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7 Sparkling Tips to Turning Your Life Around

We all reach crossroads where we have to decide which direction our life is headed. For some it’s easy; they have clear goals and objectives and they know how to achieve them. I thought I was one of them, until a sudden realization changed my life forever. Against all advice, (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (1) Meet Dutched Pinay Travels

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At Pinay.com we are always fascinated by bloggers and what they have to say. We scour the world to look for interesting Pinays and Pinay-loving bloggers to feature. We want to be inspired and serve as the venue to inspire others. This week starts our new blog series we call (more…)Read More

My Solo Travel Adventure To Kalamansig

It’s 3 p.m. in Kalamansig, a charming little town located in the northeastern part of the province of Sultan Kudarat, and the area is slowly packing its day. The town, I learned, is home to traders—sellers of farm products like copra and palay, fresh seafood like crab, prawns and even (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (12) Meet Two Monkeys Travel

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You can decide to quit your job and just travel. Seriously? Well, the monkeys did it—that’s our Pinay, Kach Mu, and her sweetheart, Jonathan Howe. They call themselves “The Little Brown Monkey” and “The Old White Monkey,” the latter was born in England but spent much of his childhood in Kenya and (more…)Read More

7 Sparkling Tips to Start Your New Year

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Hey, 2015 just called. He’s excited to meet the fabulous new you. He said it’s going to be an exciting and fruitful year filled with love and abundance. But, how do you prepare for your date with 2015? Here are seven get-fabulous tips for the New Year. Tip 1: Be (more…)Read More

Learn Surfing and Reflect on the Waves of Life

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I have started surfing this year. Every weekend, if my schedule permits, I rush out of town to join a surfing camp in Barangay Dahican, a surfing village in Mati City, in the province of Davao Oriental. To get there, I travel for five hours to catch the waves, smell the (more…)Read More

7 Sparkling Tips to Travel With a Toddler

It’s bad enough that you have to endure a long-haul flight with a crick in your neck, seated next to an overweight smelly passenger. Factor in a screaming toddler in the other seat next to you and you have yourself a 14-hour long nightmare. Oh, and the toddler belongs to (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (7) Meet Pinay Traveller

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I guess travelers do find fellow travelers. Our feature blogger, Pinay Traveller, found Pinay.com’s Blog Count series “informative and inspiring” and has reached out to us about what she does. Of course, we found her travel blog fascinating. Pauline, a media practitioner based in Manila, has been chronicling her travels (more…)Read More

Artist’s New Paintings Inspired by Mango

“It looks like a sacred heart,” I said as I took a photograph for facebook. I was in the Philippines, on a bus in Palawan with my partner. It was the late Winter of 2012, and we were en route to Puerto Princesa. We were, as was normal, eating mangos (more…)Read More

She’s in Love With a Frenchman and France

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Lately, the New York Times is on a roll with articles that are extremely critical of the French culture. There was Roger Cohen’s recent article titled “France Decapitated” that criticized the French economy and another by Mark Bittman called “French Food Goes Down” that details the demise of French cuisine. (more…)Read More

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