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Travel

Boracay Trip Part 3: Some Helpful Tips

Posted March 1, 2012 by Recultured Team

1) Climate Boracay has two main seasons: dry and wet. It is best to go during the dry season (November to April), as White Beach is calm and very suitable for swimming and other water activities. Bulabog Beach (the other side of the island) has large winds and waves, making it suitable for wind surfing, […]

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Travel

Boracay Trip Part 2: Things to Do

Posted February 29, 2012 by Recultured Team

My friends and I stayed in Boracay – Station 2 for four days, which we found was enough time to do most of what we wanted to. I would highly suggest staying at a hotel at Station 2 if you want to have convenient access to all the restaurants, vendors, day activities, and night life. […]

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Online Entertainment

Youtube Music Spotlight: sstec09

Posted February 1, 2012 by Recultured Team

Youtube is the best. It is a one-stop shop for all videos entertaining, awing and educating. But under its ever accumulating heap of meme-generating masterpieces, animal adorable-ness and “what the heck were they thinking” acts, a lot of truly talented people get buried. The Stecs are some of those people. The Youtube channel, sstec09, was created […]

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Music

5 Songs Currently On Repeat

Posted January 25, 2012 by Recultured Team

Recuperating from the incessant amount of holiday cheer December provided has been tough on all of us. But thankfully, with a new year comes brand new music! So what better time to give our ears much needed relief by treating them to fresh new tracks. To get you started, here are five songs that I’ve (over)indulged in over the past few weeks. Your ears will most certainly thank you.

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Entertainment

Spencer’s Top 25 Songs of 2011 (Part 1)

Posted January 18, 2012 by Recultured Team

2011 was a wonderful year for music. Great new bands were formed, established favourites released brilliant new albums, and some songs came out of nowhere to blow people away. The high quality of music released meant that coming up with a list of favourite songs was not an easy task.

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