Krabi Hot Spring & Tiger Cave

I began this blog in 2009 because I was unsure about a lot of things in my life but I knew two things: 1) I needed a change, and 2) I needed to write about it. Writing helped me process my thoughts and capture whatever moment I was in, even if that moment was foggy and hard to see through. As I began writing, I learned that other people were coming in and out of similarly foggy places, and that it was comforting for them to hear about someone else processing their journey. If you are in saudi arabia and holding a philippine passport its a lot easier to apply visas here. my S.korean visa only took two working days. i think turkey and greece a week to be approved but still mas mbilis na yon dba? my japan visa 3 days. and if u plan to travel to malaysia its more easier from here to malaysia than frm MNL.

What you will love about Geneva is its extensive public transport system, which can conveniently take you to deeper into the city beyond its luxurious five-star hotels, myriad of banks, jewelry and chocolate shops. This will not only acquaint you of the true Genevese culture but will expose you to a myriad of surprises that this wonderful city is ready to blow up.

We would be traveling from St. Augustine, Florida to Columbia, SC (east coast of the US) and back again for a wedding. Here’s a map that shows the Amtrak train route from Jacksonville to Columbia (we departed from Jacksonville because there is no train station in St. Augustine).Tavel

President Trump wants to pitch tax reform aggressively. Our sources expect him to make the case for the plan by barnstorming the Midwest states he won in November. Reince Priebus is in charge of his schedule, so this will be a major test of his organizational skills.

The Senate health care vote is off for at least a week, maybe more, as Republicans wait for John McCain to come back from eye surgery. That gives the bill’s critics more time to put pressure on the moderate holdouts — and it’s more time for damaging studies to come out.

The White House is engaging CEOs across the country, looking for them to hold town halls, do media appearances, and write letters to their employees explaining the benefits of tax reform. They want members to return to their districts in August and hear from business leaders and other influential constituents about why tax reform needs to get done.