Friday, August 26, 2016

Subic Bay and its new attractions as featured in Travelife Magazine

Subic Bay and its new attractions as featured in Travelife Magazine


Subic Bay and its new attractions as featured in Travelife Magazine

NEW ATTRACTIONS AT SUBIC


This post is about Subic Bay and its new attractions as featured in Travelife Magazine

This issue’s cover was shot in beautiful Subic Bay, a refreshing weekend destination just two hours away from Manila. It was definitely a work shoot, but the team of Travelife Magazine, one of the best travel magazines in Asia, happily spent several relaxing days amidst nature and animals.

Travelife Editorial Assistant PATRICIA CENDANA, who wrote the cover story, and our #Travelife cover model JOANA ZANDRA CARRASCO even got to swim with dolphins. Elsewhere in this issue, nature was all around us as well.

Subic Bay and its new attractions as featured in Travelife Magazine

This issue's cover model
JOANA ZANDRA CARRASCO

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Joana Carrasco

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The Travelife Magazine team behind
Subic Bay and its new attractions:

Photographer
BRYAN AREVALO

Make-up artist and Stylist
ABBY MAGLAYA

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BUCKET LIST DESTINATIONS:HOKKAIDO 


TRAVELIFE Managing Editor Ceia Ylagan waxes rhapsodic about a summer holiday in Hokkaido, currently one of the most popular destinations in Asia. It’s Japan’s last frontier, so many of its attractions center around parks and involve outdoor activities.

Among the highlights of her trip to Hokkaido this time around were a morning walk through the Moerenuma Park designed by the artist Isamu Noguchi followed by an afternoon spent with practically half the population of Sapporo, drinking beer in one big al fresco beer garden in Odori Park right in the heart of the city.

BUCKET LIST DESTINATIONS:ICELAND 




Then we have a story on Iceland, perhaps one of the most dramatic countries on earth and certainly amazing in the summer.

In many places, there is absolutely nothing but nature around, and in such spectacular forms and colors that will literally leave you breathless. I just spent a bit of the summer in Iceland, driving all over the country, with a wonderful group of #Travelife friends and readers, and we had so much fun that we're already planning our next destination.

SWITZERLAND'S MOST FAMOUS HOTELS:THE STORCHEN IN ZURICH



In this issue, I also write about a three-week driving trip through Switzerland with stays in some of the most famous hotels in Switzerland. These included the 650-year-old Storchen Hotel in Zurich, a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts, which is the city's oldest hotel and still very lovely.

It has a wonderful traditional restaurant serving Swiss classics, and I would highly recommend it for an evening of real Swiss food like Zurich-style veal with rosti.

SWITZERLAND'S MOST FAMOUS HOTELS:BEAU RIVAGE PALACE LAUSANNE



We also feature the Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne in this issue, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World and one of the grandest palace hotels in the world.

It also has some of the most beautiful suites in Europe, and -- as an added incentive for foodies - it houses the Anne Sophie Pic Beau Rivage restaurant, a Michelin two-star restaurant considered one of the best dining experiences in Switzerland.

OUR NEW TRAVELIFE COLUMNIST:MICHELLE BARRERA 




Breathless, by the way, is the operative word in a story written by our new Wanderlist columnist, equestrienne and all-around athlete Michelle Barrera about overcoming claustrophobia and a handful of other fears to hold her breath, dive in and discover the marvels of the underwater world in Batangas.

She’s now a certified convert to the pleasures of diving – which has long been on her bucket list. With each issue I'm happy to let you know that we’ll be reading more about Michelle Barrera’s adventures all over the world as she ticks off additional boxes on her list.


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OUR NEW TRAVELIFE COLUMNIST:JEROME MARTIN



Meanwhile, our new foodie columnist Jerome Martin has written so seductively and also so enticingly about his upcoming visit to Guernsey, one of the prettiest places in the world that so few people have heard of, that I am so tempted to add this destination to my own bucket list

Jerome, who spends his days managing money and his nights and holidays trying out new or good restaurants around the world, is taking off for Guernsey on a tiny plane from London soon for a weekend of food and drink.

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EATING IN THE BEST RESTAURANTSIN THE WORLD


Jerome has ticked off almost every top restaurant on the planet and he's often asked to don a tuxedo for some fancy dinner somewhere in the world, but he confesses that his favourite kind of foodie adventure is still the more casual kind -- things like, in his own words, "walking through weekend markets sampling goodies with a fun travel companion on his arm."

Again, get set to read more of his foodtrips in our upcoming issues. I’ve already gotten an earful of the next few places Jerome is writing about, and they’re all guaranteed to make your stomach growl and set your heart a-flutter.

This is our ninth wonderful year as the leading travel & lifestyle publication. In this time, we’ve crisscrossed the earth more times than we can count on some truly exhilarating and inspiring adventures. But the bucket list just keeps getting longer as we continue happily living a never-endingly eventful #Travelife.



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