Archive for September, 2010

Postcard Moment:Goa Gajah in Bali, Indonesia

photo by: Prime Sarmiento

The Goa Gajah, better known as Elephant Cave, is located near Ubud, Bali. Ancient sacred site.

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Q & A: Janet De Neefe talks about the Ubud Writers Festival

interview by: Prime Sarmiento

Janet de Neefe is the founder and festival director of the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, an annual literary festival held every October in Bali, Indonesia. (read more here)

Finding the time for travel writing

I love to travel and I love to write about it because it’s the best way for me to communicate what I felt, seen, heard, tasted as a true blue gypsygal. (read more here)

Postcard Moment: Swiss Nostalgia

photo by: Nina Sarmiento

At a farm in Waldi, northeast part of Switzerland

The Albay Experience: Lessons on Climate Change Journalism

text and photos by Prime Sarmiento

How can a disaster-prone province become one of the most liveable areas in the Philippines? (read more here)

Postcard Moment: Greek Ruins

photo By: Nina Sarmiento

Sunset at Cape Sounion - site of the ruins of the ancient Greek temple of Poseidon - god of the sea

Quickie: 48 Hours In…London

text and photos by: Nina Sarmiento

In my previous post, I listed down ways on how to travel less in Europe. One of which is to just roam around and tour the many fab landmarks, museums and galleries which you can visit either for free or for a token fee. (read more here)

Is it safe to travel in the Philippines?

posted by: Prime Sarmiento

“We live in the real world. It is governed by science, physics, laws of nature. There is always, ALWAYS, a non-Voodoo explanation for everything.”
– Adrian Monk in “Monk and the Voodoo Curse”, Monk Season 8, Episode 9

Is it safe to travel in the Philippines? (read more here)