Adrenaline junkies know exactly what to do and where to go to get their fix. But for many of us who’ve yet to figure this out, here are some ideas to start fulfilling those bold dreams. These activities are sure-fire ways to spice up your holidays. And upon your return, you can regale your family and friends with anecdotes as you show off your nicks and bruises.
Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah
Only 24, this young woman is making waves in environmental advocacy in Philippines, mainly through her work with Save Philippines Seas, a project to protect the country’s marine resources. An English graduate, Oposa puts her skills to good use as a writer, teacher and trainer and, has co-authored a book on climate change for elementary school children. The youngest and only Filipino recipient of the Future for Nature award presented annually by the Netherlands’ Future for Nature Foundation, Oposa talks to us about her passion to make the world a better place.
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Just when you thought you could take a break between juggling work meetings, parent-teacher conferences, ballet lessons and soccer practices, spending time with your family could be a huge hassle without the proper preparation and research. Think unsuitable locations, none child-friendly activities, inconvenient travelling and food that makes a child’s face turn a sickly green. Why not make life simpler with these amazing destinations that guarantee some family-friendly fun?
By Irvin Hanni
Rich in natural resources and one of the wealthiest kingdoms in the world, Brunei Darussalam reveals yet another treasure, which is perhaps more valuable than all its petroleum put together: Its untouched coral reefs and marine biodiversity.
Words & Photography: Lawrence Alex Wu
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