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Filipinos unite for New7Wonders of Nature national nominee

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By Lynda B. Valencia – Tomorrow, December 13, there will be only 19 days left to vote for the national nominee to represent the Philippines in the global race to choose the official New7Wonders of Nature.

Votes needed! RP nominees to 7 world wonders dropping out of race

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By Mayen Jaymalin – The Philippines’ nominations to the new seven wonders of the world online contest are continually dropping from the top 20 list, the Department of Tourism (DOT) reported yesterday.

Pasig River ferries pull in cost-wary Pinoys in droves

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By Francis Earl A. Cueto – Commuters have taken to the water in their attempt to beat the high cost of moving around in Metro Manila, the National Capital Region. They have turned to the Pasig River ferries that are visibly an alternative to travel by bus, jeepney or train. Read more »

Can’t get your filla of Manila!

BY JIMMY IM – The bustling streets of Manila are famous for their colorful jeepney passenger buses. As I rode along the streets of Manila in a jeepney – WWII-era U.S Army jeeps transformed into colorfully painted commuter buses – it was hard not to notice the banter between Read more »

Philippines looks to develop disputed island

Pagasa Island, Spratly Archipelago, 1998 Photograph by Michael S. Yamashita “Staking a claim, the Philippines built this airfield to carry troops to a speck of land that China, Taiwan, and Vietnam also call their own. The United States pledges not to intervene in the contested Spratlys.” The Associated Press Read more »

Tourists, devotees flock to Bicol for Holy Week

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It has been a week now since the Naga to Manila and returning flights in from Camarines Sur province have been fully-booked for the Holy Week vacation. Local airport authorities confirmed that what used to be an 80-passenger flight on non-peak days has now become a full 118-passenger flight and Read more »

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