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FILMARTworks is finally back on track!

Last March 2018, I finally got some time to fix my 12-year-old website and blog after enduring poor, uncaring web hosting services (I must admit, it’s true — you get what you pay for). Clearly, it took me over a decade to convince myself to invest a little more of my annual budget to get a decent web hosting company that can support someone like me who is an artist and writer with minimal knowledge on web developing, design, and security stuff. Security was ultimately the problem I had for all these years — dealing with spam comments, viruses, and every

What a (non-revenue) chance passenger should know before an international flight

Non-revenue passengers, more popularly referred to as chance passengers, are travelers with flight privileges to fly either for free or at significantly discounted rates. It is worth noting though that some chance passengers are not necessarily non-revenue passengers, like those full-paying travelers requesting for sudden changes in their flight itineraries and trying their luck that their targeted flights are not full. These non-revenue passengers are airline employees or some of their family members and friends. However, free or discounted fares may also lead to these travelers suffering from delayed flights, or worst, not being able to fly to their intended destinations

Vacation ideas for singles traveling to the Philippines

Planning to enjoy the adventure of traveling alone for a single's vacation in the tropics? A good number of travel packages can suit the preferences of anyone seeking the excitement of meeting new people and escaping the world where a person should be responsible for oneself alone. Going the exotic route like having a vacation in the Philippines, an archipelago known for its world-class beaches and natural attractions, may be something worth considering. Enjoying the Beach and Nightlife in Boracay Boracay is a world-renowned tourist destination attracting tourists from every corner of the globe. It is best known for its crystal blue waters,

‘The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ Film Review: A travelogue drama

At first, this teenybopper movie may seem like a typical adaptation riding on the popularity of the young adult book and best-selling novel "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" by Anne Brashares. Apparently, it’s a heartwarmingly episodic travelogue drama featuring four best friends spending their first summer apart and sharing a magical pair of jeans fitting each of them perfectly — despite the differences in their body frames. To keep in touch, they pass the so-called magical pants from one person to another, alongside the adventures they go through while being apart. The narrative centers on the tightly knit group of

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