- Nina: I booked the tour through my guesthouse. Most hostels and hotels would have tours on offer, or have contacts to...
- yajero: Hi! May i know where did u book for that river cruise to see the proboscis monkey? Is it the klias? Can u pls...
- Wandering Jen: Great post! Like you, I am not a huge trekker, but I feel like I pull this one off. Just to see that...
- Nina: Nope, it’d be better if you buy tickets separately if you’re just going to travel by train within...
- milaiski: Hi Ms. Nina! My friends and I are planning to go to Japan for about 10 days. Our itinerary will beSapporo...
- dahlia ricardel: is there bpi branch in pilar masbate?
- Chyn: Hi guys.. may ask ako, si BF kase ng open ng new bank account pwede ba yung bago ipresent? Di kase siya access...
- Nina: I have yet to see any pregnant women there. Best to call the spa or ask your doctor.
- tina: Is it safe for pregnant woman?
- Nina: You can’t.
- cherry: How to apply a visa if you don’t have yet a passport ???
- Flyhigh: Anyway i am applying for brisbane
Traveling isn’t cheap. Well, it *can* be cheap, but if you travel a lot on your own money, the bills rack up and trust me, it ain’t pretty. I’m always on the look out for additional sources of income to finance my trips, and I was pretty glad to get an e-mail from Patrick Gavin of Text Link Ads, announcing their new product: ReviewMe.com.
Say somebody is willing to pay for your plane ticket with any airline you prefer.
1) Pick the airline where your frequent flyer miles are. The airline isn’t too bad; it’s not at the bottom of the ratings list, but it’s nowhere near the top either.
2) Pick a different airline to experience the difference in service. This airline is one of the best in the world.
Last weekend, I went on a different kind of trip: a trip to the hospital.
I am a typical Sagittarian: optimistic. When it comes to hospitals though, I am terribly pessimistic. Whereas some people see hospitals as beacons of hope, birth and rebirth, I see it as a bringer of death.