Travel | Visa Guide

How to Successfully Get a Japan Tourist Visa in Qatar? | Visa Guide for Filipinos

By on May 15, 2017

Japan has been one of every Filipino’s dream destinations. We wanted to go there for various reasons such as to see the cherry blossoms, taste the authentic Japanese cuisines, ski during the winter, experience Japan’s heritage and a whole lot more. But in order to make that “dream” of getting there a reality, the first step that every Philippine passport holders should do is to apply for a visa (apart from saving). 

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Airline Reviews | Travel

Airline Review | Flying with Cebu Pacific from Doha to Manila

By on May 2, 2017

Cebu Pacific Air started their 9 hour direct flight from Doha to Manila last 2015. When I first learned about this, I was kinda hesitant to try it due to comfort, entertainment, food, plus the ticket cost is not that cheap unless you were able to score a piso fare. But all these hesitations slowly went away when I heard from some friends that their experience with the airline was not bad after all. 

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Travel | UK

A Trip to Roman Baths and Stonehenge Last Summer | Golden Tours UK

By on March 11, 2017

Somebody asked me before our trip, What do you want to see in UK?” Without thinking, I immediately blurted “The Stonehenge.” Then he sarcastically said, “Really? But those are just stones.”

Well, indeed that was true, they are just stones, but there’s more to that which made me want to see it.

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Travel | UK

Our Two-Day Itinerary in Edinburgh (Part 4) | Exploring the Rest of Royal Mile

By on February 18, 2017

The cobbled stone pavement of the Royal Mile was filled with street performers and viewers, as the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Event (annual military performance every August) was celebrated by the city that time. We were a bit exhausted and hungry after visiting some places, so we took a break and decided to eat at Oink. It is a small eatery located at one of the famous streets in Old Town called Victoria Street. They are known for their hog roast rolls which is kinda unique for my taste. 

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Travel | UK

Our Two-Day Itinerary in Edinburgh (Part 3) | Exploring the Rest of Royal Mile

By on February 15, 2017

The city of Edinburgh has two well known areas, they call it the Old Town and the New Town. Most of the tourist attractions can be found at the Old Town which is also considered the historical and medieval part of the city. The New Town on the other hand was the result of an expansion made during the 18th century since the Old Town was beginning to be overcrowded. It was named as such since it was “new” during that period, but not at present time. Classical Georgian style buildings dominate this part of the city, which apart from being a residential area, it also houses some restaurants and shops. 

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