Here’s great news for travelers! Murang Lipad, a division of Triplestar Travel & Tours, announced that it is offering flight reservation assistance to passengers affected by flight cancellations. It services ticket reservation of all major carriers in the Philippines, particularly Tiger Air, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Air Asia and Jetstar.
A new Tiger has arrived – and it brings with it a promise of a great adventure, memorable experiences, and the excitement of a new journey.
With all our 7,107 islands and diverse culture, listing all the things that can be done in the Philippines is like finding a needle in a haystack. So here, for my non-Filipino readers (if there are any), let me give you my version of top 7 things to do when in the Philippines. Party or Beach Bum in Boracay I’d have one of my precious fingers cut if you, by this time, still haven’t heard of this small island off Aklan in Visayas with oh-so fine, white sand great for beach bumming. Yep, Boracay not Bora. The party life here is also craz-eh, if you know what I mean.
I don’t own a gold mine. And with that being said, it’s probably obvious that I work really hard even on the verge of getting sick to earn big―something I can use to help my family, pay the bills, and of course, gratify my own needs and wants which includes traveling. If you have been a regular reader of this blog (oh geez I forgot that I lost all of my previous posts due to my I-deleted-the-database-of-my-site-and-I-did-not-know-it-meant-losing-all-the-contents moment), you should know by now that I am not a fan of any travel packages since I find them way expensive compared to having your own itinerary wherein you know where every cent of your…