Archive - March 2012

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Online Booking for Boracay Trip with Air Asia
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Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal
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Alluring Atlanta: The Southern Gem
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Kilroy’s of Kathmandu Restaurant & Bar, Nepal
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Roaming around Tamil, Nepal

Online Booking for Boracay Trip with Air Asia

Total of the ticket without add-ons


Too good to be true! Yep, that was I thought when I saw some Airlines with a 1 Peso ticket promotion.  Of course there will be hidden charges and other charges that you’ll encounter once you are about to check out and process the payment.  And if ever there are low price tickets, airline staff, their relatives and friends will be ahead of the line and will sell like a hot cake.  So, the passengers who receive the frequent email newsletter don’t have any tickets to avail. Am I talking about Cebu Pacific?  Maybe, maybe not.  I will leave it at that.

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Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal

It was still our second day in Nepal and a local guy who we met while roaming around recommended seeing Durbar Square in Kathmandu.  He volunteered to take us there but we opted to go by ourselves, we just asked the direction.  I can’t recall what streets we passed by to reach Durbar Square, but the important thing is that we found the place.

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Alluring Atlanta: The Southern Gem

Georgia Acquarium

For day-trippers or serious adventure seekers, Atlanta Georgia is the jewel of the south. It’s where CNN and Coca Cola have their headquarters. Atlanta is a mix of a cosmopolitan city with good old Southern hospitality; a combination very charming to tourists. With brilliant weather all year round, in Atlanta it’s a good idea to wear shorts and cover your head with a hat.

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Kilroy’s of Kathmandu Restaurant & Bar, Nepal

I thought of getting a Sim card before we fly in to Lukla Airport and start our Trekking Trip to the Khumbu Region.  The trek is about 8 days so I don’t know if I can last without calling home and checking my emails.  And for safety measure, it is advisable to have a working cell phone just in case you get into some kind of trouble while trekking.  With the Sim Card, I was hoping that it has a data package so I can use my Samsung Galaxy Tab while trekking and can access the internet.  Since this trip happened back in October 2011, I can’t remember if I had a data package or not.  Oh well.

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Roaming around Tamil, Nepal

After the sumptuous breakfast while overlooking Kathmandu Valley from the Shivapuri Heights Cottages terrace, we head out to see the city.  Unfortunately, the driver is not available and so we decided to walk down the hill.  It’s about past nine in the morning so the heat is not too bad and I thought that it would be a nice pre-trekking exercise and a preparation for the grueling one that will happen the next day when we fly in to Lukla (one of the most dangerous airport in the world).

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