2016 Int’l Travelfest slated next month

IDEAL tour destinations, both domestic and foreign, will be showcased anew this year when the 3rd International Travel Festival (ITF) reels off on July 15-17 at the Ayala Center Cebu.

With the theme: “Don’t Dream, Just Go” and organized by MyEventology, the three-day 2016 ITF brings together over 50 exhibitors including national tour operators, airlines, hotels, resorts, travel agents, financial institutions, and insurance agents.

The ITF was initially staged in 2014 and has attracted thousands of visitors as well as gained positive sales results for the exhibitors.

In the 2014 ITF, exhibitors earned a whooping P12 million from credit card

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Extend your summer in Korea via AirAsia!

AirAsia, the World Best Low Cost Carrier by Skytrax for seven consecutive years, is offering flights from Cebu to Incheon (Seoul) from as low as Php5,720 all-in. Booking period is from June 27 to July 3 with travel period from June 28 to Oct. 29,2016.

Philippines AIRASIA CEO Joy Caneba said, “We're painting Cebu skies red with AirAsia's exciting promo fares to Seoul in Korea.

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Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016

The Balay Mindanaw Foundation launched the Balay Mindanaw Awards in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The Awards seeks to recognize and acknowledge outstanding initiatives of their partner barangays. These initiatives created a positive impact on each of these communities.

Ultimately, the foundation ensures that it lives by its mission, “Helping Build Empowered Sustainable Communities.

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2015 GMEA Mindanao Blogger of the Year

“My knees were still shaking when my name was called as the Blogger of the Year. I climbed up the stage with a feeling that, finally, my work was being recognized. I dedicated the award to the indigenous communities we visited” said Ariel Lalisan on his win as Blogger of the Year during the 2015 Globe Media Excellence Awards for Mindanao.

It was in the year 2003 when Lalisan started blogging and it served as an outlet for his thoughts and a tool for communication between him and his friends who got to read updates about his activities.

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Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016: Special Award for Kalinaw Category

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Special Kalinaw was awarded to Barangay Diatagon last May 27 during the Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016.

Barangay Diatagon of Lianga, Surigao del Sur received the Special Award for the community’s long standing standing struggle in addressing armed conflict in the province.

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Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016: Most Outstanding Barangay for Kalinaw Category

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Barangay Pagangan was awarded Most Outstanding Barangay for Kalinaw Category last May 27 during the Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016.

The Kalinaw Award was given to the Most Outstanding Barangay with communities that have shown outstanding local initiatives in transforming violent conflicts and build peace.

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Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016: Most Outstanding Barangay for Kalig-on Category

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Barangay Tawagan was awarded as Most Outstanding Barangay for Kalig-on  last May 27 during the Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016.

The Kalig-on Award was given to the barangay that has developed and institutionalized resiliency and preparedness in facing disasters.

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Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016: Most Outstanding Barangay for Kalambuan Category

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Barangay Lawaan was awarded as Most Outstanding Barangay for Kalambuan last May 27 during the Balay Mindanaw Awards 2016.

The Kalambuan Award was given to the barangay that showed outstanding initiatives in addressing poverty towards sustainability and viability.

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