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
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
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 Licence in the UK through the Online Application
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
22 days before my last day at work, we held a small Halloween party at work. There were 6 teams and each should have had a representative for the costume contest. In 12 hours before the party, someone in the team where I belong asked me if I can represent our Poltergeist Team. I realized … Continue reading A Last-Minute Halloween Costume
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