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SBS Radio Australia Interview with Scott Allford

Posted by on Jan 19th, 2012
Filed Under: Featured, Walkabout Pinas

Its more fun in the Philippines


getting from A to Bee. it is more fun in the Philippines.
Getting from A to Bee. It’s more fun in the Philippines!

Why it is more FUN in the Philippines?
Our Aussie columnist Scott Allford tells SBS Radio Australia.

Video: #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines



Tourism Philippines Walkabout Pinas ColumnistThe new campaign of the Philippine Department of Tourism intrigued travellers from all over the world as Internet memes of “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” spread like wildfire on social media. On Generation X, Y, and Us, Australian traveller, Scott Allford, talks about what makes the country, indeed, more fun. Young Filipinos also share their thoughts on what’s hot and what’s not in the Philippines.


Yoga. it is more fun in the Philippines.
Yoga. It’s more fun in the Philippines!


getting high. it is more fun in the Philippines.
Getting high. It’s more fun in the Philippines!


close encounters. it is more fun in the Philippines.
Close encounters. It’s more fun in the Philippines!


Sunrise. it is more fun in the Philippines.
Sunrise. It’s more fun in the Philippines!


A sunset cruise. it is more fun in the Philippines.
A sunset Cruise. It’s more fun in the Philippines!

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Scott M. Allford has lived and worked in Australia and South Korea and has travelled extensively throughout Asia- Mongolia, China, Tibet, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia and Japan – fell in love with the Philippines and decided to allocate at least two years to comprehensively cover the country. Learn more about me [+]

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