A Rosé To Revere

If you’re a Filipino and a holder of Philippine passport who likes traveling and exploring the beauty of the world, but hates the visa requirement to some countries, frown no more for you can still go to wonderful places without hassle-visa-appointments. hi!i have plans of going to dubai only how dami hinihingi ng immigration bago ka umalis and i’ve heard marami ng hindi naka alis bcause of the new process here in phils like supporting docs of a relative b4 leaving to dubai… my friend told me to avoid hindrances is to get to SG muna or HK den dun nlang daw ako umalis papuntang dubai… my question is will that be a good idea or baka pgdating ko either SG or HK ma question ako at hindi rin ako mkaalis… pls let me know and if pwede give me a better idea. thank you so much!

Nabalitaan ko na ang mas okay pa ang Indiano saten dahil sa Embassy ng Italy mas sila yung na aaprove na mag ka visa kasi bumabalik sila sa country nila.. hindi sila nag TTNT. Kaya sana gawin din na tin yun. Wag tayo kumapit sa patalim kasi mas malaki ang karma nun at yung gagawin mo is sa benefit ng mas nakakadami.

Much to my relief, I saw my race-buddy waiting for me at the top of this hill. I was able to get back on my bike, regroup, and ride out the whole second half feeling deeply relieved that there were some downhills, not to mention the entire ride was really just peaceful and beautiful, despite how demanding it was for me.Tavel

Argentina, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Nevis, Portugal, Spain, St. Kitt’s, St. Maarten, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA, Vatican City. The list of countries below doesn’t require a visa for Filipinos prior to arrival. All you need are passport, plane tickets / itinerary, and some money for your tour.

It’s been over a year since I last wrote. The break was deliberate — a deliberate separation of my travel writer self” and my evolving physical therapist self.” These two selves” have been in transition over the last 3.5 years, with the travel writer adventurer fading into the background as the diligent and determined grad school student cautiously crept out to take center stage. Now I’ve officially arrived at the midpoint of my grad school journey, so it’s time to high-five my classmates, and take a look around. For the first time, I’m more physical therapist than travel writer; I’m more in this new career than out.

Always have meals at regular interval, however, when traveling, meal schedules tend to get disrupted. So take any healthy snacks, sandwiches, fruits, nuts, and bottled water with you. This will come in handy if the traveling time takes longer than expected or if you encounter a problem with local food. Snacks will also help keep nausea at bay.