In order to help us deliver news that will be most relevant to you, please tell us a little about yourself. All I can say to all our kababayan is to play safe. If your are a job seeker, please go to POEA for full guidance and for the right job for you and to avoid unnecessary problem. But if you are really going abroad as a visitor, ask the respective consular office for proper guidance and please go ahead if you have sufficient fund. God bless us.
Several of my favorites include Indu Sundaresan’s Tureau, Tureau a tale of how the author came to be running from a bull-in-training named Eduard in the traditional bullfighting style of the South of France where a rosette is tied to the horns of the bull, and the bullfighters, rather than slaying the bull, attempt to grap the rosette; and when chased, leap over the wooden barriers surrounding the ring like circus acrobats.
hi guys,no need na to address my concerns,nabasa ko na po!thanks god bless us all! if we go straight from Manila – Tanzania via Dubai is there any paper required for Dubai, meaning transit will be in dubai. Did you remove or hide my post about Argentina visa? I wonder why? It did not do anybody harm in fact it is helpful to all Filipinos who want to travel to Argentina.
I’ve not travelled in a UStrain since I was a child, but I’ve travelled in the US on a train – there are places where Canadian trains take a shortcut across the border. 🙂 Trains are a fun way to go on a long trip, as long as one has time to enjoy the journey and not just jump to the destination. It’s one of my favourite ways to travel. European trains are particularly awesome – and fast!
We headed to Uzès without reservations for lunch, which is a major no-no in my book. We and our friends Steve and Mary, love good food and wine and our lunches together are usually a highlight of the day and source of fond memories. So we try to reserve before we head out.
We would really appreciate it if you could help us answer the survey questionnaires on our behalf. One of my favorite vacation spots is Calaveras Big Trees State Park in California. The stately redwoods and the remnants of logging days in the area combine to remind us of why these trees must be saved.