It was sometime in 2016, when Tep and I applied for a US tourist visa in Qatar. I remembered it was raining so hard in Doha that time and the traffic was so heavy. Our appointment was at 7:00 am but we arrived at the US Embassy around 7:30 am already. Both of us were nervous, we thought of rescheduling it, but decided to try our luck.
Were we able to get the visa? Yes!! Want to know what we did to get approved? Read on.
Being a newbie in the blogosphere, one of the issues that I usually face is not having the right amount of traffic on my blog. Often times, I am on the verge of giving up because I feel that despite writing good posts, it can only reach few potential readers. Due to this, I’ve tried reading various articles on how to properly draw attention to every blog post that I write. One of the ways suggested is by participating at blog link ups, as this would not only drive traffic to your site but would also connect you to other bloggers on your chosen niche.
Despite being both located in the Caucasus Region, Georgia and Armenia are two countries that offers different travel experience among its tourists and visitors. These countries are adjacent to each other and the distance between its capital cities Tbilisi (Georgia) and Yerevan (Armenia) is only 286 km, thus the reason why a lot of travelers usually opt to do land trips and visit these two places.
I have been living in Doha, Qatar for quite sometime now, but I must say that the places I’ve visited are limited only to those that are close to the city. This is the reason why I told myself to get out more often in order to be familiar with what Qatar has to offer, especially now that it is opening its doors for tourism.
Capiz is a small province located in Western Visayas, Philippines. Usually, this place is not among the first destination in your mind whenever you visit the country. But what you don’t know is that, despite being small, there are still loads and exciting things that you can do here.