I'm typing this out from Tanzania, before trying to fall asleep.
It's been a pretty nice day that was spent mostly at the Oldubai Gorge, the site of two extinct rivers where fossils pointing to the beginnings of man were found, and at a Masai village on a windswept plain.
And tonight as well, in Manila, we just finished another successful cultural event organized by Travelife Magazine and its wonderful partners, the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Dusit Thani Manila.
This is the second successful event Travelife Magazine has co–organized this week to promote Czech culture and to bring more wonderful cultural experiences to our dear readers and friends.
Last night we had a full house, also at the Dusit Thani Manila, for the opera recital of the talented Noema Erba.
WE'RE ALL OVER THE WORLD
Meanwhile, many of our Travelife team are all over Asia.
Travelife Creative Director Bryan Arevalo is in Shanghai right now, while Associate Editor Carlo Velasco is in India for a conference.
Our editorial assistant, Jean Mangonon, just returned from Singapore.
Just two weeks ago, too, General Manager Gel Bayona returned from a safari in South Africa's Northern Cape, while managing editor Ceia Ylagan spent several days on a houseboat in Kashmir, India.
And, we have three separate TV and magazine teams flying out again to Japan, Phuket and Africa in a few weeks.
No one travels like us. Or writes like us. And everyone on our team works incredibly hard and really does get to live a Travelife.
That's why we're number one.
Pls pick up the latest issue of Travelife Magazine at the bookstore today.
Good night from amazing Africa, livimg a never-ending, and never–endingly eventful Travelife.