We’ve all heard it a million times–applying for a US Tourist Visa is one of the most horrific experiences a Filipino can go through in this lifetime. And it truly is. Well, it depends.
Back in Incheon after a long bus ride from Busan, we caught ourselves in the middle of a busy sidewalk, with thousands of university studs racing their way into the open grounds of Inha University.
Third time’s a charm? I only say so because I failed to achieve my goal of taking higher quality photos on my first 2 visits to Korea. Now I guess I finally got it right on the 3rd time!
When I travel, museums are always on my list of to-visit places. Oh how I just love museums. I get all ecstatic inside, like a kid in a candy shop! 😀
Left very early in the morning and we drove 5 hours to get to this beaut at the opposite side of South Korea (opposite to Incheon), the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Seoraksan National Park.
You might have seen some of the stunning, romantic scenery on this island in your favorite Korean dramas, and I never thought I’d actually get to go there in my lifetime.
Scorching hot day at this massive park of zoos, gardens, a museum, and an amusement park. But it was beautiful!
Right after wandering around Gwanghwamun Plaza and Gyeongbokgung Palace, we then made our way to lunch at Namdaemun Market. Unfortunately, I don’t have any shots of that because our Korean companions warned us of snatchers. Oh well, better safe than sorry. We instead, just made the most out of our very limited time for shopping.
We finally made it back to where we started our journey 2 weeks prior–Singapore.
Traveled a little over 4hrs from Butterworth, and arrived in Kuala Lumpur at past 3am, for a day stopover only.
It was a very tedious ride from Bangkok to Butterworth, Penang. We were on that train for literally, 23 hours! But what was worse was that we went 40 hours without a shower! Gross, I know. Let me narrate it to you.
After breakfast, a van picked us up from the hotel and fetched others on the way. We later on transferred to a bus at that station near Pub Street.
Like I said in my previous blog, our trip to Siem Reap was such an ordeal, that’s because we were ripped-off.
Our early morning JetStar flight to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) was very exciting. As the airport slowly came alive, the queues started to build up, we wondered why our flight schedule still wasn’t flashed on the screens. We asked some airport people but they only told us to wait…over and over again. Next thing we knew, our flight was already boarding! We almost missed our flight! But thank God for some people who helped us and let us cut through the line. And boy was the run from check-in to the gate, long! Haha