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ATV Ride and Mt Mayon in Bicol, Philippines


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Journalist Anna Taylor-Rox took the adventurous route to seeing the country on her visit with an ATV tour of Mount Mayon. Legazpi airport must have one of the most scenic landing strips in the world. Ten minutes before the plane descended towards the city, just one hour’s flight from the Philippines’ capital Manila, Mt. Mayon…
 

Adventure Islands, The Philippines


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Every island in The Philippines is an adventure in itself, from the mystical island of Siquijor to the volcano island of Camiguin. Family Adventure Project blogger, Kirstie Pelling and her family explored Cebu and Bohol in the Visayas with her family… Roots to the sky A fairytale beanstalk looms above us. Gnarled wood fingers creep…
 

From Volcanoes to local delicacies – adventures in the Philippines


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It’s not everyday one gets the chance to ride in a helicopter.. or even every other day for that matter! Journalist Becki Burrows checked it out for us. We had been booked on a flight with http://www.philjets.com to tour the city and see the Volcano . On the morning of the flight nerves hit me.…
 

Diving in Ticao Island


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Journalist Becki Burrows visited Bicol to find out what the area offers. Where I am sitting now, there are birds softly twittering in the thick green trees that hang down shading my table from the soft warm sunlight above. My first activity on the island would be scuba diving. As a newbie to the sport…
 

Seeing Mount Pinatubo in Style


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Journalist Anna Taylor-Rox takes to the skies in a private helicopter tour to discover the Philippines I arrived in the Philippines’ capital Manila on a sunny August afternoon, and three things instantly hit me – the humid heat, the powerful smell and the precarious ways people travel on public transport. Hanging from buses, sitting on…
 

Getting Active in Apulit Island Resort, El Nido, Philippines


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With an all-singing welcome The Travelling Editor, Dylan Lowe arrived in Apulit Island Resort or “paradise” as the staff insisted in words and alluded with wide beams.  Checking into my water cottage room, suspended over water, I immediately spied a wide-angle panorama of the enclosed bay – luxuriantly spectacular. The stacked ellipses illumed a neon lime-green…
 

Tabon Caves, Palawan, The Philippines


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Time Travel Turtle’s Michael Turtle finds out there is really only one way to get to Tabon Caves. By boat. As the small wooden fishing vessel pushes off from the dock, I look out at the water ahead of us. It’s a deep blue with just a small bit of choppiness from the wind around…
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