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    Asia,  Travel

    6 Best Cheap Things To Do in Busan, Korea

    Just a 3-hour train ride away from Seoul is the coastal city of Busan— the second largest city in South Korea. Despite being a metropolitan city, the lifestyle in Busan is much more laid back than that of Seoul. It’s most famous for its ̶z̶o̶m̶b̶i̶e̶s̶ beaches and serene hiking spots making it a popular tourist destination during the summer. But no matter the season, there are always plenty of things to do in Busan! Here are 6 of the best cheap things to do in Busan. 1. Visit Gamcheon Culture Village This is by far my most favorite place in the whole of South Korea. Gamcheon Culture Village is like…

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    Korea Budget Travel: 7 Cool Ways To Save on Your Trip

    South Korea is finally gaining more attention after making waves (or hallyu waves) across the world. Although for many, South Korea still remains as kimchi and kpop, it’s definitely way more than that. With its rich culture, colorful quaint villages, unruffled nature, and jaw dropping innovations, South Korea has become one of my favorite countries in Asia. And what better way than to explore it on the cheap? So, here are 7 cool ways to save on your trip for your Korea budget travel! 1. Rent a Hanbok when visiting palaces Hanbok is the traditional attire of South Korea which goes as far back as 1,600 years ago. In the Joseon Dynasty, both…

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    How To Apply For Schengen Visa For Filipinos At Czech Embassy

    To all passport holders from a developing country, you need a Schengen Visa to travel to Europe. A Schengen Visa basically lets you travel to 26 countries* within the Schengen area. It’s very convenient for those of you who are traveling to more than one country in Europe! Your Schengen visa lets you one step closer to your Eurotrip! So, here’s how to apply for Schengen Visa (short-term) at the Czech Embassy in Manila, Philippines. *The Schengen states include: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Note: You…

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    Europe,  Travel

    Paris On A Budget: 5 Tips For Student Travelers

    I think we’ve all dreamt of going to Paris at least once in our life. And some of us may have even been thinking about it since we were kids. I, for one, couldn’t stop thinking about going to Paris ever since I watched Mr. Bean The Movie. Wouldn’t you wanna try fresh oysters and huge ass prawns in Paris after watching Mr. Bean? But here’s the problem, you’re tight on budget. You’re only a student (or on a student budget) and you think you can’t enjoy the best of Paris. WRONG. Anyone can enjoy the city of love without spending a million bucks. And I’m here to tell you how to visit Paris…

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    Europe,  Travel

    Free Admission To Paris Museums For Non EU Citizens

    Paris is home to some of the most famous museums in the world. I’m sure you’ve heard of the Louvre or the Musee d’Orsay as they are two of the most popular attractions in Paris. But if you’re a budget traveler like me, admission to these museums can be expensive and most of the free entry are usually only for EU citizens. But what about for those who have a different nationality? Well, fret not because I’m giving you a list of free admission to Paris museums if you’re a non EU citizen under 26 years old! Note: You need to be under 26 years old and have a long term Schengen visa (3…

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    2017 NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION

    After letting so many opportunities for travel posts go by, I have finally finally started my own travel blog! I’ve been wanting to make one since last year beginning with my travels in Japan but fear and lack of motivation kept on holding me back. This year, I have so many plans laid out for travels and I simply cannot bare to let the opportunity pass by anymore. So here’s to taking big risks and even bigger leaps. Here’s to 2017. Cheers!