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It's currently on sale, mind you.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil's sizzling capital city, seems to be the destination du jour these days (FYI, Filipinos don't need visas to fly over), and real-life queen Pia Wurtzbach is only solidifying its must-see status. Forget Carnival, because the real party is
The Amazon is currently burning at the highest recorded rate since 2013.
Fire season has officially begun for the Amazon Rainforest. This is said to typically occur from July to September because of the dry season, and usually stops by November. However, nothing seems ordinary about the forest fire this year, and the rate
Christ the Redeemer 2.0? They've got ya.
If you've always wanted to jet over to Brazil, we'll let you in on a li'l secret: you can find a piece of Rio de Janeiro over at San Jose, Tarlac! No need for plane rides here.At the Monestario de Tarlac, a