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cooking | PALAWAN ranked 1 of the Top Islands in the World 2015 Condé Nast Traveler

PALAWAN ranked 1 of the Top Islands in the World 2015 Condé Nast Trave...

THE BEAUTY OF PALAWAN WILL LEAVE YOU SPEECHLESS by Sabrina founder Sabrina Iovino is a half German, half Italian and has traveled to more than 50 countries around the globe. She feels weird to write about herself in the third person, so she'll switch now. Phew...much better! Let's restart:Hi, I'm Sab! This is my blog and I write about the things I love, mostly.Condé Nast Traveler ranked Palawan as #1 of the Top Islands in the World. The Huffington Post stated last month that Palawan is the most beautiful Island in the World. What else can I say? If you're looking for paradise you can't miss this place: El Nido at the northern end of Palawan was definitely the most picturesque place I have visited in the Philippines! Beaches, lagoons and an underwater life that will amaze you. The archipelago of El Nido is absolutely stunning! If they ever get 247 electricity and a decent internet connection in Palawan, I'm so gonna move there and never come back. How to get there: There are daily flights from Manila, Cebu or Iloilo to Puerto Princesa. From Puerto Princesa Airport you can catch a minibus to El Nido (5-6 hours). I wrote a detailed blog post about El Nido in Palawan - about things to do and places to stay. If you plan to visit Palawan, you might find this post helpful: Unspoiled Paradise on Earth - The Archipelago of El Nido.Hi, I absolutely agree. I traveled a lot in the past 5 years and saw many beatiful places. But my absolute favorite is El Nido. I learned diving there with 'Submariner' diving center. I can highly recommend Ronny and his diving center and I am looking forward traveling there again in the future. We did stay directly in the main village, but 10 minutes from the cemetery. For the island hopping we rented a private boat from an old man living close to our place. The price was comparable to the official tours, but we started earlier and did not see that many people on the island, so I can recommend that. We got there by van and left El Nido with the boat for Coron where we stayed another few days. From there you can fly to Manila. Thank you for your blog. I have to check it out a bit more. Greetings from Germany TinaHi, yes its beautiful, but remember to check the weather! I have been in the phillipines now for two weeks, and the first five days was a storm, almost like a tyfoon, meaning nothing looked like those perfect pictures you see all the time.... Sure the weather got better, but still i had a lot of rain, both north and south and some islands. I wish i had checked the weather, because once you are stuck on an island in a cheap accomodation its not much fun, cold water, cold rain, nowhere to dry your clothes, nothing to do ( no diving) etc. Also i meet a lot of people who where only here one or two weeks who also had no clue about the weather. Meaning their holiday was one big dissapointment. So yes you can have good weather dec-febr, but if you want to be sure, better come in march to may. Clara Hi, Sabrina! Awesome blog you've got here... 😊 I have just one comment on your 2014 update on getting to El Nido—there are still flights going to El Nido. These are operated solely by Island Transvoyager (ITI) now though, and if you're not booking your stay at any of the El Nido Resorts (Pangulasian, Lagen, Miniloc, and Apulit Islands), it will be very difficult for you to book a flight with the airline. I think the reason for this is that the resorts and the airline have the same owners, or at least they have some sort of partnership. I'm not saying it is impossible, just that ITI is prioritizing customers who are also booked at one of the El Nido Resorts. I just booked our (my husband and myself) stay at Miniloc Island online (, and there you have the option to book your flight Manila-El Nido through them as well but not the option to book just the flight... Btw, it's not our first time to travel to El Nido either. We traveled there back in 2008, but stayed at one of those backpacker resorts in El Nido town. At the time there were still other flights going to El Nido, albeit only ITI offers a direct flight (all the others were via Puerto Princesa). Not wanting to go through the hassle of 2-legged flights, I tried booking at ITI. I had to call them over the phone only to be told the best they could offer was to put us on a waiting list as their priority is on customers already booked at the El Nido Resorts... In short, we ended up taking the two-legged flight via Puerto Princesa anyway (which wasn't a waste as we were also able to visit some of the worthy sites there as well, e.g. Crocodile and Butterfly farms). Well, I hope this post helps anyone out there who may want to visit El Nido 😉 More power to you and your blog! 😊 c.flessen
3,259 views | Jan 13, 2015
cooking | Philippines The Sustainable Path

Philippines The Sustainable Path

Broadcasted on Channel News Asia International, this documentary explores the Philippines as it rises up to the 22nd century challenge of a green and sustainable way of expanding. The Philippines faces an urgent need to become an environmental steward and leading innovator in sustainable solutions. Sustainability, by definition, encompasses different sectors and different industries. Watch as we explore growth industries that incorporate a sustainable outlook in their day- to-day operations. Much like the many different cultures that abound in the Philippines, the country, with over 7,000 islands, is also rich in both natural and man- made wonders. And the world is certainly taking more notice now. Certain industries have taken the spotlight ... tourism... BPOs... Sustainable energy... And they all show much promise and advancement, all good things to pave the way for a renaissance in the Philippines.
3,259 views | Oct 17, 2012
cooking | Top 10 Fascinating Facts About the Philippines

Top 10 Fascinating Facts About the Philippines

Welcome to Top10Archive! The Islands are a beautiful tropical paradise and vacation spot, and in this video, we are going to dive into its beautiful terrain and look at the ten most interesting things you should know about the Philippines. Follow Us on Facebook: https:www.facebook.comtopten.archive Support us by shopping on Amazon! http:tinyurl.comnjwyzzn Check out our website: http:www.top10archive.net10. The Text Capital of the World 9. The Flag 8. Inventions 7. Biggest Shoes 6. Philippine Cuisine 5. Crucifixion Reenactments 4. The Banaue Rice Terraces 3. Matruculan 2. Famous Filipinos 1. Down With PepsiReferences:,3599531 http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiTim_Tebow http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiFlag_of_the_Philippines http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiPhilippine_mythical_creatures http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiBanaue_Rice_Terraces http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiText_messaging#Philippines http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiHoly_Week_in_the_Philippines https:en.wikipedia.orgwikiPhilippine_adobo http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiRoberto_del_Rosario http:www.marikinalife.com200905worlds-largest-shoes.html Photo By: Mike Smith Miguel Lazatin Photo: Erik De Castro ReutersVoice Over Talent: www.Facebook.comdenisonvoiceMusic:
3,259 views | Jan 03, 2015
cooking | Good Morning ASEAN 21 03 2013 part2

Good Morning ASEAN 21 03 2013 part2

3. VIETNAM - BRAZIL TRADE HITS $2 BILLIONSpecial Report(3.23): JP Morgan reviews on economy and politic in VietnamSpecial Report(2.51): DBS economic forecast Philippines
3,259 views | Mar 20, 2013

cooking | BBC Call Center Philippines

BBC Call Center Philippines

More and more companies are outsourcing work to call centres on the other side of the world. The Philippines has recently overtaken India as the country with the most call centre workers - and it has been taking great strides in trying to prove that it is the outsourcing destination of choice. But what makes all this possible is the technology behind the scenes - to enable these centres to not only be cost effective, but also provide a high-quality, reliable service.Kate McGeown reports from Manila.Special report: The Technology of Business
2,783 views | Feb 20, 2013
cooking | Why Outsource To The Philippines? With David Jenyns Chris Ducker

Why Outsource To The Philippines? With David Jenyns Chris Ducker

www.melbourneseoservices.comdvd3Have you thought about outsourcing to the Philippines? If you're smallmedium business owner there's a huge opportunity to build a team in the Philippines and get a competitive advantage over your competition. Discover why David Jenyns and Chris Ducker think it's the biggest opportunity right now!And if you're interested in learning how to start outsourcing, visit: www.melbourneseoservices.comdvd3
2,783 views | Dec 02, 2012
cooking | Filipina, She s Very Pretty

Filipina, She s Very Pretty

Venue: Smoky Mountain Performing Arts Center, North Carolina, USA...July 26, 2012.. Folkmoot Festival Celebrates 29 Years: July 18 – 29, 2012Sining Kumintang ng Batangas Philippines .Folkmoot USA, The State International Festival of North Carolina, is a two-week celebration of the world’s cultural heritage through folk music and dance. Held each summer across the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, Folkmoot features performances, a parade and workshops by up to 350 performers from about ten countries. Performers demonstrate cultural heritage through colorful, authentic and original reproduction costumes, lively dance and traditional music. During its 28-year history, over 200 folk groups from more than 100 countries have shared their heritage and culture at the Folkmoot Festival.Countries invited to perform in the 2012 Festival are: New Zealand, France, Serbia, Belgium, Puerto Rico, Phillipines, Indonesia, Peru and Hawaii, USA . With several events scheduled in and around neighboring Waynesville and Maggie Valley area over the 11 day festival, two events are scheduled in our immediate area: July 24 at 7:30 pm at Swain High School, Bryson City, and July 25 at 7:30 pm at Western Carolina University,
2,783 views | Feb 08, 2015
cooking | Breaking News Philippines Beats Global Stocks

Breaking News Philippines Beats Global Stocks

Truly Rich Club Insider | http:trulyrichclubinsider.comDon't be left behind, the stock market is gaining momentum! Learn how to invest at Truly Rich Club ( The world's biggest equity bull market is propelling Philippine valuations to all-time highs as international investors pile into the country's stocks in an endorsement of President Benigno Aquino's economic policies. Mia Saini reports on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
2,783 views | Mar 06, 2013

cooking | Asia Business Channel The Philippines 3

Asia Business Channel The Philippines 3

Visit - The Philippines 3. Asia Business Channel (ABC) - is an independent production company specialized in producing programs that focus on the economic development as well as the sights and sounds of countries in focus. These special programs are aired on a regular basis on Asia's premiere television network, Channel News Asia.
2,783 views | Dec 20, 2012
cooking | Unprecedented Succes, Philippines on Channel News Asia

Unprecedented Succes, Philippines on Channel News Asia

Property boom in Manila Real Estate Property Boom as discussed by CBRE Philippines' Rick Santos, CEO and Founder on Channel News Asia-business Central Dated Jan 29 2013
2,783 views | Feb 19, 2013
cooking | Why is the Philippines Important?

Why is the Philippines Important?

Martin Gower-Smith talks about doing business in the Philippines at the Explore Asia event, London, 19 March
2,783 views | Apr 10, 2013


Philippines beats Global Stocks by 124%
2,783 views | Feb 21, 2013

cooking | Philippines Updates on John Woods Citi Private Bank

Philippines Updates on John Woods Citi Private Bank

JOHN WOODS OF CITI PRIVATE BANK TELLS US THE TOP THREE SECTORS THAT INVESTORS SHOULD INVEST IN THE FINAL MONTH OF 2012.SHOWS: HONG KONG, CHINA (DECEMBER 4, 2012) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) JOHN WOODS, MD & CHIEF INVESTMENT STRATEGIST, CITI PRIVATE BANK 1. REPORTER OFF CAMERA SAYING: "How do you protect your portfolio in a seasonally volatile month as December? Which top three sectors would you invest in?" 2. JOHN WOODS SAYING: "Well actually December tends to be a period of low liquidity. Obviously as people tend to take risk off the table ahead of the holidays, and for that reason can be subject to some reasonable volatile swings in risk sentiment. We have consistently recommended actually, that clients focus more on fixed income, particularly high-grade credit which tends not to have the same sort of volatility signature as you would get in the equity market. But within equities in general, we retain and maintain our recommendation that clients focus on. I think those sectors which are going to benefit most from the structural shift in Asia, which is a focus more on consumption, domestic demand, and in particular that it is the consumer stables, discretionary services area. Those three sectors will, I think perform the best in these volatile times." 3. REPORTER OFF CAMERA SAYING: "How is your China strategy shifting based on your assumptions of a recovery there?" 4. JOHN WOODS SAYING: "Well look, at the private bank, we're most concerned about this extraordinary run-up of debt that we've seen since the pump priming in 2008. And the consequences of that debt, particularly in the banking system and asset quality, it seems to us that if there is going to be a rebalancing from fixed-asset investment towards private consumption, it's going to take some time. I think that the incumbent government is going to be under some pressure to maintain growth and to that extent, may have to engage in a little more strategic or judicious fixed-asset investment. And to that extent, essentially, issue more debt. So we're a little bit concerned, although obviously noting positively the uptick in economic indicators that we've seen in September and October, and apparently in November if the latest PMI are to believe. So we're watching our position closely but nevertheless retaining some comfort in our underweight equities call, which at least from an A-share perspective, appears to be the correct one." 5. REPORTER OFF CAMERA SAYING: "Indonesia, the Philippines & other countries in Southeast Asia have an ongoing battle with corruption. But these high levels of corruption in these countries do not seem to dent their appeal to investors. How come?" 6. JOHN WOODS SAYING: "Well I would say that corruption is not unique to those markets. Indeed, it's not unique to any market. I think what the market focuses more on is mismanagement, and the fact that the Philippines has been one of the most successful markets in Southeast Asia, if not the world. And indeed, the previous year, Indonesia was the same, suggests that markets are more focused on the underlying profitability and growth dynamics of that space. I think that Southeast Asia has had an outstanding year, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, over the course of this year. I'm not entirely convinced that that will be replicated, because I do expect to see some rotation into North Asia over the course of the next year, particularly as the U.S. growth profile or growth trajectory starts to pickup. But in Southeast Asia, clients have been most rewarded by again, focusing on those all-important consumer sectors which have tended to be a lot more protected and isolated from global volatilities. You know, when you have consumption as a proportion of GDP around 55-65%, the local economies tend to be a lot more protected from export downturns, for example, as a consequence of weaker growth in the Euro zone or America. And for that reason, Southeast Asia has been one of our top picks in terms of geographic asset allocation for Asia."
2,783 views | Mar 01, 2013
cooking | Bloomberg Philippines Investment Grade Raised by Fitch

Bloomberg Philippines Investment Grade Raised by Fitch

Fitch Raises Philippines to Investment GradeBloomberg - Business, Financial & Economic News, Stock Quotes The Philippines has won its first-ever investment grade rating. The move by Fitch should cut borrowing costs and boost cash inflows. The ratings agency raised the nation's long-term foreign currency debt rating to BBB- from BB+.And while that might not sound very impressive, it moves the Philippines at par with India and Turkey, both of which have been investor darlings in recent years.The Philippines can certainly match some of their stats. The economy grew by 6.6% in 2012, driven by its mining, manufacturing, retail and outsourcing industries.
2,783 views | Mar 30, 2013
cooking | Philippines Boracay Best Island in the World 2015

Philippines Boracay Best Island in the World 2015

Boracay Travel + Leisure Magazine's World's Best Island Award 2012 TripAdvisor and National Geographic Society's Best Beach in Asia 2012 Its more fun in the Philippines
2,783 views | Feb 09, 2013
cooking | US, China, Phillipines and Mexico

US, China, Phillipines and Mexico

A look at the economic performances of the US, China, Phillipines and Mexico. James Waterson, World Economics.
2,783 views | Jan 31, 2014


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