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Chasing the ghost of explorer David Livingstone in Zambia

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One of Toka Leya Camp's canopied motorboats, used for wildlife viewing. Photos by PAOLO R. REYES

Unlike other remote bush camps in Zambia, safaris at Toka Leya revolve around the river: canoeing excursions; wildlife viewing by motorboat; catch-and-release fishing; as well as bush walks and game drives on open-sided Land Rovers.

Posted: December 13th, 2014 in Headlines,Travel | Read More »

A ‘second home’ in Baguio

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Everybody can feel so at home in Baguio that the thought of actually living there crosses the mind. But it has rarely happened, even if a few friends have done so—finding work, getting married and starting a family in the City of Pines, enjoying year-round cool weather, and eating fresh vegetables and strawberries famously grown […]

Posted: December 13th, 2014 in Headlines,Travel | Read More »

Buffet like no other

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Restaurant manager Tanguy Gras oversees the dishes at an atelier

Spiral, a concept restaurant with 452 indoor and outdoor seating capacity, aims to “bring the authenticity and warmth of the traditional French markets and Asian hawker stalls into a five-star hotel setting.” The dishes are prepared by 60-80 chefs. The result is an astonishing mix of world cuisines a diner would run out of breath just to navigate.

Posted: December 13th, 2014 in Headlines,Travel | Read More »

Spend less with these easy travel hacks

These practical pointers offer bargains and let travelers maximize their time on the road.

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Cream of the crop of camera brands opens store in Makati

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Today, Leica represents the cream of the crop of camera brands. As one friend put it, “It is the Rolls-Royce of cameras.”

Posted: December 13th, 2014 in Travel | Read More »

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