Everyone in #Travelife Magazine really lives a never-ending #Travelife.
Travelife Magazine General Manager Gel Bayona recently spent a long weekend in South Korea. And then she flew back to Manila for a day before getting on another plane -- this time for Coron, Palawan.
Gel, who has been around the world, living a #Travelife, more times than she can count, sent in this update about her recent visit to South Korea:
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ANSWERED PRAYERS AND
A WONDERFUL COINCIDENCE
"In my never ever ending Travelife, Korea was always one of the places on my bucket list for Asia.
"Then, just as I was planning my Travelife for 2015, Rakso Travel suddenly invited me to visit the beautiful Korean island of Jeju. Talk about answered prayers and a wonderful breakthrough here.
Rakso Travel Agency, the pioneer in organised tours to South Korea and a major operator in the travel industry for 17 years, has been heavily promoting Korea.
And the lovely Jeju Island will be of particular interest to Southeast Asians as it's only a three hour direct flight from the Philippines and Hong Kong.
FILIPINOS DON'T NEED A VISA
TO VISIT JEJU ISLAND
"By the way, did you know that Filipinos actually don't need a visa to travel to Jeju island?
Yes, you read right. No visas needed for Filipinos wanting to visit Jeju island.
This makes it way easier to plan a visit, as we all know how troublesome applying for a visa to visit a foreign country can sometimes be.
"Jeju island is the largest island of Korea in its southernmost region.
Luckily, we got there just in time to see Jeju's amazing and colorful version of cherry blossoms -- with canola blossoms to boot.
"Moreover, the spring temperature was ideal for walking -- it wasn't hot but it wasn't freezing either, so we were able to experience the cold weather plus breathtaking landscapes.
"I was totally awed by the beauty of the colors of Jeju, and it certainly was the perfect destination for April in my never-ending #Travelife.