Archive for February 24, 2012


For well over decades, the Port of Miami in Florida has been recognized as the ‘Cruise Capital of the World’, it accommodates the world’s biggest, most patronized and fully operational cruise lines such as Norwegian Cruise Line, the Carnival, the Royal Caribbean, etc., it also was billed to be the ‘Cargo Gateway of the Americas’.

Port of Miami with cruise ships at the background
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It is said that one in seven of the world’s passenger cruise starts from Miami, hence, a record of more than 4.33 million passengers traveled through the Port of Miami and has impacted roughly around $18 billion to Miami’s economy in 2011. Today, the Port of Miami still remain to be the busiest ports in America and with so much development projects going on it will be busier more than ever in the next years to come.

With our easy access to transportation, there’s no doubt that you’ll be the next to travel down ‘Flowery Land’. Getting around Miami is no problem at all, Port of Miami Shuttle service is readily available for those who would want to see how life in the world’s busiest port is coming along, Express Shuttle offers varied services, you can hire them to send and fetch you at any Miami airport, fetch and send you to the cruise docks or simply give you the most comfortable tour ride around Miami.

If you want to know more details about their services or want to book for a tour, you can email or you can visit their website at for rates and online reservations.

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Nothing much happening around here, school’s almost over but it’s also this time of the school year where everyone’s trying to get things wrapped-up, we’re all busy as the busiest bee, can’t even find time to pee, lol. I was at my son’s school the other day to attend their culmination program, it was a perfect, though hot day, had some few snaps around :)

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The city of Malaga in Spain is one of the finest destinations in the European continent. It is characterized by exotic beaches, the most beautiful architecture and a large number of museums and art galleries. It is also the place where the renowned painter of international fame, Pablo Picasso was born. The house where Picasso lived has now been transformed into a museum and is crowded with tourists all through the year. The city of Malaga is very well connected by a large international airport. You can use the car hire Malaga facilities to enjoy a smooth and hassle free navigation of the city.

The picturesque city of Malaga in Spain

Sightseeing Options in Malaga

The city of Malaga has an abundance of wonderful sightseeing options for travelers. One of the most famous places to visit in Malaga is the Interactive Museum of Music. Here you will come across some of the most unique musical instruments in the whole world. You will also come across musical instruments which are very specific only to Europe. Another very popular tourist location in the city of Malaga is the Malaga Cathedral. This cathedral is situated in the heart of the city and is one of the most breathtaking specimens of architecture in Malaga. Entry to the cathedral is absolutely free. The Malaga cathedral is open on all days of the week except on Sunday and during holidays. You could rent a car in the airport in Malaga to easily make your way to all the well known sightseeing locations in the city.

La Malagueta Beach, Malaga

Tourist Activities in Malaga

The city of Malaga is home to some of the most gorgeous beaches in the continent of Europe. There are several picturesque beaches strewn all over the city, most of which are located in proximity to the waterfront area of the city. These beaches are a perfect place where you can spend the entire day sunbathing and relaxing. You can also partake in several water sporting activities such as surfing and scuba diving. You could use the rental cars that are available in the airport in Malaga to get to the well known tourist points of interest in a safe and hassle free manner.

Thus, if you are looking to go on a vacation to a scenic destination for a wonderful holiday experience, you should certainly visit the city of Malaga in Spain.

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Yay, I receive another Postcard courtesy of Postcrossing sent by Ramon from Guadalajara.

I know Mexico, I can point it perfectly well in the map, I’ve been a diligent Geography student when I was still in school and I often read Guadalajara every time I run my fingers on the red lines over Mexico map here at home. I read about the city’s profile – stats, figures and all that they’re readily accessible online, but what brought me virtually to this place is through Mehico’s cinematic tourism – the Mexican Telenovelas – oh well, obviously I’m a stay-at-home mom and can’t help it getting hooked sometimes.

You know, more than the awe of this picturesque place I guess, is knowing how people live their lives, their culture, how they run along with their social mores – Their teledramas were more than just entertainment – they’re a good venue to see through their society in a nutshell – thanks to those dramas I got to know the place that once also been part of my country, the Philippines.

Huge night-lit Cathedral in Guadalajara

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Holiday Walk at the ‘Island of the gods’

I first knew South Korea back in Grade School, Aralin Panlipunan subject with a Miss Tapia looking teacher, I actually can’t remember her name anymore, she was too kind to be remembered had she hit me big time during those days I could have not forgotten her, anyway, thanks to her I knew where SK was on the map.

Along with my course of life, I got to read books, articles, watched movies and eventually got hooked with Hallyuwood and now an avid online stalker of melodramas from this country; seriously, SK really had raved the world through their TV programs.

What’s so remarkable was that they’re so successful in integrating ‘cinematic tourism’ in their TV shows, there actually started my burning desire to one day see the ‘Island of the gods’ they call Jeju. Forget about the dramas, this place billed to be one of the new 7 wonders of nature is really – breathtaking is an understatement.

While this island is outrageously famous for honeymooners, I’d like to believe renewing one’s soul and spirit and coming up with an awe-inspiring manuscript while taking a walk around this place is just awesome [minus sana the surge of tourists]

Hallasan Mountain Trail, Jeju Island, South Korea
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I’m not really good at painting, all of my works are exhibited only in my bedroom, but I have the basics, the desire and the drive, hence, an afternoon with a brush here is just splendid.
Rapeseed flowers at the foreground, Jeju Island
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It won’t be long … :)

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