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Thursday, March 23, 2017

TravelBook.ph celebrates their fourth year anniversary

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Travelbook.ph, the leading local hotel booking website in the Philippines, is turning four!

And in celebration of four exciting years in the business, Travelbook.ph encourages you to explore and see the beauty of the Philippines in the coming months with ongoing exciting promos: Win a free trip to Japan for two in the Konnichi-wow: Free Trip to Japan and avail of highly affordable deals on hotels and resorts with Super Summer Sale.



In addition to the anniversary, Travelbook.ph is also celebrating a lot of huge milestones. In just four years, Travelbook.ph grew exponentially in the e-commerce industry. Its number of bookings increased up to 200% ever since they started offering affordable hotel reservations in March 2013. Today, over 3,200 local hotels and resorts are listed on their website, providing more opportunities for Filipino wanderers to travel around the country and support local tourism.

Travelbook.ph dares to brave that extra mile and achieve even more by further establishing their brand as the only online travel agency (OTA) that promotes local tourism and highlighting the unique perks and services they offer to Filipino travelers, including attractive discounts, convenient payment options, exclusive reward points, and the TravelBook.ph mobile application.

Travelbook.ph will also be releasing TravelBook magazine, the company’s official free publication that aims to inspire Filipinos to visit local destinations, meet new people, and immerse themselves in the country’s rich culture.

All these and more will officially be announced to the media on Travelbook.ph’s upcoming Summer Anniversary Blowout press launch on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas.

The Philippines is undeniably full of wonders that are meant to be appreciated as well as explored. As they celebrate their fourth anniversary, Travelbook.ph encourages you to go out there and explore the amazing places in the Philippines and gain memorable travel experiences like no other.

For more details, please contact: 
Mary Angeli Pasquin
Business Planning Officer
+63 (998) 840-4855
+63 (2) 662-1113

Sharah Pinky Librada
Marketing Communications Officer
+63 (917) 530-7464
+63 (2) 662-1113 


About TravelBook.ph

Travelbook.ph is one of biggest online travel e-commerce company (online travel agent or OTA) in the Philippines dedicated to offering great value hotel bookings and with a varied selection of Philippine hotels and resorts in Baguio, Batangas, Bohol, Boracay, Cebu, Davao, Laguna, Metro Manila, Palawan, Pampanga, Tagaytay, Zambales, and more. A total of 3,000 of affordable hotels are currently listed in Travelbook.ph.

Travelbook.ph offers the best price guarantee with attractive discounts for hotels and resorts, and various types of payment options without a credit card:

- Pay at Hotel 
- Over the Counter: banks, 7-Eleven, department stores, and payment centers

Travelbook.ph also offers exclusive reward points: Customers also automatically earn back 5% of the total amount they spend as reward points, which they can use to get discounts on their future bookings (1 point is equivalent to PHP 1.00). 

Customers can also use TravelBook.ph’s convenient mobile app to book accommodations on the go. It is available on the App Store and Google Play.

Lastly, Travelbook.ph is a proud Philippine-based company with 24/7 support. It has a Filipino call center ready to assist customers anytime. They can be reached through these numbers:
Landline: +63 2 662 1111

Sun: +63 925 887 2835

Globe: +63 917 850 9029

Smart: +63 998 961 3012 

To know more about convenient and affordable hotel bookings all over the Philippines, visit www.travelbook.ph


Thursday, March 2, 2017

Why Pilates?

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Last year, I posted about the reasons Why I practice Yoga.


Today, I want to share why I also practice Pilates, besides knowing that Pilates helps Madonna stay in perfect shape that is.


What is Pilates?
I am not going to pretend to be an expert on Pilates so let me quote Mayoclinic for this: 

"Pilates is a method of exercise that consists of low-impact flexibility and muscular strength and endurance movements. Pilates emphasizes proper postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance. Pilates is named for its creator, Joseph Pilates, who developed the exercises in the 1920s.

A Pilates routine generally includes exercises that promote core strength and stability, muscle control and endurance, including exercises that stress proper posture and movement patterns and balanced flexibility and strength."

So why do I practice Pilates too?
Almost same reasons as to Why I practice Yoga, plus these:

I can feel its effects on strengthening my core and improving my flexibility.

Husband says that I stand straighter now, probably because I often engage my core even when I am just walking.

I recently sprained my ankle, any exercise that will put weight on my foot is out and the doctor said that I should rest the ankle by elevating it whenever possible. Majority of the Pilates movements can be executed while my ankle is elevated, like the one I did on the picture. The form may not be perfect but I can feel my core on fire during the 20 minute workout. 

Rest. Ice. Compress. Elevate.

I love the challenge, Pilates looks easy but is 100% hard.

Gives me a cardio workout, my heart is almost running away from me after a session of this Pilates video by Boho Beautiful.



Can't choose between Yoga and Pilates? 

Try them both. 

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Microwave Paleo Bread Recipe

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Whether you are following a Paleo diet or just looking for an easy way to bake your own bread, you will never go wrong with this recipe I got from Paleo Magazine.

I am not a baker but I managed to make bread using the microwave. If I can do it, then anyone can bake their own healthy paleo bread.



Thanks to Paleo Magazine for this delicious recipe.

Almond flour. Baking powder and Salt. 
We only have pink himalayan salt in the house so I don't have any other choice for salt.


Whisked egg and Virgin coconut oil.
I liked the added taste of coconut oil to my bread, 
but you can use any oil mentioned on the recipe.

Once all the ingredients are mixed, the batter looked like this. 

I poured the batter into my microwave safe bowl greased with 1 tsp of Coconut oil. 

90 seconds after, I have my bread.

I carefully removed the bread from my bowl and sliced it in the middle. 
It is so filling and satisfying that my son asked me to make one for him.


Try it for yourself and please tell me how it turned out.

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