammable photos, hitting the road is also good for your mental health. Psychologist Dr. Tamara McClintock Greenberg said that taking a break from the daily demands of life is a great stress buster. Traveling can help you recharge and rejuvenate.
Watching fireworks display on New Year’s Eve is a tradition for households around the world. In the most parts of Asia, fireworks and making noise is a way of scaring away bad spirits that may bring ill luck for the new year. In many western cultures, the spectacular show in the sky is a display of abundance and hope for a fresh start.
If there’s anything that can ruin your holiday vacation that's clogged nose, annoying cough, and flu that will make you want to stay at home instead. This usually happens because of the colder weather in December and exposure to germs and viruses while traveling. Getting sick while out of town ruins the mood of your adventure and hinders you from enjoying activities from the fullest. That’s not the holiday you dreamed of, right?