Planning on traveling soon? Going to France, US, or Japan? It can be quite discouraging knowing that these countries have strict visa requirements. Applying for visa is time-consuming and costly and there’s no reassurance that you’ll get one – plus you wont get your money back when you get denied.Continue reading “2019 Visa-Free Destinations for Philippine Passport Holders”
Many people visit Japan and don’t speak or understand the Japanese language. If you find yourself wandering around the city and you feel like you have no way to ask directions, you don’t have to be afraid. From public transportation to tourist sites, there will be signs in English. If you approach the Information Booths, most of the people there are good at speaking English.
Oslob is a small town near the southern tip of Cebu Island that encompasses 21 villages, including Tan-awan. It has become a domestic and international hotspot for tourism since 2011 due to the whale sharks that swim close to the coast.Continue reading “The Ultimate Travel Guide to Oslob, Cebu”
I do not really support animal tourism. I have friends who already tried swimming with these gentle giants and came back home with exciting stories. I’ve been to Cebu several times but I’ve never been attracted to it. The only reason I did this is because I want to witness/experience first-hand how they operate the whale shark watching activity in Oslob.
Today where no one goes anywhere without their smartphones, great applications have become essential to learning new information, locating friends and of course, finding your way around new places. For those who likes to travel, there are a slew of travel apps that cover all the bases, while making travel a breeze and your vacation a memory you will remember forever.
Here are 10 must-have free apps when traveling to the Philippines.Continue reading “10 Must-Have Free Apps For Philippine Travel”