AYALA Land (ALI), together with joint venture partner Sicogon Island Development Corp. (SIDECO), is developing the Sicogon Island Tourism Estate in support of the government’s Western Visayas tourism drive. Continue reading “Ayala Land creates new capacities for Sicogon Island locals”
By Chadner Navarro
WE’VE ALL BEEN THERE: bleary-eyed from a long flight that lands after dark, staring down an even-more-exhausting work trip ahead. Continue reading “The most interesting late-night room service around the world”
IF YOU’RE VISITING Tokyo and looking forward to eating well, chances are you’ve been told not to miss Tsukiji, the oldest and biggest fish market in the world. Continue reading “Visit Tsukiji: a ‘great wonder of the world,’ while you still can”
Text and photos by Brian M. Afuang
FROM SOUTH Korea’s international airport in Incheon, the route to the city of Jeonju, some 200 kilometers away, is a monotonous slog across a landscape defined by sundry shades of grayness. Low buildings of indeterminate style are interspersed with equally nondescript houses. The terrain on either side of gray highways is usually planted to some type of food crop or other — interesting only to people who are interested in food crops.
By Jocelyne Zablit
FOR DECADES, Route 66 captured the imagination of travelers around the world, offering a glimpse of a bygone era of American history, when people hit the road in search of adventure and a better life. Continue reading “Route 66: America’s ‘Mother Road,’ revs back to life”