eGetinnz Partners with BPO Companies for Exclusive Perks

The latest travel accommodation website in the lodging industry has thrown out a major deal breaker, giving BPO companies and their employees an exclusive benefit to help them leap around the world.

eGetinnz suggests that even the busiest and buzzing industry of BPO deserves a break, more time to travel and to leap around the world, and the gravity and impact of this statement says a lot, providing these call center agents a gentle but evoking nudge that implies You need to breathe dude, let us get you a perfect place to do that.

Individuals who work in the BPO industry always get the short end of the stick in life, they have to deal with all kinds of people and customer as a living, people who project superiority over them just because they are customers and agents have the most amazing resilience known; in addition to that life in the BPO industry is not easy as well having to come to work almost as every day in a flexible time means they can not be free to travel and unwind anymore.

Now with the partnership perks program that eGetinnz offers BPO companies is somehow a beam of light, a step closer to the world for these people, the only thing left to do is go over the website and choose from the variety of options eGetinnsz has for its market and voila life is back to being more than just surviving.

Amazing Thailand

Thailand is one of the several countries that were devastated by the Indian Ocean Boxing Day Tsunami of 2004, caused by a powerful 9.5 magnitude in the Richter scale earthquake, with the epicenter located just off the Northern part of the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The most deadly natural disaster of the century, over 200,000 lives were taken and others were reported missing and were presumed dead. The havoc of the tsunami even reached the far coast of Africa still with deadly force, wiping the low lying nation of Maldives.




In terms of tourism, the six affected provinces are of significance for Thailand as in 2004 they generated 17% of total tourism revenues in the entire nation. The affected area has a total of 1,130 hotels with a total of 40,272 rooms. Assets were destroyed and damaged by the direct action of the tsunami, and hotel occupancy rates dropped considerably thereafter in the six affected provinces, generating significant losses to the sector.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) reported at the end of January that some 328 hotels (24% of the total room capacity) in the affected provinces were either destroyed or damaged. The estimated replacement value of the hotel infrastructure, and of the furniture and other goods contained therein, as well as in other tourism-related commercial facilities (stalls, shops, and restaurants).

Losses of revenue for the sector due to the drop in tourist arrivals, both international and domestic were estimated on the basis of actual statistics through June 2005 and projections for the rest of the year and for 2006. Separate estimations were made for international and domestic tourism as they have behaved differently; international tourists are recovering at a slow pace, due to the uncertainty of available hotel facilities and remaining fear of the tsunami, while Thailand tourists are arriving in the affected areas with higher recovery rates.

Today, Thailand is one of the top visited countries in the whole world, its tourism still booming with its country’s slogan Amazing Thailand; somehow it is as if the Indian Ocean Tsunami never happened to the eyes of people who happened to be living under a rock since the early 2000s although there are remnants and scars of the incident that simply cannot be erased albeit Thailand recuperated throughout the years that has passed.

(FILE PHOTO) In this composite image a comparison has been made between a scene in 2004 (LEFT) and 2014 (RIGHT) ***LEFT IMAGE*** ACEH, INDONESIA - JANUARY 8, 2005: An aerial shot taken from a US Navy Seahawk helicopter from carrier USS Abraham Lincoln shows devastation caused by the Indian Ocean tsunami to the west of Aceh on January 8, 2005 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Indonesia, Thailand and Sri Lanka are the countries most affected by the December 26 earthquake-tsunami disaster. (Photo by Dimas Ardian/Getty Images) ***RIGHT IMAGE*** BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 11: An aerial view of coastal in Lampuuk prior to the ten year anniversary of the 2004 earthquake and tsunami on December 11, 2014 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, nearly 230,000 people were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. (Photos by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


This is one resort in Khao Lak that was swept by the sea, many tourists were present during the tragedy until they were no longer present. However today, the resort is good or it is back to the way it was only better.


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Perhaps the most amazing about Thailand is the resilience of its people is very much commendable, from helping others to rebuilding their homes, and getting on with their life, and then right after go back to where the tourism industry has left them. In present, Thailand is as amazing as ever despite the natural calamity that opened the eyes of the whole world to an awareness about something that no one could stop. However, fear should not stop one’s desire to discover the perfect dichotomy between religion and self-expression culture.

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The Blogger Philippines: Your Next Local Blogger Guide

As one of the myriad blogs that serves as guides to all travel bugs and wanderers, The Blogger Philippines is quite distinguished already, verified page on The Blogger Philippines Fan Page by Facebook Developers, nominated in Blogger Recognition Award, listed at the TOP 8 Trips to Make in 2018, and was listed at the TOP 25 Best Philippines Travel Blogs on the Planet. Philippines could never fit into a single travel blog hence a network of bloggers is much better to give everyone admiring the country every possible angle to look at.


The Blogger Philippines is your next local blogger guide, as its founder and writer, Jeff Valle has been doing these past two years. Assisting numbers of celebrity icons and even beauty queens of the Miss Universe 2016.

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Valle lives in the famous island of Boracay, Philippines and has first-hand experiences and knowledge of what the place has to offer.

Engaging with such guides make a travel journey much genuine and unforgettable. Guides such as The Blogger Philippines and Jeff offer something more than sharing what you could do in a place but rather what you would actually enjoy when you visit the place.

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Thailand’s Bizarre Shrine

On the east side of the Railay Bay is famous cave known for its wonderful stalactites and stalagmites. Since ancient times, Phra Nang (Princess) Cave or Phallus Cave in modern day has been where fishermen, before going out to sea, have made offerings to the symbolic Phallus of Shiva (known as the Siwaleung or Palad Khik in Thai). The fishermen, who say the cave is the home of a mythical sea princess, believe their offerings will bring them success in their fishing and protect them from danger, but what is more remarkable is that the cave contains a large collection of carved wooden phallic symbols, offerings and other objects believed to help with fertility.


As much as it is very bizarre and uncomfortable for many girls, the cave and shrine is still filled with tourists who are quite open to religious art no matter what the type. The cave is also surrounded with few other alternatives such the Narakeering cave in Amphur Priphaya.

FUN FACT: Siwaleung or Palad Khik, or small wooden penis is considered a common and famous amulet in Thailand, locals believe that it brings the wearer good luck, and helps avoid accident and illnesses.



As peculiar as Princess Cave may seem, this represents how Thailand is a very sexual and religious country at the same time, a rare combination as to how humanity embraces its inclinations and belief.

Discover and experience it for yourself, leap around the world and see for yourself the amazing Thailand. Let us help you find a home away from home, visit us on



15 Best Places to Visit for the LGBTQ+

Traveling or leaping around the world for the LGBTQ is not that easy as one may seem, for the mundane it should not be a big of a deal, perhaps people who do not understand the struggles would assume that queer couples could be forced into the closest even while traveling, or while they are supposed to be out there, enjoying the world as anyone else.

There at least 77 countries that have declared LGBT communities illegal in their law, such countries closed both their homes and hearts to their fellow human being. Cases like these should not be taken lightly whereas there are incidents where the LGBT folks have been bullied, cast away, discriminated, and even murdered in hostile places.

With eGetinnz, everyone can find a home away from home, especially the rainbow unicorns that have been shied away for so long. Life is about more than just labels anyway, and one should travel and live to the fullest.

We have listed countries that are safe for these fabulous people to visit and to grace even more diversity.


New York

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New Yoooooork concrete jungle where dreams are made of, there’s nothing you can’t do.  So gay-friendly it’s worth singing Alicia Keys. And it’s the home of the Stonewall Inn, a landmark in America’s LGBT history. There are tons of gay-friendly places in New York: hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs, shops, gyms, and spas.  Not to be missed sights: Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and loads more.



Thailand, Kohlam

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Thailand is one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world.  And it’s not just Bangkok, although it’s a favorite city for many people.  Thailand is 95% Buddhist, and Thai Buddhists seem not to have any hangups about gay visitors: they welcome gay tourists.  There are many gay-friendly establishments spread around the country.  The beaches and reefs in southern Thailand are beautiful (and so are the men!).



Dublin, Ireland


Ireland is a predominately Roman Catholic country – case in point: when the Irish voted to legalize same-sex marriage in 2015, the world was stunned.  However, Dublin is the capital of Ireland and it has a healthy gay scene.  There are many gay-friendly hotels, bars, clubs, restaurants, and saunas in Dublin.  The Dublin Pride parade is the biggest in the country and takes place in late June every year.


Amsterdam, Netherlands


Amsterdam is known for its tolerant and progressive atmosphere.  It’s compact and known for being one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world.  Amsterdam has an openly gay scene with many gay hotels, clubs, bars, and saunas.  The gay area is centered in the heart of the city, in areas like Amstel, Kerkstraat, and Reguliersdwarsstraat.  Have fun: take a boat ride on a canal or rent a bike.



Melbourne, Australia


Melbourne might be the second largest city in Australia after Sydney, but it is considered the cultural capital of the country. It has a European feel to it, with its architecture, bookshops, and its many cafes.

Melbourne is a multi-cultural city and is known for its gay-tolerant atmosphere. There are many gay-friendly establishments like hotels and bars. The gay neighborhoods include Carlton, Fitzroy, and St. Kilda.


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Rio is one of the most popular destinations for gay travelers.  Locals are called Cariocas:  it’s hard not to spend your entire time gawking at the handsome Carioca men strutting their stuff on the beaches.  Copacabana, Ipanema, and Leblon are some of the beaches to check out.  There are gay-friendly hotels, restaurants, clubs, and Gay Pride celebrations.  Don’t forget Sugarloaf Mountain, Christ Our Redeemer, and Carnival!


Reykjavik, Iceland


Reykjavik?  Iceland?  You’re joking!  This northernmost capital in the world is known for being one of the most inclusive places on Earth. The people are friendly and the scenery is unbelievable.  Reykjavik hosts one of the oldest gay parades in Europe.  Same-sex couples were granted the same rights as straight couples in 2006.  Summertime is the best time to visit: waterfalls, active geysers, dormant volcanoes, and geothermal lagoons abound!


New Zealand

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In 1998, New Zealand became the first country to use the term “Gay/Lesbian Friendly” to describe hotels and other businesses. One of the most popular ways to visit New Zealand is to stay in one of the many gay-friendly homestays that are scattered all over the country. It’s a very progressive country, from the top of the semi-tropical North Island to the glacial South Island.



Sitges, Spain


Sitges lies southwest of Barcelona: it’s easy to get to by train.  This is one of Europe’s most popular gay tourist destinations: it boasts the first gay disco in Spain.  It is a seaside resort with 25 different beaches and more than 300 days of sunshine each year.  Sitges is compact — from your accommodations, it is very easy to get to the beach or to the clubs and bars.



Tulum, Mexico


Tulum is a laid-back town on the Yucatan Peninsula.  The Mayans once occupied Tulum, and they were known for their tolerance of sexual diversity.  Today the attitude is similarly laissez-faire.  It is a quiet and gay-friendly alternative to places like Puerta Vallarta: you visit Tulum to chill out and to see the Mayan ruins, not to party.  In nearby Playa del Carmen, there are several gay bars.


Toronto, Canada


Toronto is one of the most gay-friendly tourist destinations in North America. No surprise here: Canada is the most progressive and advanced country in the Americas. The cultural center of Toronto is the Village in the Church-Wellesley area of the city. Here there are many gay-friendly establishments including accommodations, art galleries, and theaters. Toronto hosts gay events like the Pride Week Celebrations and the Dyke March.


Berlin, Germany


During the 1920s, Berlin was a gay mecca. After World War II and the end of the Cold War, the wall came down. Now you can visit both sides of Berlin, one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world. There are several gay districts that you should visit: Kreuzberg, Prenzlauderberg, and Schoneberg which hosts Berlin’s Gay Pride. Bars don’t close, so you can party all night long.


Metro Manila, Philippines


Despite clinging to its religious core views, Philippines has the most hospitable trait in the world and has the most expressive people in social media. The LGBTQ community in this country has also stood up to oppression for almost five decades already. However, Filipino travelers amidst by the may tourists this country is welcoming every year, the Philippines is a great escape for the queer folk.





Vietnam is an up and coming gay tourist destination.  Its government struck down its ban on same-sex unions, although the government does not yet recognize same-sex unions.  But you can still go there to have fun, see the incredible sights, and experience the fascinating culture.  Ho Chi Minh City is still called Saigon by its residents: it and Hanoi offer gay-friendly accommodations, bars and clubs, and saunas.



Cape Town, South Africa

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Cape Town is not only one of the most gay-friendly cities in Africa: it also has breathtaking scenery.  Most gay hotels, bars, and clubs are located in an area called “De Waterkant.”  Clifton Third is known as one of the best gay beaches in the world.  The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is a hopping place with fun street performers, restaurants, and a great view of Table Mountain.


Nothing should stop someone anyone else not just the LGBTQ community from traveling, let us help you leap around the world. Visit to find a safe home away from yours.