When I plan my trip, I searched through google and asked some first-hand experience from my friends who already went there. But with Myanmar, although google was very helpful (thanks to western travelers who featured Myanmar in their blogs and vlogs), I only found a few articles from Filipino travelers.
Social Media proves to be a powerful tool when it comes to promoting tourism. We’ve seen that with Kalanggaman Island and ever since it was discovered in social media, the place is attracting more tourists each day.
That’s what happening now with Carnaza Island. It has been quite a popular summer destination these days in Cebu. Just like with Kalanggaman, the island is receiving more and more tourists every day. If you want to know how to get to the last frontier of Cebu, where to stay and what to do....
I met Lance through our love for books and writing. He’s a teacher by profession and at the same time writes for Precious Hearts Romances under the pseudo name of “Ravene Valdrez.” A wide reader, movie/series buff and calls himself “The Alien Traveler.” He’d been to different places in the Philippines and in SouthEast Asia and his instagram profile will be the proof of that!
Unlike what most of Filipinos think, applying for Japan visa is simple and easy! Here’s how we did it. We submitted our requirements to Friendship Travel Agency. They’re the only agency here in Cebu City who is authorized by the Japan Embassy. All travel agencies that offers Japan Visa application here in Cebu still forwards your documents to Friendship Agency.
It has always been my dream to go to Japan since I love 90s anime. I enjoy listening to Japanese conversation even if I don't have any clue about what they're saying. And when the Universal Studio - Japan launch teh Wizarding World of Harry Potter (WWoHP), I was more determined to set foot in the Land of the Rising Sun. But then people said that travelling to Japan is more expensive compared to other Asian countries.
Not to us! So yes, you read it right! You can spend twenty seven thousand pesos for 10 days and 9 nights in Japan! Curious on how we did it?