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Travel Journal: My Trip to the Philippines By Travel Diary
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This journal is the perfect traveling companion for anyone visiting the Philippines. Plan and record all details of your trip, includes lined and blank pages for writing your diary and sketching,... More > with handy information tailored for travelers. Lists to help you pack, plan and set budgets are included in this journal.< Less
Travel Journal Philippines By E Locken
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Travel Journal Philippines - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Philippines, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
The Philippines Express By Kipa Cathey
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An excerpt short story of 'Hitching Oz', 'The Philippines Express' is a travelogue of a fast and furious adventure of two college friends in their adventure travels on the island of Luzon in the... More > Philippine Islands.< Less
Kids Travel Journal: My Trip to the Philippines By BlueBird Books
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Kids can record their own travel adventures and make a treasured memory book for their trip to the Philippines, with this travel journal. A great diary and travel companion that will increase... More > children’s excitement, this journal offers plenty of writing and drawing space. Helping children become involved in the early planning stages of their trip. This is a great gift for children and a great keepsake for parents.< Less
The Philippines: Dangers and Health Risks By Duncan Alexander McKenzie R.N.
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The Philippines is an island paradise that has proven to be a magnet for tourists. For the majority of tourists their visit to the ‘Pearl of the Orient Sea’ is uneventful and they return... More > with happy memories of a wonderful vacation. There are however, as with anywhere on this planet, dangers lurking. Here in this book the author discusses these dangers so that the traveler may be aware and prepared. The author lived in the Philippines for 2 years. As a Registered Nurse he had the opportunity to research and to study the health and safety issues of the Philippines and here he shares that knowledge. As a tourist one must be alert and prepared to any dangers that may be present. In so doing the reader and tourist, along with their family, will be able to safely avoid or increase there chances of safely managing specific dangers should they arise. The tourist should be aware that specific and potentially deadly illnesses and risks do exist within the Philippines and this book outlines precisely what they are.< Less
A Woman’s Impressions of the Philippines By Mary H. Fee
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On a hot July day the army transport Buford lay at the Folsom Dock, San Francisco, the Stars and Stripes drooping from her stern, her Blue Peter and a cloud of smoke announcing a speedy departure,... More > and a larger United States flag at her fore-mast signifying that she was bound for an American port. I observed these details as I hurried down the dock accompanied by a small negro and a dressing-bag, but I was not at that time sufficiently educated to read them. I thought only that the Buford seemed very large (she is not large, however), that she was beautifully white and clean; and that I was delighted to be going away to foreign lands upon so fine a ship. (Excerpt from the book)< Less
Philippines Survival Handbook By Perry Gamsby
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A comprehensive guide to personal risk management for anyone visiting the Philippines on business, vacation or relocating there permanently. From the minor to the life changing, this guide covers a... More > range of threats and offers insightful, first hand advice that has saved lives and kept people out of jail, hospital or a body bag!< Less
The Philippines: Dangers and Health Risks By Duncan Alexander McKenzie R.N.
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The Philippines is an island paradise. For the majority of tourists their visit to the ‘Pearl of the Orient Sea’ is uneventful and they return with happy memories of a wonderful vacation.... More > There are however, as with anywhere on this planet, dangers lurking. Here in this book I discuss these dangers so that the traveler, while not worrying excessively, may be alert and prepared for these threats. The author lived in the Philippines for 2 wonderful years. As a Registered Nurse he had the opportunity to research the health and safety issues there and now shares that knowledge. As a tourist one must be alert and prepared to any dangers that may be present. In so doing the reader and tourist, along with their family, will be able to safely avoid or increase there chances and of safely managing specific dangers should they arise. The tourist should be aware that specific and potentially deadly illnesses and risks do exist within the Philippines and this book outlines precisely what they are.< Less
Philippines 2014 - Haiyan Relief By Darin Rogers
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A calendar of cultural and travel images from the Philippines dedicated to Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.
Adventures In the Philippine Islands: Illustrated By Paul P. de La Gironière
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Adventures in the Philippine Islands. Translated from the French of Paul P. de La Gironière. On hearing a recital of some adventures which had occurred to me during my long voyages, many of... More > my friends have frequently begged of me to publish a narrative of them, which might perhaps be interesting. M. Alexandre Dumas was publishing, under the title of “The Thousand-and-One Phantoms,” a romance, one of the principal personages of which, in a voyage to the Philippine Islands, must have known me when I was residing at Jala-Jala, in the colony that I founded there. It must be evident that the lively romancist has ranked me in the category of his Thousand-and-One Phantoms; but, to prove to the public that I am really in existence, I have resolved to take up the pen, under an impression, that facts of the most scrupulous veracity, and which can be attested by some hundreds of persons, might possess some interest, and be read without ennui, by those especially who are desirous of learning the customs.< Less