Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ StumbleUpon Pinterest Dubrovnik, Croatia is a charming medieval town along the Dalmatian coast. When you see Dubrovnik you’ll know why they call it the Pearl of the Adriatic. Back in the 14th to 19th centuries, Dubrovnik had been an independent state called the Republic of Ragusa. The beautiful Dubrovnik beaches are definitely worth visiting if you want to chill and relax. Walking around the marble street and climbing the Dubrovnik city walls are also one of the favourite things to do by the thousands of visitors flocking thru the city each month. The old...Read More
Category: DIY Travel & Visas
Are you looking to find the various English tests and other accreditation bodies that you need for your Spouse visa, Work Permit, Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) and Naturalisation here in the UK? For the past 8 years that I have lived in the UK, there were countless times that the UK Home Office changed their rules around the immigration policies. Some of the things that they’ve implemented are the Secure English Language Test and Citizenship test (Life in the UK). I must admit that the changes to the policies are tougher on immigrants, with the goal to cut...Read More
Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ StumbleUpon Pinterest Getting a Schengen Visa from the UK is very straight forward. I first applied for my Multiple-Entry Schengen Visa when I still held a spouse visa permit and Philippine passport here in the UK. I will share with you on how I did the whole application process and requirements for Schengen visa. What is Schengen Visa? By the definition given by the European Commission, the Schengen visa is a short stay visitor visa (C visa) needed to travel freely within the Schengen States for 90 days in any 180 days period. What...Read More
Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ StumbleUpon Pinterest Solo travel using this travel itinerary to Indochina. I’ve always been fascinated by the mystical beauty of Indochina. The ancient temples and grandeur architectural designs of their buildings are really outstanding! It has a lot of character that reflects their culture and traditions. So after being inspired by a good friend who lives in Siem Reap, who has never failed in promoting the all the best things to do in Siem Reap and Bangkok, Thailand (other than shopping!) I’ve decided to tackle on to solo travel to Indochina starting from Siem Reap to...Read More
Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ StumbleUpon Pinterest I am privileged enough to become a dual citizen of the UK and the Philippines. No, I’m not a spy nor a special agent that has multiple passports and identities (nope, not technically). I can say that I have the best of both worlds (the East and West). My Philippine citizenship is my birthright, and I acquired my British citizenship through naturalisation. The Philippine law mandates that since I have gained a new citizenship from another country (The UK), my Filipino citizenship was automatically removed. I would have to re-apply to re-claim it....Read More
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