• 4 Things Expats Can Do during the Holy Week

    The Philippines is predominantly a Christian country, 90% of the population are believers. Filipinos spend Holy Week reliving the sacrifices and agony of Jesus Christ to save mankind from sin. Most faithful spend their time in prayer, devotion, and quiet time with the Lord Jesus and God.   Holy...
  • Beach Etiquette: 13 Golden Rule for Beachgoers

    Do you practice beach etiquette when you visit the Philippine beaches?   During, the summer the beach is an escape from the sweltering heat that families and friends want to enjoy. However, someone who doesn’t practice beach etiquette takes the fun away.   Do not be that someone who...
  • Pet Lovers’ Guide to Flying with Pets in the Philippines

    Pets are an integral part of the family. And leaving your dog behind for a vacation will make you feel edgy. A lot of negative thoughts spin to your head you can’t seem to enjoy the moment.   The caretaker might do a sloppy job taking care of Fido....
  • Expats Guide: Christmas Traditions in the Philippines

    The Christmas season in the Philippine is one of the longest celebrations in the world. The holiday season starts and ends with the “ber” months from September to December. Disc jockeys play Christmas songs starting on the crack of dawn of September 1. News programs lead a countdown on...
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