Category Archives: Manila

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Flowboarding’s best riders rush to Manila for the Asia Flow Tour 2015

Since its debut early this year, Flow House Manila has received a lot buzz for introducing an exciting new sport for Pinoy explorers to try. This adventure destination is a pioneer of the hybrid water boardsport that combines the look of surfing, the tricks of skateboarding, the ride of snowboarding, and the boards of wakeboarding.

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Finding Love in Manila: A Sucesos Walking Tours Review

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Sir Camp, telling the stories of Juan Luna’s children

Nariyan ang Inang Bayan; mahalin ninyo siya ng gaya ng nararapat.” (Our motherland is ever present; love her as we should.) Jose Rizal, 1882

How do we express our love for our motherland? Or perhaps the greater question now is: how do we find that love?

Lately, we have all been constant witnesses of that source of love thanks to traveling. We have been discovering more and more places that leave us fond and proud, realizing that we’re living in this land, of all places. Truly, we’re blessed by nature.

But what if you can’t find that love in these places? How do you find it in Manila? The Manila that’s always chaotic and almost has no trace of nature?

We’re proud to say that we have found it, one Saturday afternoon, and we’re sharing the secret to you.

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FlipTrip Journal Hosts Gabby Malvar (Travelife Magazine)

Last Thursday night, FlipTrip.ph hosted a travel writing workshop at Lizzy Latte (Salcedo St., Legazpi Village, Makati) featuring Travelife Magazine Writer and Editor-at-Large, Gabby Malvar. Continue reading

The Pinto Art Gallery is a perfect place for a romantic walk through art appreciation (Photo courtesy of April Cuenca)

10 Cheap Adventures for a Romantic Valentine’s Date

Valentine’s day can be difficult, especially when you’re on a constant  hunt for a half-decent spot for dinner. So instead of calling incessantly on the phone for the perfect resto to just give you two seats for a table by the kitchen, and paying P2,000 to P5,000 on your food, why not have an extraordinary Valentine’s Day by going on an adventure?

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