Depending on your age, religious persuasion and general enthusiasm for all things festive, you’ve probably already been through the Christmas shopping debacle quite a few times by now – so you have the whole operation down pat. You’re a finely oiled buying machine, a smooth-sailing purchasing powerhouse – the super yacht of gift giving if you will.
With close ties to Spain and Mexico from the fabled galleon trade, and enough pristine beaches, coral reefs and jungle-covered bluffs to overwhelm even the keenest island-hopper, the Philippines are the last frontier of Asian tourism.
If you’re looking for a chilled out Central American vibe, Antigua – a Guatemalan city famous for it’s Spanish Baroque architecture (and for good reason) – will have you hooked upon arrival.
New York is one of those destinations you feel like you’ve visited before. The Statue of Liberty, Madison Square Garden, Central Park, Carrie Bradshaw’s ridiculously beautiful rent-controlled brownstone – tick, tick, tick, tick. New York lives in our heads from the moment we’re old enough to switch on a television.
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