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Philippines, Siargao

Where to Stay in Siargao: Bravo Beach Resort

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Upon the recommendation of an officemate, I checked out Bravo Beach Resort’s website and was very much impressed with the resort’s aesthetics. I’m no architect so the best way I can describe the place would be: clean, refreshing and simple yet tasteful. See? It was hard not fall in love at first sight, so I booked a room for two pax in an instant. I was hoping to get a Double Room which was priced at P3,400/night, but I was told that all double rooms were fully booked on our travel dates. Given this, we got a Garden Room instead. Pricier at P4,500/night, but significantly larger as it has its…

Japan, Things To Know

Japan Visa Application Guide for Filipinos

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Applying for a Japan Visa in the Philippines is pretty straightforward. Just prepare all the requirements, submit it to any accredited visa processing agency nearest you, and then wait for your passport to be returned — hopefully with the desired Japan Visa in it. Now this may seem simple, but it can get quite complicated as you go along. It’s always best to familiarize yourself with the process before diving in, so here’s a step-by-step guide with some tips, based on our personal experience:

Cambodia, Things To Know, Vietnam

Cambodia-Vietnam Border Crossing Guide

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Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam is easily accessible from Siem Reap, Cambodia via two bus rides. You may choose to fly if you’re not a fan of long land travels, but it will definitely cost more. Since we were on a budget, we went with the bus option and only shelled out around PHP 1,800 per person when we travelled from Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh via Giant Ibis last June.

Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Things To Know, Vietnam

What to Pack: Prepping for a 2-Week Backpacking Trip Across Indochina

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Being the planning nerds that we are, another thing we personally look forward to when traveling (aside from making the itinerary) is actually planning and organizing the things we should bring ? However, we’ve never been in a trip longer than a week, so this 2-week Indochina backpacking trip was definitely a fun challenge, requiring us to travel light and fit two-week’s worth of things into a couple of carry-on bags. Below is a rundown of the things we did bring and how we organized them for an efficient and hassle-free commute.


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