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“The two thousand years old Rice Terraces in Banaue (Philippines) are often referred as the 8th wonder of the world.…”
Maria saved to Beautiful World
Manila,Philippines Add 1000 more cars to this picture, smog, and cardboard box house and it would look real.
Good Grief! These islands, they are magical. It's almost hard to have a weekend in the city knowing how much beauty and adventure is just a few hours out. (But we all know how much I love our big city , she's a gem.) I love how colorful the culture and life is in The Philippines. You can't walk dow
A Momma Abroad saved to Abode
Backpack With Me is a Travel Blog aimed to inspire wanderlust through colorful photography, travel tips, and my personal experiences from three years on the road.
Marija Musa saved to Summer wallpaper
Banaue, Philippines. Click on the image to see the 10 most beautiful towns in the Philippines at TheCultureTrip.com. (Image via stunning-places.blogspot.com)
Tasteful Traveler saved to Philippines
Bonifacio Global City also known as BGC, Global City, or The Fort is a financial district in Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located 11 km south-east of the center of Manila in Makati. The district experienced commercial growth following the sale of military land by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority. The entire district used to be the part of the main Philippine Army camp. You can buy my postcards in here or buy me a coffee! Photo by Girl Travel Factor
Mohammad Kamjou saved to Architecture
Vous avez sans doute tous déjà vu ces fameuses photos de lagons turquoises spectaculaires faisant la promotion d’El Nido sur les sites touristiques. La vérité c’est que la plupart de ces lieux paradisiaques ne sont pas situés à El Nido, mais bien sur des îles voisines. Découvrez Big Lagoon, Small La
Domitille ✨💫 saved to Voyage
’s probably not a revelation to tell you that Pinterest skews heavily female. 70% in fact, according to a recent study. But what’s more interesting is that men and women use Pinterest for vastly different reasons and in starkly divergent ways. Women are using Pinterest in a far more inspirational and motivational way than are …
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