Their slogan is right. It's time every Juan flies. 4 years ago I wouldn't have imagined spending a weekend in Australia, my birthday in Japan, our anniversary in China, Thailand and Cambodia, new year in Taiwan and a weekend with my mother and Mary in Hong Kong and Macau (as a Mothers' Day gift), all in… Continue reading My CebuPacific Story: 8 International Destinations In Three Years
“By 2020, 320 million international trips are expected to be made by youth travelers each year, a staggering 47% increase from 217 million in 2013,” David Chapman, director general for World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation said in his report (source: Forbes.com). These days, we have tons of travel groups that we can join for free… Continue reading DIY or Packaged Tour: Deciding Factors For Different Travelers
When I went solo to Sydney towards the end of July, I fell in love with it on a different level. Close to Japan-favorite level. So I spoke to my friends who have been there or who live there and asked them if they also felt the same way about the country. I won't speak… Continue reading Pinoy Travelers’ Confessions: Our Favorite Aussie Spots
Perhaps one of the most dreaded tourist visas to apply for is the B1/B2 visa to the United States of America, and for a number of reasons. For one, we keep hearing stories about consuls granting the visa to good-looking applicants, questions being tricky, their accent hard to understand. And on the other hand, while no… Continue reading USA Diaries: Get That US Tourist Visa For Your Philippine Passport!
When we learned that our travel dates fell on the Australian winter months, we had one thought in mind: humpback whale's migration. Oh well, two. Sh**, winter clothes! HUMPBACK WHALE WATCHING What's interesting about their migration is that they travel 16,000 miles each year as the seasons change. What people love about this… Continue reading Aussie Dreams 3: Of Humpback Whales’ Songs and Bondi Surf Action