Hi guys! As I’ve mentioned, I’m currently on my Master’s thesis. And while I’m doing this, I pretty much can’t post here. Though, I did update on opening a store for your K-pop and anything Korean needs:
Anyway, this post is really about me asking for help to complete my survey.
- you’re currently working as an Overseas Filipino
- you have worked as an Overseas Filipino before
- 15-34 years old as of answering the survey
- Filipino by nationality
Please help by going to this link –> Drivers of Self-Expatriation among Filipino Millennials
You can also help by sharing the link.
Thank you very much!
We’ve opened an online store for your Korean goodies needs! Check us out on the following links/handles:
Instagram – @kgoodsbatangas
Do drop by and say Hi!
We currently have our PABILI Service running, and there’s still time for reservation! Details and registration form below!
Form – PABILI Service
This is not part of my Seoul Travel Tips series, but I wanted to write it anyway. 🙂
When I went to Seoul solo last year, I made sure I have at least one new tourist place I visit that’s convenient and memorable.
Edinburgh is a beautiful city, in a gothic kind of way.
When I was younger, I loved the dark beauty of goth culture, but used it without justice.
Anyway, this post will not be about that but will be about a tour you can do in the city proper of Edinburgh.
We reached Scotland from England via Virgin Trains. Here is a graphical comparison of why it is much advisable to use fast trains to the heart of Scotland rather than fly to the northern UK territory.
On our last week in the UK, my Aunt decided that we visit Scotland for an overnight stay in the city of Edinburgh.
Here’s another entry for my South Korea tips for the beginner mid-budget traveler! Hopefully, this can help you in that first ever adventure to Seoul!
Since I began traveling mid-budget, I rarely stay at hotels. I’ve never stayed in a hotel in Seoul. But I loved staying at guesthouses.
Guesthouses, generally, gives you a feeling of community, like a home away from home – but not quite (depending on your perspective of home, I dare say). To begin with, I’ve stayed at three different guesthouses whenever I’m in town. This is because I still want to explore staying at different parts of town and find out which is the best neighborhood for me.
For this post, I’ll discuss each guesthouse based on the following criteria: proximity to nearest subway station, proximity to Airport Limousine Bus stop, breakfast, reception, toilet/bath, space, price, facility, night life, and shopping. These are the ten points I look at when choosing a hostel or guesthouse in general. This can be your starting point in choosing your guesthouse in Seoul. Or even in other cities.
To make comparing objective, I’ll give one (1) point if it’s positive, and zero (0) if it’s negative, and point five (0.5) if there’s both positive and negative, based on my experience. I will also give explanation as necessary.
So let’s get right down to each of them.