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Double Tall Skim Catpooccino To Go

Double Tall Skim Catpooccino To Go If you're a coffee lover, maybe you'll want to make a special flight on Japan Airlines to buy "the rarest coffee in the world": civet coffee. But this specialty brew is sold only in business class, to the tune of $600 for 100 grams. You're not going to find this in...

Word for the Travel Wise (10/05/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (10/05/06) Looks like we're a day late and a dollar short of visiting the Sinanggiyaw Festival held in Dumanju, Cebu (Philippines), but with careful planning you should be able to catch this annual event and celebration of planting, harvesting and thanksgiving next year. Sounds like a...

Next Stellar Stop - Bohol, Philippines

Next Stellar Stop - Bohol, Philippines Bohol is a place of unusual familiarity for me. Almost all my Pinoy and Pinay friends speak highly of the island if not above some of the other thousand islands. And I know one day I'll be able to walk the lands and sail the seas with my brethren and sistren from my birth...

Word for the Travel Wise (07/16/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (07/16/06) One of the things I'm looking forward to most after this walk across America ends is going home to a real meal. Not that I haven't been blessed to dine all over the U.S. at some of the smallest, largest, fanciest, or tastiest places known to man, but I just miss a good home...

Word for the Travel Wise (06/01/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (06/01/06) America is one of the biggest melting pots around - hands down. With each turn in most major cities the traveler is bound to find different tastes, smells, and even sounds. While some words in various languages slowly sneak their way into to the average American's vernacular...

Rice Terraces of the Philippines

Rice Terraces of the Philippines Now that I'm back from my last great adventure I've got a number of people not only hounding me to divulge every dirty detail on the events, but they also want to know about my next big trip. My friends and family knowing me far too well and figured I must have something up...

Word for the Travel Wise (03/15/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (03/15/06) Ninety-nine bottles of beer on the wall may be the tune in the minds of those eager to participate in St. Patrick's festivities this coming Friday, but the buzzword in Baco, Mindoro Oriental, Philippines is banana's and lots of them. This weekend, March 18-19, 2006 the area...

Word for the Travel Wise (01/23/06)

Word for the Travel Wise (01/23/06) In celebration of my one year anniversary here at Gadling I thought I'd take things back to my roots and the place where my insatiable hunger for travel all started. In a sense I'm treating this a little like my birthday. As you may recall from small previous mention, I was...

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