Enriching travel experiences make journeys more meaningful. Fortunately, the trend among travel junkies has evolved from the passé country-ticking to a more matured aspiration of fulfilling a cultured approach. Finding inspiring destinations reflecting one’s personality, preferences and dreams is now key.
A quaint capital brimming with personality, rainy Dublin, Ireland, delivers on diverse nature – from rocky shores to lush parks – remarkable food and drink, inspiring history, to amazingly scenic small-town vibes. You can delve into history by connecting with tales of Vikings and Irish clans at the Museum of History and Archaeology, and then …
Filipino travel bug Al Manlangit tells us about his grueling pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, where he biked the whole 750km route from Pamplona close to the French border. With just a backpack filled with some clothes, a camera, some Granola bars and a bottle of water, he pedaled away and headed to where St. James – one of Christ’s first disciples, was believed to be buried. #illustradomagazine #taasnofilipino
Filipina Engineer Mary Jane Alvero shares her Sri Lankan experience with us and writes an in depth guide on how to get around and what to expect. Formerly known as Ceylon, Sri Lanka is one of the largest tea producers in the world! It is also home to the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage. Find out more on this edition of Pinoy Traveler. #illustradolife #taasnofilipino
Filipino travelers Kylene and Chino Batin take us around breathtaking and mysterious Easter Island, one of the world’s most isolated inhabited islands located in the southeastern Pacific ocean, home of the Rapa Nui and the mysterious Moai statues. #illustradomagazine #taasnofilipino
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