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The Cuban capital celebrates its 500th anniversary this year.
There aren't many places left on Earth that still have an aura of mystery to them. Cuba, though, definitely still has that aura. You might have been to a beach resort on its tourist-centric coasts, but beyond the cigars and the rum ...
 
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When you want to drink your dessert, mix yourself up a vodka, coffee liqueur, and Irish cream cocktail.
A mudslide can present itself in many different ways. It might be swirled with hot fudge in a milkshake glass, with a dollop of whipped cream on the top. It might be strained into a martini glass rimmed with cookie crumbles and ...
 
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New Orleans did the country a solid when it popularized this fruity rum cocktail.
The Hurricane is one of those cocktails that you don't think you'll ever be into. Then one day, you're at a rum bar, probably near the ocean with a sea breeze wafting in, and the mood hits you hard. You order the ...
 
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Introducing an Old Fashioned burger, a Margarita burger, a Martini burger, and more—all delicious.
You never know when a “Eureka!” moment will strike. Archimedes was in his bathtub. Isaac Newton got beaned while sitting under an apple tree. And I was in my kitchen staring glumly at a bowl of ground beef, wondering how to inject ...
 
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Live out your Italian Riviera fantasies in these centuries-old seaside towns.
One of the last places in Earth one would think to end up is on the Ligurian region of Italy, but here the land feels somewhat familiar—sand, the sea and the ever-present sun. And yet Cinque Terre has its own magic that ...
 
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There's way more to this city than the Sydney Opera House. Consider this your guide to some of the best places to eat in Sydney.
Setting foot in Australia is an exciting, befuddling experience, mostly because your brain can’t quite comprehend what it’s taking in. While Sydney is a bustling metropolis, it also has its quiet corners—rows upon rows of colourful Victorian houses line the streets, and ...
 
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Rest, recharge, and enjoy that view.
The wet season is here, as officially announced by our beloved PAG-ASA (Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.) And while the season’s rains are a welcome change from the recent summer heat wave, they unfortunately still cause albeit a different kind ...
 
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And lots of food, but we couldn't find a way to alliterate that in.
Ah, Bangkok. The land of pad thai and night markets, of lovely temples and ladyboys, of bargain shopping and backpacker dives. If you’ve only got one weekend to spend in this bustling, exciting, incredibly intoxicating Asian metropolis, that’s a veritable shame, but ...
 
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The proud city of Istanbul is a place of history and myth, of ancient wonders and merging cultures.
At the mouth of the Bosphorus, where the Black Sea meets the Aegean, stands the proud city of Istanbul. It is a place of history and myth, of ancient wonders and merging cultures. Here, a history pulses through the veins of this ...
 
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There's way more to Sapporo than beer.
Who doesn't love traveling to Japan? Once shrouded in mystery and difficult to get into, the doors have now been opened to us Pinoys to find our way there.Of course, the natural choice is to head to where all the action is: ...
 
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With a story around every corner, Kyoto needs to be lived through in real time, beyond the view from your camera lens.
April is fast approaching and cherry blossoms will soon be in bloom. Now is the best time of the year to visit the ancient city of Kyoto, a historic place that connects the present to the past and brings you the best ...
 
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There's a lot more to Seoul than K-dramas and kimchi.
Today, Seoul has captured the attention of the world with its tech innovations, dreamy Koreanovelas and catchy K-Pop Music. But there's more to the South's capital than the entertainment it brings to the world. The city has a rich history—both ancient and modern—that deserves ...
 
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Make the most out of 48 hours in the city.
Surrounded by mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is a place where you can ski in the morning and head to the beach right after. It's also regarded as one of the best cities in the world to live in. Even when the rest ...
 
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A weekend in this tranquil city is the perfect solution to burnout.
A weekend in Dunedin is the perfect antidote to burnout, especially if you’ve grown weary of Manila’s chaos, traffic, and pollution. Nestled between the hills and the sea, and filled with quaint structures from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, Dunedin often feels ...
 
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Camping on the beach and appreciating fine art in just one weekend? Yes, please.
The town of San Antonio, Zambales has been on the radar for its lovely beaches, surreal coves, and Casa San Miguel, a haven for the arts. So if your ideal weekend is camping like Robinson Crusoe for one night and then staying ...
 
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This popular tourist destination still has a few hidden treasures waiting to be discovered.
As a travel vlogger and foodie, Mikael Daez likes to go off the beaten track. “It’s not like I’m averse to tourist areas, it’s just that when I’m there on my own, my priority is to feel the beat of the city ...
 
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A look at an underrated neighboring destination.
There are many places in Penang where you can look to your left and see shopkeepers peeking out of their generations-old shophouses, and then look right to see large, airconditioned malls housing international luxury brands. The city of George Town, the capital ...
 
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Here's a nature- and adventure-packed guide to conquering Queenstown in 48 hours.
Queenstown is best known as the adventure capital of the world, and for good reason. Situated on the pristine shores of Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by soaring mountains like The Remarkables, Cecil Peak, Walter Peak, and Ben Lomond, this resort town offers ...
 
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Matcha green tea powder pairs perfectly with coconut vodka and heavy cream.
The Matriarch is a cocktail crafted by Kaitlyn Stewart, World Class's best bartender in the world of 2017. It got her past the first round of competition, and it's completely original. In honor of the strong women in her family, spearheaded by her grandmother, ...
 
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Where to drink in Manila.
Our bar scene experienced a rebirth some time in the last five years. As a consequence, our weeknights and weekends have been reduced to breathlessly keeping up, always in pursuit of “that hot new bar.” More than speakeasies being all the rage, ...
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