Since a lot of people in a certain forum keep on asking for a copy or format of an Affidavit of Support, here it is 😀 Click this link, copy paste whatever is written and then edit. You can also click “File” under “Affidavit of Support” on the top left and “Download as” or “I-download… Continue reading Affidavit of Support Format
Are you here because you want a visa so you can visit Japan and see the cherry blossoms? Or do you want to try authentic Japanese food and see for yourself if it is indeed true that sushi there melts in your mouth? Or are you perhaps an anime or manga lover and wanted to… Continue reading How I Got my Japanese Visa (Tips and FAQ)
Before I go to the highlight of this trip (aka pictures), I will share first the back story on how we got to this place. Hehe. For the past few months, me and my college blockmates were talking about having a getaway. Initially, we planned on going to Ilocos and since it was announced that… Continue reading Masbate – Exploring the Beauty of Burias Island
People go to Siargao to surf, but this may come to a surprise to some people that Siargao actually has a collection of good beaches — and one of them is the Magpupungko Beach. The Magpupungko Beach is a 1 hour 30 minute ride from General Luna by motorbike. Price range for a round trip… Continue reading Siargao’s Magpupungko Beach and Tidal Waves
Booked our flight tickets 3 months before this trip. After some conflicts in schedule, my supposedly 3 and a half day trip was cut short to 2 and a half days. PS: If you find this entry too long and you want to see the summary of my itinerary, you can find it at the… Continue reading Siargao Diary – Good Times, Blue Sky and Sunshine
If ever you are wondering how much money you need to be able to visit the surfing mecca of the Philippines aka Siargao, then you are definitely on the right place! Okay, let’s get to the highlight shall we? The table below shows the summary of my expenses: And here is the promised detailed breakdown… Continue reading Siargao – Budget Summary
My friends and I booked a Manila – Siem Reap and then a Bangkok – Manila plane tickets for our yearly getaway. Being the team planner (lol) that I am, I started researching for ways on how to cross the border. After 5 minutes of research, I had the impression that crossing the border is… Continue reading Siem Reap to Bangkok through Nattakan Transport Co.