Philippine Cuisine

Philippine Cuisine

Philippine cuisine is made up of an exotic mix of Malay, Spanish, Chinese and American cuisines with bold combinations of sweet, sour and salty flavours. Dishes range from simple rice based affairs such as salted fish and rice through to highly spiced paellas and…

Get to know Cebu

Get to know Cebu

Known as the Philippines second city – Cebu occupies a great location on the coast. Take a look at the Catholic Basilica of Santo Niño, Magellan’s Cross, and Fort San Pedro – remnants from early Spanish rule of the area and later eat a…

Explore the Capital

Explore the Capital

Manila from the outside is a skyline of vast towers but on the inside it’s made up of shrines, churches, museums, chic restaurants and all night clubs. Take a stroll through China Town and Makati (Old Manila) before heading out of town to visit…

Banaue Rice Terraces

Banaue Rice Terraces

These incredible 2000 year old rice terraces contour the Ifugao mountains. They are rugged and beautiful – escape here for a days hiking and a glimpse into life in the Philippines that has remained the same since pre-Hispanic rule.

Visit Bohol Island

Visit Bohol Island

The very definition of island paradise. Sure there are white sand beaches and perfect waters – but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. You’ll be rewarded the deeper into the island that you get. Trek through lush jungle and explore magnificent rice terraces,…

Best time to visit Philippines

Best time to visit Philippines

The Philippines are hot and humid throughout the year and the weather patterns can be defined as the southwest monsoon from May to October and the northeast monsoon from November to May. This means that for the majority of the country the dry season…

Rwanda Etiquette and Cultural

Rwanda Etiquette and Cultural

Rwanda is generally a very welcoming country, with warm and relaxed people. Greetings are one area that you might find odd – with personal greetings often polite in nature and extensive. Younger people generally greet older people first, while women greet men first. When…

Rwandan cuisine

Rwandan cuisine

Rwandan cuisine depends very much on traditional Rwandan produce such as plantain, pulses, sweet potatoes, cassava and beans. Meat isn’t generally eaten much more often than a couple of times a month, but in cities such as Kigali, brochettes of goat kebab are served…

Kigali

Kigali

The capital is a surprising place. Almost brought to its knees by genocide just a little more than 20 years ago, and now a thriving metropolis of a million people. To learn about the genocide, pay a visit to the Gisozi Genocide memorial and…

Mount Bisoke Rwanda

Mount Bisoke Rwanda

Mount Bisoke is an active volcano found along the border of D.R.Congo and is walkable in around 5 or 6 hours – though it is quite a trek! However, once you’ve reached the top, you’l be rewarded by magnificent vistas of the surrounding countryside…

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