Postcard from Georgia

Postcard from Georgia

Text and Photos by ANN MAUREEN CRUZ IT WAS SUMMER TIME last year when my friend Monique invites me on a trip to Georgia. This country was first introduced to me as I wasn’t even sure whether it’s part of Europe or Asia or at least mistaken it for the U.S. State of the name; I’d come to realize neither were they. So, we booked […]

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A Taste of France in Montreal

A Taste of France in Montreal

Considered as the cultural capital of Canada, this French-speaking city is a cosmopolitan celebration of Québécois style Text by DR. JUN RUIZ MONTREAL IS CANADA’S second largest city. Today, its metropolitan area has grown to a population of around 3.5 million inhabitants. About three-fourths are of French descent, another 15 percent have English origins, and the rest represent the other ethnic groups. Montreal is the […]

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The South Island

The South Island

The spectacular Middle Earth of New Zealand A thrill-seeker and outdoor enthusiast will never regret discovering what New Zealand has to offer. Dr. Jun Ruiz, a well-travelled gastroenterologist, writes about how New Zealand’s larger island—with all its stunning mountains, glaciers, and fiords, has got the world in awe. NEW ZEALAND IS A breathtaking and incredibly beautiful country with its majestic snow-capped mountains, pristine lakes, cool […]

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Calauit Safari Park

Calauit Safari Park

A home to Kenya’s wildlife Text by GELYKA RUTH R. DUMARAOS Photos by RAMIR G. CAMBIADO THERE IS MORE TO BUSUANGA Island in Palawan than the island-rich town of Coron. When one’s finished with beach bumming and trekking on stunning rock formations, a perfect way to get closer to nature is by spending a morning in the wild. It is nothing sort of what we […]

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