Cebu Pacific offers Xie Sale

In line with the celebration of Chinese New Year 2014, Philippines largest budget carrier Cebu Pacific, opens another seat sale for Filipino travel enthusiast.

Dubbed as Xie Sale (a game play of chinese word Xie Xie which means Thank You in English), Cebu Pacific offers 8Php base fare to all local destinations and 88Php base fare to all of its international destinations.


Seat sale will be running from January 30, 2014 – February 1, 2014 or until seats last. Travel period for Philippine destinations will be from June 1 – November 30, 2014, with additional flights of Davao – Dipolog (June 1 – 15, 2014) and Cebu – Coron(Busuanga); Iloilo to General Santos and Puerto Princesa; Davao to Puerto Princesa (June 1 – 30, 2014). On the other hand travel period for all International flights (including Tokyo and Nagoya)  will be from March 15 – September 30, 2014.

To book just go to their website . Enjoy travelling, and continue exploring our country, cause Its More Fun In The Philippines.

Puerto Prinsesa adventure

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMe and my high school best buddies were used to going on an out of town (even out of country) travel at least once a year. The past travels has brought us to different ASEAN countries like Thailand, Hongkong and Macau which were all very memorable.

This year, since our barkada celebrated the oneness of 2 of our closest friends we decided to travel with them to Palawan. This is our first time to travel to Palawan so we expect it to be an adventure. And I wasn’t wrong, it was indeed an adventure for them and for me especially.

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Pinoy’s funny way of weathering a storm

*Disclaimer: Nite Writer do not claim rights to the pictures below. These were all taken from Twitter and Facebook, credits are given to the rightful owners.

Known as one of the happiest people in the world, it is really innate to Filipinos to find joy and poke fun in any circumstances we’re in. We can always find time to transform a bad situation into a funny one to make it lighter and easier to course through.

In the past 3 days, Metro Manila and nearby CALABARZON provinces were badly hit by Habagat or the Southwest monsoon enhanced by tropical storm Maring. Many parts of the Metro were again submerged into waters, with the Province of Cavite, Laguna and Bataan being badly affected. But as they say no Habagat or any storm can kill Filipinos’ spirit because we are water proof.


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Lens Talk in Boracay Island

Amazing, Awesome, Magnificent, Mesmerizing, Captivating, Enchanting, Lovely; those are just few adjectives to describe this beautiful island which captured not only the Philippines’ but World’s view.

Situated in the town of Malay, Aklan province in Western Visayas, Boracay Island is indeed a paradise every Filipino should see. Boracay can be reached through Kalibo Airport then bus ride to Caticlan port and lastly a boat ride to the island or via Caticlan Airport and then boat transfer to the island.

With no more words to add, just hear what the lens have to say about this enchanting island.

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2013 Philippine International Pyromusical Competition Winners

pyromusical2013Another year of spectacular light show above the waters of Manila Bay happened at the 4th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition. Held at the Bay Side of SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City, 11 countries again competed this year and showcased their pyromusical expertise from February 16 to March 23, 2013

The 11 countries in competition this year includes Japan, Finland, Taiwan, Spain, United Kingdom, South Korea, Italy, Netherlands, China, Australia, and Canada, with Philippines performing for the closing exhibition.

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Lahar 4×4 Racing More Fun In The Philippines

mtpinatubo1It was an exciting weekend, after 9 months I was back to trekking/mountain climbing again. That weekend trip was a long-time plan, we had the tour purchased last year but since our schedules didn’t jive, it took several months before we came up with the tour date. And on Saturday (March 2, 2013) the date we long waited for happened, a trip to Mt. Pinatubo.

Mt. Pinatubo is known for its eruption in 1991 which was named as the 2nd largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century. It originally stands 1,745 meters before the eruption and currently measured at 1,486 meters. It is located in Central Luzon bordering the 3 provinces of Zambales, Tarlac and Pampanga.

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DOT unveiled its newest It’s More Fun in the Philippines TV Ad

The Department of Tourism yesterday unveiled its latest TV ad in connection with its banner tourism campaign It’s More Fun in the Philippines.

The TV commercial dubbed as the “Lovers” projects The Philippines as a new major wedding and lover’s haven. Shot at one of the best beaches in the country and the world, Boracay. The latest TV ad shows a romantic couple wherein the man proposes marriage to her girlfriend using colorful boats.

In an interview, DOT Secretary Mon Jimenez said, Philippines has becoming a favorite place for weddings and honeymoons. With our world class beach resorts and hotels, many foreign tourist are enticed to visit the country to personally experience that romantic feeling. That is why this commercial was created, to encourage more more tourist to come over and experience why “Romance is more fun in the Philippines”.

The TV ad is set to be shown in line with the coming Valentine’s season also according to Jimenez.

Our Philippines is moving forward

THE PHILIPPINES MOVES FORWARD (HD) from Francisco “Kit” Reyes on Vimeo.

With the back to back record highs of the Philippine Stock Market, the great economic growth evidenced by good rise in the country’s GDP, the upgrades on credit ratings by several credit rating agencies and increase in tourist arrivals, these are just some facts pointing towards Philippines’ vibrant economy in this coming years. There is no doubt that the Philippines is in the positive zone of growth for this year 2013 and beyond. The “Sick man of Asia” is now cured and is ready to conquer again the Asian or even the World economy as it is then.

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