Ateneo de Manila University must be able to claim the biggest culinary scoop, with their partnership with the prestigious, and oldest culinary school, Le Cordon Bleu. The formal inauguration of Le Cordon Bleu Ateneo de Manila Institute took place this month, on April 15th. Le Cordon Bleu President and CEO, Andre Cointreau, flew inRead More
LoveBoracay:One Year On From Closure 26th April 2019 and it is one year since Boracay Island was closed to tourists. The island had been damned by the Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte, as a “Cesspool”. And a rehabilitation program was put in place with almost immediate effect. 26th April 2019 Today Boracay Island started its firstRead More
Balloons, Confetti and Fireworks; is it time to stop? Leading up to the New Year countdown, the Philippines was at the forefront of a netizen protest over a ‘Record Breaking’ Balloon Drop event at a Manila Nightclub. As well as some upset that the fireworks ban on Boracay would remain in place, even for NewRead More
In our previous articles we’ve looked at A National Development and Impacts on the Environment. In this, our final article in the series, we look at the impacts that cruise tourism has on the economy and the local communities visited. Is Cruise Tourism of real benefit to the communities it visits? According to CruiseRead More
Ditching Plastics: Managing Hotel Guests Expectations. The abrupt closure of Boracay Island in April 2018. Labelled a “Cesspool” by the Philippine President Rodriguez Duterte, for environmental violations. Filipino’s faced with videos and photos, July-August 2018, of their coastlines heaped in trash from the ocean. What do these have in common? Many people have started toRead More
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Boracay: Ecohotels/ Dormitels, Eco Hotel/Dormitel, Station 1 Boracay Resident Manager For interested applicants please email resume at firstname.lastname@example.org -preferably all applicants must have related experience in the...
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