When in Georgia, the Soviet-era vibe is undeniably irresistible, let alone the architecture of buildings that have vintage vibes on them. Georgia has rich historical stories that can inspire us to see our daily lives in a positive light. Hubby and I visited Georgia in June 2022 and took a 12-hour tour to learn more... Continue Reading →
It happened in the year 2016. I went on an ambush tour in Oman in May and August. I was a tourist in the United Arab Emirates and had to change my visa status twice. Previously, if a tourist in the UAE wanted to extend their tourist visa, they had to leave the country and... Continue Reading →
What comes into your mind when you hear the place Dubai? The Middle East? Islam? Arab world? Desert? Camels? Burj Khalifa? Luxury? Money? Highly expensive? Women in full black robes? Honestly, at first, I didn't want to move to Dubai. Because I am afraid of what it could bring to me, it’s an entirely different... Continue Reading →
Villa Angela Heritage House is situated at 26 Quirino Blvd., Gen. Tinio, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur. It has free spacious parking in front of the heritage house and is only a few meters away from the main attractions of Vigan City. The most popular tourist attraction nearby is Calle Crisologo, which is only 290 meters away. At the entrance door, you will be welcomed by the gorgeous antique furniture, beautiful wooden parquet, mesmerizing bizarre pictures, and collectibles!
Who does love heavy traffic? I bet no one except me if I am on my favorite road! Yes, it sounds crazy, I may be late at work or whatever, who cares? Lol. E11 Road in Dubai is my kind of Road. E11 is commonly known as Sheikh Zayed Road (SZR) is my favorite road... Continue Reading →
Back in 2016 to 2018, I was based in Deira, Dubai UAE with my hubby. Deira is one of the most authentic Arabian places in the Middle East. Historically, Deira has been the commercial center of Dubai because it's in the border of Persian Gulf. It has a small port called Port Saeed along Deira's... Continue Reading →