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AUTHOR TRAVELS: THE PHILIPPINES – Inspire tourism “on the road”, with creative spaces by local artists

To be creative traveler: Philippines art You can call it whatever you want – the productive capacity of the imagination, creative talent or inventiveness – yet, in any continent, creativity has the same ability to take root, grow, mature and define the identifying profile of an entire human community. This is also, what happens in the Philippines https://guidetothephilippines.ph/articles/ultimate-guides/travel-guide-philippines, where by …

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PHILIPPINES: ONE COUNTRY, ONE SPIRIT – Where a motto it is embodying a set of common core values

Where you find humane, nature lover and nationalistic people Located about 195 miles south of Manila, Boracay https://guidetothephilippines.ph/articles/what-to-experience/boracay-tourist-spots is a small Philippine island in the Visayas region. People go there for the beautiful beaches and water sports, but without giving up the convenience of luxury hotels. Along the west coast, you will find a white beach surrounded by palm trees …

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WHERE SKIN EMITTE A CARAMEL CREATIVITY – You cannot bring a Filipino journey to life, without losing something substantial

Traveling where it pays to be interested in what did not happen The average temperature in the Philippines http://experiencephilippines.org/ is 86degreesF (30degreesC). Being an archipelago, its offers countless adventures to experience and activities to do. Some parts of the country such are warm and comfortable in all seasons and can be visit throughout the year. As different bodies of water …

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POPULIST ART AND MARGINALIZED SOCIETY – Onib Olmedo and his expressionistic figurative paintings

A leading figure in Philippine expressionism Prior to his death, he had received critical acclaim for his work both in his country and abroad. Onib Olmedo http://www.artnet.com/artists/onib-olmedo/ died in 1996, when he was only 59 years old, but his impact in the art scene continues to be felt on his country. As evidenced by a whole new generation of artists …

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WHERE ASIA WEARS A SMILE – It is time to fall in love with an author’s trip to the Philippines

The great archipelago where it grow creativity  You could try the experience of sleeping one night in the Sahara desert, or cross the endless roads of Iceland by motorcycle. The itinerary we offer you is built through meetings with creative people from the Philippines https://www.adventureinyou.com/philippines/complete-travel-guide/, an opportunity that we want to share with you, associating the memory of places with …

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BETWEEN COCKFIGHTS, OLD CATHEDRALS AND SWAMING CHILDRENS – Felix Laureano: Photograph, to depict the lives of Filipinos who lived and worked in Iloilo

The first Filipino artist to use photography as a medium for art The colonial influence of American culture has created an imprint in performing arts and film sectors and scenes. Iloilo is know as Festivals’s Capital, with cultural identity also influenced by the Hispanic culture. Do not forget eating bowl of La Paz Batchoy, a delicacy that originated from the …

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FASHION’S VISION TO CREATE PIECES WITH GLOBAL RELEVANCE – Sassa Jimenez: Styles polished and sleek, with a 1940s look

Designing outfits that can be worn by anyone Now, Filipinos conform their way of dressing looking what is shown by the media, but their  clothing style have been influenced by their ancestors and Spanish colonizers, but jeans and T-shirts combination was introduced by the Americans. Before the Spanish colonized the islands, ethnic clothing was worn by the members of different …

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THE WOMAN WHO HAD TWO NAVELS – Novel by Nick Joaquin

While you write 25 years old, salesman Due to the Amaryllis plants, once abundant in this district of Manila, the city of Paco was know as Dilao. Start the day with a Tai Chi lesson at Rizal Park https://www.lonelyplanet.com/philippines/manila/attractions/rizal-park/a/poi-sig/391109/357305. You can continue your morning with a visit to the Pambata Museum, but when you are hungry, you can enjoy a …

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THE SINGERS’S SINGER – Jed Madela, a voice that is, once heard, never forgotten

Interpreting songs in international tilts, where to emerge as winner The annual Dinagyang Festival https://www.exploreiloilo.com/do/info/dinagyang-festival/, exquisite heritage sites, deliciously fresh seafood, and signature dishes waiting you. Iloilo, Queen City of the South, is the heart of the Philippines, because its people is connect to city’s past. You too can arrive here, looking for nightlife and a side trip to Guimaras …

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NOT A PLACE, BUT A NEW WAY OF SEEING THINGS – From Banang until Parañaque, to bring power and love back into your life.

Peaceful country will easily make you feel at home. “I read; I travel; I become.” With this Derek Walcott words, wherever you go, The Philippine they becomes a part of you somehow. Is an archipelago bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east the Bashi Channel, to the north the Sulu and the Celebes Seas to the south. Travel to …

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