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. You can have the tickets mailed to you, or if there’s not enough time to mail them, you will be prompted to print out a confirmation page with a reservation number (that’s what we had to do). I’ve included a picture here to show what the confirmation page looks like. Keep this and take it with you to the train station. Hand over your confirmation page at the ticket office (or scan at the Quik-Trak machine) and you will receive your tickets. Here’s a gentleman getting his tickets at the ticket office. But remember there is NO TICKET OFFICE at remote unstaffed stations.
One of the best tourist spot to visit here will be the Krabi Hot Spring, yes they do have hot speing here too. What about dipping your body into naturally high water temp coming from underwater making it a natural sauna kind of mood. This place is considered to be one of the top tourist attraction here that you shouldn’t miss.
hi im presently working in qatar n i plan to travel to itenirary ticket from qatar stops over colombo then to singapore, same with my return i still need any visa for such country..?pls update me d soonest coz its this aug alredy..thnx so appreciated.
Iam Michael, an OFW working in Jeddah,KSA. I have my final exit on June 01,2015. There is a Malaysian company invited me to have my interview and probably for contract short, I need to travel in Malaysia from Jeddah (to be provided by them).What are the documents I need to prepare?I need to stay there not more than 30 days. The accommodation to be provided by them.
Hello I am just curious on how many months should i wait for my family reunion visa to be granted?Does anyone knows?or does anyone has an experience on this type of visa?i just had my interview today and they gave me a paper asking for additional copy of an ID of my sponsor who is also the father of my german son from germany,then dropby lang daw ng weekdays sa embassy to submitt..Thanks in advance!
I consult the consulate or embassy to the country I want to go. My advised is to keep all your passport already expired with the immigration stamps to the countries that you have been visited. Always bring documents with you all the time, even if it says no visa required. The embassy endorsement helps a lot even the very strict country you want to go visit. The countries I am talking about are the Israel, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Middle East, European, and Scandinavian countries. The more countries that you have been visited the more chances for you to get the endorsement. Of course, try to learn and know the travel and fees before you plan of getting a round trip ticket because it varies from the government requirements. Another point to know is to get the travel and tour package of the cities because it is more economical and enjoyable tour. Hopefully, not to go for TNT purposes. Good luck and Bon Voyage.