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We’re two hours early at the train station, waiting for an eleven-hour hard seat ride from Pingyao to Beijing. My travel partner and ..read more
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Am I really in Zambales? That was the thought that was running through my mind as I wandered across the island of Magalawa—my feet ..read more
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I have previously wondered about the heritage churches in Zambales, or more accurately, the absence of them. I knew that the Spanish ..read more
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Lakad Pilipinas by Lakad Pilipinas - 5M ago
My Zambaleño food experience was always about mangoes, freshly caught tunas, and delectable kakanin rice cakes. But the past Dinamulag ..read more
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The glittering yellows worn by the dancers shimmered, reflecting the hot afternoon sun. Drumbeats rumbled across the asphalt road ..read more
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It’s officially summer in the Philippines! And while going to the beach to cool off is definitely on everyone’s list of things to ..read more
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It’s very easy to change plans without a fixed itinerary and zero sponsors, traveling suddenly begins to be mercurial once again. ..read more
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Lakad Pilipinas by Lakad Pilipinas - 6M ago
From the language alone, we knew that we’re now on a different part of Morocco. From French in Casablanca, Rabat, and Sale, the ..read more
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I cannot remember how Asilah got squeezed in into our itinerary—a benefit of traveling for a long period in Morocco. We were supposed ..read more
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After having an introductory taste of Moroccan food during our four days in Casablanca, we wanted to advance our taste buds to a few more ..read more

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