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Essentials you'll need on your next trip to the Land of the Rising Sun.
With the Japanese government relaxing its reins on visa requirements for Filipino tourists and businessmen, it’s imminent that a trip to the East Asian country is in your near future. If you’re looking to avoid overpacking and work on a must-bring list, here ...
 
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Time to use the KonMari method on your suitcase.
One of the greatest pains when it comes to traveling is packing. Filipinos, in general, tend to fill their suitcases with too many clothes, toiletries, and shoes in an attempt to be prepared for any situation.If you correctly trim down the items ...
 
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Know when to tip—and how much—in places like Japan, South Africa, Spain, and beyond.
The long-established 20 percent tipping rule in the U.S. has been going through an existential crisis lately, but the dilemma of how much gratuity to leave—if any at all—is one that has long plagued travelers going abroad.Say you have just enjoyed a delicious meal ...
 
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From trip planning to execution, these are some of the best travel apps available for both Android and iPhone.
Going on trips has become a lot easier with the help of travel apps. In this day and age, technology has become so accessible that there are numerous travel apps in the App Store and on Google Play to choose from. How ...
 
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Your shopping list, sorted.
While certain destinations never fall out of favor with the modern jet-set pack, new must-visit cities pop up every season. One such spot suddenly slipping from in-the-know lips everywhere? Marrakech, the Moroccan city in Northern Africa that’s just claimed a spot on American ...
 
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Earthquake damage can lead to serious secondary disasters if unattended.
In the aftermath of an earthquake, it's perfectly reasonable to feel rattled. You mustn't forget, however, to assess your home to make sure its structural integrity isn't compromised—even if it seemingly made it through unscathed.Town & Country consulted structural engineering expert Emilio ...
 
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Get your go-bag ready, stat!
We've been warned about "The Big One." It's been in the back of everyone's mind, but lately, the increase in earthquakes has been pretty alarming. While we can't keep it from happening, we, at least, need to be prepared for anything, which ...
 
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Ever wondered why the Philippine passport switched from a green color to maroon?
Passports are a way to convey a country’s national identity. In fact, the color of a passport cover is in itself indicative of its origin country’s characteristics. And while each country is given complete freedom in choosing a passport color, the decision ...
 
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Because travel and style have always gone hand in hand.
Luggage has certainly evolved over the years. First, there was the steamer trunk which eventually gave way to the suitcase, all leading to today's smart luggage. Arranged alphabetically from Away to Valextra, these are the top luggage brands that have been trusted ...
 
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Embrace the bustle of the markets before returning to a serene Moroccan retreat
From treasure-packed markets that hum with life to the labyrinthine-like Medina, Marrakech is bursting at the seams with action and energy. This is a city where the present merges with the past, where Europe, Africa, and the Middle East meet. With its ...
 
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The Christina O, once owned by Aristotle Onassis and his wife, is available for charter.
Sun-seeking travelers can channel 1960s glamour and enchantment at sea this summer by chartering one of Valef Yachts’ most legendary liners, the Christina O.In honor of the brand’s 50th anniversary, Valef has announced that the completely refurbished luxury vessel—famously owned by Aristotle Onassis ...
 
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This is what your mom wants to read this year.
Moms: they really do it all. From getting their little ones up in the morning to tucking them in at night, mothers are there every step of the way. This year, skip the Hallmark-style platitudes and thank your mom with a truly ...
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