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Asian Spirit Inflight 10th

Oh yeah! Asian Spirit’s Inflight Mag 10th Edition is out now, fresh off the printers. If you plan on flying the airline anytime soon, don’t forget to pick up the copy. Just search through the front pocket seats or ask from the attendant. Demand your free copy. You could also read it at Starbucks if you’re a coffee person and on some travel agencies and ticketing stations. This issue’s main feature is Asian Spirit’s first international destination, Palau and of course the overly-rated beach, Boracay, and some other 10th Anniversary Party pics.

Asian Spirit Inflight 10th

Asian Spirit Inflight 10th Edition

Oh yeah! Asian Spirit’s Inflight Mag 10th Edition is out now, fresh off the printers. If you plan on flying the airline anytime soon, don’t forget to pick up the copy. Just search through the front pocket seats or ask from the attendant. Demand your free copy. You could also read it at Starbucks if you’re a coffee person and on some travel agencies and ticketing stations. This issue’s main feature is Asian Spirit’s first international destination, Palau and of course the overly-rated beach, Boracay, and some other 10th Anniversary Party pics.

Palau Feature

Palau opening spread

Well honestly, this is the most staggered issue we had, probably because the production was stretched out too long that I no longer want to see it again. Still, much labor was done here, lots of overnight stays and I experimented a lot on the layout for the “Boracay Bound” article. So if you do get a copy, drop me a line on what you think.

Wow, I should charge extra for this web promotion.

BoracayFeature

Boracay opening spread

On a lighter news, congratulations to Leo Oracion and Pastor Emata for conquering the summit of Mt. Everest. I heard, Romi Garduce will be summiting within a couple of days if the weather permits. As for Dale Abenojas, the dubious dark horse climber from the north side who claimed he has been at the summit since last Monday, we are still waiting for confirmation. But overall, it’s a big year for Filipino Mountaineers as finally, we have a mark on the highest peak in the world.

Inside layout

Inside page layout

I just hope that each of these climbers get their proper recognition as this is not all about being the first as this is not a race. If this was a race, they should have started on the same ground but they didn’t. Each of them has different goals in climbing Mt. Everest. So congratulations to all of them. They make it seem possible for us other Filipino Mountaineers to reach top as well. Now where to find some sposors….

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