Archive | June, 2013

Pre-Ski Preparations: The Family Shopping List

Skiing and boarding are awesome…fact. Well, that would be the opinion of people who have tried and loved the sports, anyway. The summer may be in full swing but the winter isn’t too far away and while some may opt to book a late deal, now would be an ideal time to take a look at the French ski holidays available for you and your family, so that you know what sort of price you’re looking at.

Ski in France
Ski in France

Whether you choose to ski in France or elsewhere, what you should be packing to take with you stays pretty much the same, for every member of the family. Unless you know people who ski and board themselves, as a beginner you’ll have no idea of what to shop for prior to your departure, so to make things easier, here’s some of the essentials for you all: Continue Reading

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Serenade the Seas with Royal Caribbean

If you fancy a holiday with a difference, why not try a cruise? With so many fabulous cruise liners on offer and such a spectacular range of itineraries and destinations to visit, a cruise holiday could easily be your holiday of a lifetime.

Serenade the Seas with Royal Caribbean
Serenade the Seas with Royal Caribbean

As cruise operators go, Royal Caribbean International has become one of the most popular operators in the cruise holiday market, and it’s not hard to see why. Take its cruise ship Serenade Of The Seas for instance. One of the best liners on the market, Serenade of the Seas serves up lashings of home comforts and luxurious treats, with designated areas for kids and tots that makes it a fantastic choice for family holidays. Continue Reading

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Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, Resom sign P20-B tourism project

The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) has recently signed a contract with Korean-owned Resom Resort Phils. (Resom) for the development of a P20-billion world-class tourism resort complex in this Freeport.

An aerial view of the station and, to the left, Naval Air Station, Cubi Point. (courtesy of

SBMA chairman and administrator Roberto V. Garcia and Resom chairman Sang So Shin signed the lease development agreements that would pave the way for the construction of this landmark tourism project.

The first phase of the project involves the development of a prime waterfront property previously known as the mini-golf course with a gross area of two hectares and a buildable area of 6,000-square meter (sqm.).

Resom is committed to construct in this area a luxury hotel with around 300 rooms, convention facilities, pool, spa, restaurants and other support facilities. Continue Reading

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