Saturday, August 15, 2009
"Nothing is permanent in Boracay. Party paradise is its current repute as it is no longer the paradise it once was" says Jimmy Caumeron, executive editor and creative director of Tsuper magazine.the second volume of the Travel Super was launched last August 11 at Mag:net Cafe Bonifacio High Street. in this volume, they featured Boracay Beyond the Bliss. a take beyond the usual Boracay scenes. this issue is photo jam packed of the people of Boracay. from the Atis to the people that gives a new color to this evolving party paradise of the country. the gatekeepers and the coconut surfers. the issue best captured the stories of the people who witnessed how the island has changed. what made it so enchanting that it attracts people from all walks of life. some enjoys the beach others just party.this volume even extends its feature to the nearby beach islands, which one may consider as a look of Boracay years back. the islands of Carabao, Nogas, Gigantes and Maniguin.plus notable Boracay spots highlighted in the T-Chronicle sections, the infamous Caramoan island, Bagasbas beach and the great architectural structures os Santiago Calatrava featured in Superworld.all this in one volume which i consider as a guide and great view of Boracay's ever changing aura. joined with me in the launch are travel bloggers Erick, Ferdz and Jonel. we also had our chance to meet the magazine's executive editor Jimmy Caumeron and Roam magazine's editor in chief Upper Viceo.Tsuper Volume 2 is now available on bookstores and magazine shops for P350. join Travel Super multiply site for updates.