10 Things You Need to Know Before You Marry Your Filipina

So, you met her, and you fell in love with her. She is caring, sweet and has that lovely skin. She sees you as a Brad Pitt and makes you feel like you’re the king of the world. Now, you want to marry her, and you will do whatever it takes to bring her to … Continue reading 10 Things You Need to Know Before You Marry Your Filipina

Travelling as a Couple: A 3D2N Itinerary in Sagada

  When asked of one thing that he would like to see in the Philippines, my husband would mention the rice terraces. The Banaue rice terraces are irrigated rice terraces in the mountains of north-central Luzon, created more than 2,000 years ago by the Ifugao people. In 1995 various sections of the terraces were designated … Continue reading Travelling as a Couple: A 3D2N Itinerary in Sagada

Memoirs of a Travel Themed Wedding

The 1st of April 2017 was the best day of my life when I married my one true love. Since the day that we arrived in England, we only had 3 months to finish all the preparations and other wedding essentials from the invitations to table decorations. When I think about it, I still could … Continue reading Memoirs of a Travel Themed Wedding

Family Travel: A Day Out at Warwick Castle

It was a beautiful sunny Saturday so we decided to visit Warwick Castle, the historical medieval castle which was developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. It is only a 37 minute drive from where we live and as a member of the English Heritage, we thought that the ticket prices would … Continue reading Family Travel: A Day Out at Warwick Castle

Travelling as a Couple: Honeymoon in the City of Love, Paris

  This lovely holiday took place on the 8th – 12th of September 2017.   It’s been a year since we went to Paris, France for our honeymoon. The city has always been my dream destination and I am so glad my amazing husband brought me to the City of Love. We flew on a Friday afternoon and got there … Continue reading Travelling as a Couple: Honeymoon in the City of Love, Paris

My Honest Review: Victoria’s Gourmet Tuyo

Tuyo (dried fish) is one of the many Filipino foods that I miss. A friend of mine gave me a spicy gourmet tuyo earlier this year which I really liked and ate it with rice every day. That is why when my mother got her visa to come over to the UK, one of the … Continue reading My Honest Review: Victoria’s Gourmet Tuyo

How I Got my Provisional Driving License in the UK through the Online Application

I am grateful that our house is located next to a train station. I can go to work or go shopping in the city centre without the need to take a bus or a cab. But after a year and seven months of living in United Kingdom, I had to face the truth - I … Continue reading How I Got my Provisional Driving License in the UK through the Online Application

Low Cost Ways to Send Money to the Philippines from UK

As a Filipino expat who supports her family back home, it is important for me to find ways to send money without costing a fortune. Fortunately, these days, there are other options to send money online besides Western Union. I do not suggest a bank to bank international transfer where transaction fee is such a … Continue reading Low Cost Ways to Send Money to the Philippines from UK

My First Festival Experience – Coventry Godiva Festival 2018

At age 27, I have just attended my first-ever UK Festival on September the 2nd. Back home, where I used to be an introvert, I would go to gigs but I have never gone to a proper festival like this one. Like they say, it’s never too late to try new things in life and … Continue reading My First Festival Experience – Coventry Godiva Festival 2018