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Summary of my ‘air’ travels in 2012

I know this is a long overdue post. But since it is better late than not posting at all, I should have to share the summary of my ‘air’ travels in 2012.

I had a total of twelve (12) different flights, fro and to different places in the country.

  1. January 1, 2012 — first fly in 2012 from Davao City to Cebu City
  2. March 31, 2012 — Cebu City to Davao City with Deborah’s first fly with AirPhil Express
  3. April 12, 2012 — went back to Cebu City from Davao City
  4. May 15, 2012 — Cebu City to Manila via PAL
  5. May 17, 2012 — Manila to Cebu City via PAL
  6. May 21, 2012 — Cebu City to Manila via Cebu Pacific Air
  7. May 25, 2012 — Manila to Cebu City via Cebu Pacific Air
  8. June 5, 2012 — Cebu City to Manila via Cebu Pacific Air
  9. October 16, 2012 — Manila to Davao City via Cebu Pacific Air
  10. October 26, 2012 — Davao City to Manila via Cebu Pacific Air
  11. December 16, 2012 — First fly with TigerAirways from Manila to Davao City
  12. December 30, 2012 — Davao City to Manila

Wow! Awesome! I didn’t realize until today that I have flew as many times as I could the past year. I hope to fly again this year as often as I could.

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Best Travel Gadgets from CES 2013

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for 2013 held in Sin City on January 8 up to January 11, 2013 showcased the Best Travel Gadgets of 2013.

  • Y-cam Home MonitorY-cam Home MonitorBasically, a good security monitoring device to tract the traveler from home.
  • Polaroid iM1836Polaroid iM1836This is the world’s first Android-powered smart camera with interchangeable lenses which perhaps lessens the bulk of having tons of baggage during backpacking with camera lenses. And it’s very handy too.
  • Fitbug OrbFitbug OrbFor health conscious travelers, this gadget should be included in their list. Fitbug Orb could track health data.
  • Spare OneSpare OneSpare One helps in providing a cost-saving calls.
  • Martian voice command watchesMartian voice command watchesShould I say, this one’s a smart watch which enables the traveler to receive and send SMS and as well as calls.

I haven’t seen even one (1) in person from the above mentioned gadgets. But I’ve seen some of them on movies as well as minute jack screws for the watches. LOL!

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Deborah’s First Fly with AirPhil Express

If only Deborah is a human, she’d surely be very excited Smiley for her first fly with me going back home on March 31, 2012 via AirPhil Express. Smiley Yes! She was, because I was even more excited than her. LOL!

Deborah

Days before our flight, I bought her accessories. She already had flash with speed-lite, lens hood, lens UV filter, a new bag and a new cleaning set. However, there’s just one thing I totally forgot to buy — Deborah’s fragrances. She’s just used to share mists with me and so, we have the same scents. But off course, I still plan to buy her own scented spray.

While on board, it was kind of blessing in disguise that no one’s sitting the seat next to me. So I let Deborah sit beside me and had her seat belt on as well.

Isn’t she looking cute with the seat belt on? Take a look at the image above.

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What To Bring on Road Trip

Are you planning for a road trip this coming summer vacation? Well, you should take these ideas of what to bring on road trip.

  • Smiley First Aid Kits. These are the most important thing to bring and shouldn’t be missed. Make sure to include medicines for burns, allergies, dehydration and digestive problems.
  • SmileyMaps and other Travel Guides. This is very important for first time trippers and travelers to a certain place.
  • Smiley iPod or any Musical Gadgets. These will make your road trips boredom-free. For many road trippers and backpackers, they consider bringing with them guitars or any musical handy instruments. Why not try having with you a Selmer Paris Clarinets?
  • Emoticon Cameras. Especially for travel bloggers, this is one the most important stuff to bring. Should you carry with you a tripod, shutter and remote, extra battery packs, extra memory card, outdoor cases of your cameras.
  • SmileyFood and Bottled Water. Handy foods are the highly recommended foods to bring on a road trips. Bottled water, but not in plastic containers, are very important also to prevent dehydration.
  • Personal stuff like sun protection lotion, sun glasses, toothbrush, etc.
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