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Around the world for $1,746.-airfare all in….

18 Jun

Around the World (Manila, Hong Kong, Jordan, Italy, Turkey), Visit Religious and Wonders of the World Landmarks Trip

Visit five (5) countries, fly almost 22,000 miles, from US$ 1746 in airfare (all in).

Flight #1: New York (JFK) to Manila (MNL) – Spend your Philippine Vacation.
Note: Take up to 2 bags (@ 50 lbs max) per passenger and spend a long time in Manila (subject to airline rules). Continue the rest of your journey with one bag only.
Flight #2: Manila (MNL) to Hong Kong (HKG)
Flight #3: Hong Kong (HKG) to Amman, Jordan (AMM)
Flight #4: Amman (AMM) to Rome, Italy (FCO)
Flight #5: Rome (FCO) to Istanbul, Turkey (IST)
Flight #6: Istanbul (IST) to New York (JFK)

Fly non-stop back to New York.
For every country you will visit, you will make a stop over depending on how many days you want. We will help you select a budget hotel upon request.
If you are an adventurous and religious person, then now you know you can do it cheap. try getting a buddy to go with you

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Petra: highlight not just of Jordan but of the entire Middle East; sublime and mysterious city; incomparable jewel of ancient architecture. Petra was once an important stop on a Roman trading route, but was only assimilated into the empire in 106 AD. Until then it had been a stronghold of the Nabataen Arab kingdom, whose knowledge of Greek architectural styles is reflected in their astonishing cliff-bound monuments. Today Petra is a UNESCO- World Heritage site.

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Jerash: In ancient times, the Roman town of Gerasa grew rich from iron ore as well as agricultural products which flourished in this comparatively lush temperate region. Thiswealth in turn endowed the town with architectural treasures: the unique oval Forum, Hippodrome, Amphitheater, Agora, and the proud columns of the Temple to Artemis. The majestic Hadrian’s Arch dates from the eponymous Roman Emperor’s visit, an event which signaled the town’s importance.

Screen Shot 06-18-15 at 10.02 PM 001Wadi Rum: Shuttling between archaeological sites, an inevitable component of any Jordan trip, may have you longing for those haunting, limitless expanses of desert you’ve glimpsed from car windows. If so, head south for Wadi Rum, which offers spectacular vistas of towering cliffs and bold rock formations etched by erosion into other-worldly forms.

Screen Shot 06-18-15 at 10.03 PMDead Sea and King’s Highway: Running north-south along the squiggling spine of the Dead Sea rift, a road trip along the King’s Highway from biblical Madaba to Petra is to journey along a 2,000-year-old trade route bursting with history. Check out the Crusader castles at Karak and Shobak, and the ancient town of Madaba. Pop into Roman forts and visit a Nabataean temple. Or if you’re more into nature, Jordan’s Dana Nature Reserve is famous for its hiking, and in April the region is known for its black irises. Not really a highway but more of a quiet, country road with amazing views around and alongside its 280-km route, you’ll get a glimpse of rural life in Jordan as you drive between the villages which collect at the top of the mountains.

Read more: Jordan’s biblical sites

Why visit Rome?

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Manila w/ Paris 3D/2N…less $1600

16 Jun



Manila and 3D/2N Paris in 1 trip !!!! Less than $1,600.-

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Bokod, Benguet: On Climbing Luzon’s Highest Peak, Mount Pulag

28 Jan

Biyaherong Barat

Mount Pulag Kabayan Benguet mountaineering

When I heard the phrases “3-4 hour hike”, “below-zero temperature”, especially the word “hypothermia” while listening to the mandatory orientation at Mount Pulag National Park DENR Office, that’s when I begin to question my physical and mental capacities – “Am I ready for this?”

At that point, I also realized that there was no turning back, no other way but up, and I just have to pull myself together and find out if I could conquer and survive Luzon Island’s highest peak, Mount Pulag.

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26 Jan

Expedition Hobo


In my birth city of Cebu, Philippines there is a festival, Sinulog, which is unrivalled by any other in the country. The word ‘Sinulog’ is a dance ritual in honor of the miraculous image of the Santo Nino. The dance moves to the sound of the drums and it originally honored pagan wooden idols prior to Magellan planting the cross and claiming the country for Spain. Upon Magellan’s arrival in 1521, he introduced Christianity and gave the then Queen a Santo Nino (image of child Jesus, most likely a doll) as a baptismal gift. The rulers along with their subjects were baptized by the Spaniards. In an attempt to colonize the Philippines, Magellan was at war with the native people and was killed by Raja Lapulapu in a battle on the island of Mactan. Now, Mactan is more known for beautiful beach resorts, the best in the country in my opinion (http://plantationbay.com/   and   http://www.shangri-la.com/en/cebu/mactanresort/). The…

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Paradise Found, El Nido

26 Jan

discover El Nido – Paradise indeed.

Expedition Hobo


The road to paradise can be long and arduous which adds to their uniqueness. They’re not often down the street. That’s why there hard to find. The road to my paradise started in the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. January 2012, the day started early as each passenger was picked up one-by-one from their hotels. I thought this was a convenience that we were being picked up from our hotels but the process took about an hour with several stops we had to make in order to pack 12 passengers into a mini-van. Oh, the price we pay to save a little money. Obviously, there was no room for the luggage in the van so that was stacked on the roof. And off we went on our 5 hour drive to El Nido.


The other way to get to El Nido would have been by small plane from Manila…

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25 Jan
Discover the cultural heritage of Singapore or view the night scene in its vivid colours!
If your transit is five hours or more, join one of our free 2-hour tours, jointly organized by Singapore Airlines andChangi Airport.

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Daily tour timings:

 9 am to 11 am – Heritage Tour to Merlion Park and Chinatown

11.30 am to 1.30 pm – Heritage Tour to Merlion Park and Little India

2.30 pm to 4.30 pm – Heritage Tour to Merlion Park and Chinatown

4 pm to 6 pm – Heritage Tour to Merlion Park and Little India

6.30 pm to 8.30 pm – City Lights Tour to Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, Bugis Village and Raffles Hotel

Note: The tour duration of 2 hours includes a buffer for immigration clearance and potential traffic delays. The actual tour duration could be shorter.

Singa1Experience the history, culture and lifestyle of multi-racial Singapore, a dynamic city-state and the gateway to Asia! This tour showcases the contrast between tradition and modernity; a glimpse into the unique blend of East and West. The journey  will offer you a panoramic view of the cityscape and its landmarks like the Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay before briefly stopping at the Merlion Park. Situated at the mouth of the Singapore River, the Merlion is Singapore’s national icon. It symbolizes the history of  Singapore as a “Lion City” and famous sea port. The tour will end with a visit to either Chinatown or Little India.

singa2 chiantownChinatown was home to the early Chinese settlers and is one of the must-see cultural enclaves for visitors in Singapore. A bustling, colourful mix of old and new, the area consists of exotic pre-war shophouses which are home to merchants who have been hawking the same wares for yearsSinga3 -lindia

With the cacophony of car horns, bicycle bells and local residents’ chatter, Little India is one of the most charming and vibrant ethnic enclaves in Singapore. Here, its spice-scented streets beckon you to an abundance of ethnic jewellery, jasmine garlands and silk sarissinga5 bugis

Bugis Village is a famous night market frequented by locals. It is full of shops and stalls selling everything from souvenirs to clothing and fashion accessories.

singa4 night toursAs night falls, Singapore takes on another persona to offer a vibrant array of nightlife and entertainment options. Enjoy a panoramic view of Singapore’s famous icons along the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade – the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands and Esplanade. Other highlights along the tour are Bugis Village and Raffles Hotel.

Singa6 - raffles hotelYes you can book a long stop over on the way to your destination or only on return or take both, subject to availability.


For more details, please e-mail info@triphelpmate.com or call 347.502.2924.


Siargao: Caught in a Summer Swell

18 Dec

Project Magellan

“One day I’m going to tame those waves.” -The Dreamer

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10 Reasons Why “Commuting” is More Fun in the Philippines

18 Dec

Project Magellan

Getting around Manila is definitely one of the horrors most foreign tourists face

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El Nido: A Slice of Heaven on Earth

16 Dec

Project Magellan

One word: PARADISE

El Nido, Palawan Bacuit Bay: Imagine Waking Up to This Everyday

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