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The Boss of Kitchens Wows Makati City Biz Folks with Comfort Food

The Boss of Kitchens Wows Makati City Biz Folks with Comfort Food

by Homerun Nievera | Chef Bruce Lim — The Boss of Kitchens — opens a unique style of a restaurant, serving comfort food for the city’s business set. Rustique Restaurant, a collaboration with businessman Tony Boy Cojuangco,  serves comfort food from both Filipino and international faves — tweaked The Boss way, of course. Right in  the heart of Makati’s central business district (820 Arnaiz Avenue),  Rustique Kitchen, carries a relaxing ambience ...

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Top 5 Road Trip Destinations Around the World

Top 5 Road Trip Destinations Around the World

by Amy Williams | As the rainy season is upon us, we thought it would be the perfect time to help you get rid of that ‘rainy day boredom’ and explore some of the best road trip destinations around the world. From Australia to Namibia, these killer road trips make for some pretty good viewing for those who can’t take the time off for an actual getaway. They can also ...

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Top 10 Best Airports in the World

Top 10 Best Airports in the World

by Julia Melko | For travelers weary of long lines at security checkpoints and overpriced fast food, the idea that any airport could be viewed as “best” may seem laughable. However, for travelers lucky enough to have flights that originate or end at any of the airports listed below, the word “best” is totally appropriate. These outstanding airports received the most votes from more than twelve million travelers who participated ...

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Must Travel? Top 10 Cities to Visit in the US

Must Travel? Top 10 Cities to Visit in the US

via Top Tips News | From this Top 10, you will be unveiled of the U.S. cities from the brightest to the most historic in the States. If you plan a trip there, never miss these cities. New York City Among the must-sees in this metropolitan city are the Empire State Building, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park. These places are not new. Once there, taste New York City ...

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Is Air Travel Only for the Rich?

Is Air Travel Only for the Rich?

By RICK SEANEY, CEO of FareCompare | via Good Morning America | Everyone moans about the high price of airline tickets and sometimes they’re very high. Like now, when non-stops between New York and Los Angeles in July are running about $600+, whereas May flights could be had for less than $300. But summertime, like Thanksgiving, is a peak travel season when demand soars and airlines are happy to raise prices, knowing we’ll pay ...

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Healthy Travel Tips for Entrepreneurs

Healthy Travel Tips for Entrepreneurs

by Susan Strayer LaMotte for the National Edition | Another day, another airport. Nashville, Tennessee. Melbourne, Florida. Hartford, Connecticut. Boston, Massachusetts. That was my January. And that’s the life of an entrepreneur. Growing the business means being on the road, but it makes my New Year’s resolutions all that much more difficult. Working out? Sure, totally normal to do squats and burpees in the airport lounge. Eating healthy? No problem. I’ll grab ...

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Filipina International Painter Chiqui Rodriguez Examines Deprivation and Meditation in Solo Series

Filipina International Painter Chiqui Rodriguez Examines Deprivation and Meditation in Solo Series

Filipino fine artist, Chiqui Rodriguez has her major new series entitled SUDDEN FLIGHT, her solo show to be held at the Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences, hosted by Altro Mondo Gallery  till 18 July 2014. The 19 selected paintings from a total of over 100 works that comprise the SUDDEN FLIGHT series, awash in vibrant color, are sure to dazzle visitors to the Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences. Chiqui’s unique approach to blending acrylic ...

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MiG Ayesa and Sophie Sumner Banner a Unique Philippine Travel TV Show

MiG Ayesa and Sophie Sumner Banner a Unique Philippine Travel TV Show

A unique travel and lifestyle series called Phil It Up launches in August with MiG Ayesa and Sophie Sumner as hosts. Phil It Up highlights key destinations in the Philippines through the eyes of a foreigner. The series is hosted by no less than Rock of Ages main man, MiG Ayesa and America’s Next Top Model, British Invasion star Sophie Sumner. The show is targeted for local and international viewers ...

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Business Travel Tips from the Experts

Business Travel Tips from the Experts

by Arianne Cohen  | Bill Walshe Chief executive officer, Viceroy Hotel Group “I leave a suitcase containing a toiletries bag, a change of business clothes, and a set of workout gear at a hotel in each destination I travel to frequently. I arrange it with the concierge, who knows me. Keeping what I need at my destination saves me hours of standing around luggage carousels, as well as trying to cram ...

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The One Thing Richard Branson Surprisingly Can’t Travel Without

The One Thing Richard Branson Surprisingly Can’t Travel Without

by Jason Fell | via Entrepreneur | When traveling for work or for pleasure, what’s the one item you can’t go anywhere without? A good book? Your smartphone or tablet? A pet? Your toothbrush? One entrepreneur who’s always on the move is billionaire Richard Branson. For the founder of the Virgin Group empire, one might think his must-have travel item would be some high-tech gadget to keep his busy schedule ...

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Top 10 Business Travel Tips

Top 10 Business Travel Tips

by Matthew E. May | via Open Forum | A large part of my work as a business author is speaking and conducting workshops all over the world, which of course entails a good bit of travel. Like most author/speaker/consultant types, I step on a plane several times a month. Still, I’m a relative newbie, having just under four years of experience. While I’ve collected a few do’s, don’ts and ...

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Your Basic Guide To Business Travel Abroad

Your Basic Guide To Business Travel Abroad

by Jacquelyn Smith | You’re probably familiar with common business practices in the U.S. and less accustomed to the way things are done abroad. That’s OK; most people are in the same boat. But if you do plan to travel for work, you should know that many of our customs don’t fly overseas–and you’ll want to do the necessary research before you go. “It’s not only important to prepare for a business trip abroad, ...

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