Things To Do In Cebu Philippines

With its white sand beaches and stunning dive sites, Cebu City, which has dynamic bars, up-and-coming eateries and countless island-hopping opportunities, is a tourist’s paradise. I’ve put together a fantastic list of things to do in Cebu Philippines, an exciting,...

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Swimming with Giants

I’ve experienced many things during my travels. I’ve snorkeled with black tip sharks, went scuba diving with a wild moray eel, jumped off a 50 ft. cliff… but nothing compares to my recent encounter swimming with giants. While visiting the island of Cebu, Philippines I...

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Snapshot Monday ~ Tumalog Falls

I stumbled on this amazing grotto while visiting the Tumalog Falls in the small city of Oslob located on the island of Cebu in the Philippines. The turquoise green water comes from the mountains that are constantly filtering fresh, crystal clear water into the pool....

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5 Must See Attractions in Australia

Here are my picks for 5 must see attractions in Australia Great Barrier Reef Listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the largest living structures on our planet and can be seen from outer space. To protect the thousands of...

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Snapshot Monday ~ Fishing Villages

In Southeast Asia fishing is a mainstay of life. On many islands that dot the coasts of the region it's the only source of food. While traveling throughout the many islands I make it a point to stop and visit the fishing villages I encounter to get a sense of how...

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Marie Chat’s With Peter Greenberg

I recently sat down with Peter Greenberg, a multiple Emmy-winning investigative reporter, producer and one of America’s most recognized and respected travel news journalists. Also known in his industry as “The Travel Detective,” Peter is the travel editor for CBS News...

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Karimunjawa, Indonesia ~ An Explorer’s Nirvana

I recently traveled to Karimunjawa, Indonesia, also known as Karimun Java, one of the many gorgeous islands of Indonesia. Traveling from Singapore on Garuda Indonesia, I flew into Jakarta with a connecting flight to Semarang, the capitol and largest city in Central...

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The Tranquil Beauty of Sabang, Indonesia

These crystal clear waters can be found off the shores of Sabang which is a municipality consisting of a main island and various smaller islands off the northern tip of Sumatra. The Islands are located off of Aceh, Indonesia and are a haven for scuba and snorkeling...

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Snapshot Monday ~ Iguazu Falls

This amazing waterfall lies on the boarder of Argentina and Brazil. Located in the Iguazu National Park the Iguazu Falls (also known as the Devil’s Throat) is one of the world’s largest waterfalls. Stretching almost 2,700 meters (2 miles) long and 80 meters (1/2 mile)...

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Snapshot Monday ~ Guan Yin of the South Sea

This amazing 135 meter (441 foot) Golden Jade Guan-yin Buddha sits 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Sanya City in the People’s Republic of China. The bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara statue depicts Guanyin cradling a sutra in her left hand, gesturing the Vitarka Mudra with her...

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Singapore ~ A Traveler’s Haven

Singapore is a melting pot of several Asian countries. Although founded by a Brit in 1819 named Sir Stamford Raffles, it was originally conquered and occupied by the Japanese. She gained her independence in August of 1965 and has been a rising star in the financial...

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5 Amazing Luxury Hotels in New Zealand

New Zealand is an adventurer’s paradise. Home to unspoiled landscapes and world-class wine travelers can find a plethora of activities to enjoy in this opulent wonderland. Once believed to be for the explorer only, luxury vacations in New Zealand are fast becoming the...

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Snapshot Monday ~ Mekong River, Cambodia

The name Mekong means "mother of waters", a name of actual significance for the people who survive at the water’s edge in Cambodia. Their lives rotate around agriculture and fishing and to them the river is literally life and death. The Mekong River is home for...

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5 Amazing, Remote Get-A-Ways

Between social media, texting, and instant messaging it’s virtually impossible not to be everywhere at anytime. But is it possible to be disconnected; to literally get away from it all? Thankfully it is. SeriouslyTravel has compiled a list of remote island get-a-ways where a busy life style is forgotten and complete relaxation is blissfully a way of life.

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