Travel Finds Stories

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    Rainy Day Travel Necessities

    By Jayme del Rosario on June 9, 2015
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      Summer has inevitably come to an end. The rainy days are here. Finally a relief for the maddening heat, but an end to road trips, hikes, and beach trips! Unless you are, of course, a relentless traveler, not even the rain can push you back. Why travel during the rainy days? 7 letters. OFF-PEAK. That means, everything’s cheaper than usual.

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    Travel Finds Shop Launches Its Affiliate Program

    By Jayme del Rosario on March 11, 2015
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    Hey, there! Summer is here and you need some extra cash to re-fund all the travel finds shopping, airline promo booking, and summer getaways bank account hold-up? Travel Finds Shop is offering you an easy-breezy means to earn some extra travel funds for the season of beaches, outings, and uhm anything-cold-thing binging! HOW TO EARN AS A PARTNER OF TRAVEL FINDS SHOP?

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    How About Your Very Own Trip Manager?

    By Jayme del Rosario on March 10, 2015
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    Sounds appealing, huh? Travel #likeaboss?! Well, that’s exactly what you get when you entrust your next travel destination to the Trip Manager. One of our latest #travelfinds this quarter is the most recent gift to the world of travel. Trip Manager is the one-stop place for domestic and international tours and flights, accommodations, and adventures. This newcomer will surely get you (better

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    Gift Ideas For Your Travel Buddies

    By Andrea Javier on December 17, 2014
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    CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUR TRAVEL BUDDIES Last minute shopping, eh? We know how it feels! With the insanity-triggering metro-wide traffic, gift hunting has been all the more an amazing race! Don’t you worry, we decided to share our  curated gift-idea-for-the-traveler list with you! We’re gift shopping probably buzzer beater, too! Given all the adventures you had together, we’re sure you know

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    Christmas Travel Destination in the Philippines

    By Andrea Javier on December 1, 2014
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      With roughly less than a month to spare, we’ve been seeing sale and bazaars everywhere, houses being decorated with lanterns, Christmas songs being played in the neighborhood, malls being jampacked by people doing their Christmas shopping and of course, the intensified rush hour and aggrandized traffic scenario. It is undeniable that Christmas is really in the air! Filipinos, being

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    Travel Find: Los Arcos de Hermano Resort in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan

    By Jayme del Rosario on October 27, 2014
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    I have long been curious about Bulacan’s fascination (or obsession) with pool resorts. As a kid who grew up in the north, our quick escape will always be a short out-of-town trip to Bulacan. A refreshing day by the pool with the family, a cooler of beer and soda, picnic baskets of packed lunch, and some memories of either drowning or

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    Bambike EcoTours: Bike your way around Manila.

    By Andrea Javier on October 25, 2014
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      Rainy days are over! It’s time to bring out your sunblock, tanktops and sunglasses, call out your friends and get ready to bike around Manila… Yes, bike! Because Bambike has something great to offer those who’d want to see and get to know more about Manila. And they’re giving Travel Finds followers and readers a discount!

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    Oslob Travel Guide

    By Jayme del Rosario on October 20, 2014
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    Oslob, like a thousand other *less* popular places in the Philippines, tucks away from the tourist frenzy, but close enough for the adventurous and the seekers, the divers and the bucket listers. Down the southern tip of the province of Cebu, Oslob is in close proximity to Dumaguete and Siquijor. That just leaves you with more options to choose from and

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    How to Organize Currency Remains from Travels

    By Jayme del Rosario on July 31, 2014
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    A quick, and we should say, brilliant, post-travel hack that can solve your international currency remains conundrum! All travelers have accumulated quite a number of (different faces with all the weirdest head dresses and national costumes parading their) currencies after all those airports and railroads. No budgeting or expense estimation is perfect, so sometimes, we have more saved, and that’s

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    Bantayan Island Travel Guide

    By Jayme del Rosario on June 11, 2014
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    What else to do when in Cebu? Go to Bantayan Island! Bantayan Island is at the west of the northern tip of Cebu. The quickly-getting-discovered paradise is divided into 3 towns: Sta Fe, Bantayan, and Madridejos Towns. It is that nostalgic, small, sleepy escape that the locals said the foreigners were able to roam around it in 3 hours, in

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    Travel Finds Joins 98B’s Saturday Future Market in Escolta

    By Jayme del Rosario on April 29, 2014
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    Escolta is gradually becoming the thing for artists and crafters. Much thanks to 98B‘s efforts to revive what once was a vibrant Escolta Street of the 1900s. Last Saturday, April 26, we were fortunate enough to be chosen to participate in the Saturday Future Market and be in the company of fellow creative entrepreneurs. We sold the handmade line of Travel Finds

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  • Travel Finds: Eco Choices From South Cotabato

    By Jayme del Rosario on April 2, 2014
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    You all know how we aspire to be a “vehicle for discovering young, raw talents and authentically, proudly Filipino products”, yes? To collaborate with not only young, raw talents who make proudly Filipino products, but also an eco-conscious enterprise is truly an additional ladder’s rung towards the realization of our vision. Eco Choices offers really simplistic, hand-made, and most importantly, eco-friendly

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    Pahiyas Festival Travel Guide

    By Jayme del Rosario on March 31, 2014
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      Summer is here! And in summer (as Olaf would sing), it’s time for gluttonic feasts and colorful, vibrant festivals! Try Pahiyas Festival! If you’ve been meaning to finally experience the colors of the wind local houses in Quezon decorated in a major way (think fruits and flowers), save the date! This year’s Pahiyas festival (May 15) falls on a Sunday Thursday so

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    Travel Expo Survival Tips

    By anthony on February 13, 2014
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      This was a travel expo survival guide made for 2014 PTAA Travel Tour Expo. But the tips are gold for all travel expos. Here comes the de-vil!!! (or the savior, depending on how you see it!) The travel expo madness is here again! Before you get all excited to go tomorrow (or the weekend) and daydream about all the places you

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    Valentines Trip: Where to go for Valentines Weekend

    By Jayme del Rosario on February 12, 2014
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    How perfectly timed that Valentines Day falls on a Friday– a great excuse for some quick Valentines weekend trip for couple travelers and those soon-to-be lovers disguised in a group getaway :p. Here are some off the beaten path travel ideas where ambiance will swoon you, your hypothalamus will fire signals endlessly, and that will probably provide a venue to

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