Practical Tips to Save on Flights


ShareTweet How to Travel Cheap in the PhilippinesIn traveling, three of the most expensive expenses are transportation, accommodation and food. Imagine saving atlas 30% from flights. This savings can be used to book tours or hostels. 1. Book on a Tuesday (or Wednesday). Airlines usually have cheaper flights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays compared on weekends since there are more people looking for flights on weekends. This is just simple economy, the more the demand, the higher the price. Insider Tip: It is also cheaper if you book 45 days +/- before your intended departure. I don’t know the reason for […]

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Photo Essay: 25 Things I Love About Pretty Pai (3 of 3)

Art in Chai

ShareTweet It is interesting that Pai from where I live means “friend.” “Kamusta na pai?” (How are you friend?). Palawan’s version of the Visayan bai. And maybe that name has some cosmos power that it divides the barrier of culture and indifference among those who visit the town of Pai in Northern Thailand. So different when you compare to Bangkok where you also meet interesting travelers. But Pai, Pai is going inside a cafe alone and going out with at least an invitation to go here or meet later for beers. You will never be alone. I don’t know how that […]

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How I Got my Schengen Visa from Switzerland Embassy


ShareTweet I am indebted from friends’ blogs and experiences about applying for Schengen Visa and I thought of recounting my experience for those who wants to apply for a Schengen Visa. First of all, let me get this straight, if you are among those who wants to apply for a tourist visa and then look for a job anywhere in the Schengen area, please don’t. A lot of Filipinos who just want to tour Europe get denied because of people like you. That goes the same way to those applying for a US Visa. Second, I have a valid Philippine passport […]

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