SCHENGEN VISA: How To Apply through the Embassy of Spain 2019 (for Filipinos)

SCHENGEN VISA: How To Apply through the Embassy of Spain 2019 (for Filipinos)

A Schengen visa is a short-term visa that allows you to travel to all 26 of the Schengen-member states for tourism or business purposes. If you'll be spending most of your time in Spain, then you'll need to apply for a Schengen visa through the Embassy of Spain.
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From Dhobi Ghat to the Dabbawalas: Explore Mumbai on this Public Transportation Tour

From Dhobi Ghat to the Dabbawalas: Explore Mumbai on this Public Transportation Tour

There were three things I really wanted to do on my first-ever trip to Mumbai – visit Dhobi Ghat, see the dabawwalas in action, and go on a tour of Dharavi Slum. With just two full days in the city, I needed to be efficient with my time so I had to find a tour that covered as many of these places as possible. Thankfully, I found this one.
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Locavore: Creating Modern Cuisine with Local Produce in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Locavore: Creating Modern Cuisine with Local Produce in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Locavore is a modern European-Indonesian restaurant located in Ubud, Bali. As its name suggests, they're all about using local products. About 95% of their ingredients are sourced from within the country, from the Balinese Kintamani coffee and hand-crafted sea salt to the pickled seaweed from Lombok to the beef short ribs from Malang, Java.
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Toyo Eatery: The Most Inventive Filipino Restaurant in Manila?

Toyo Eatery: The Most Inventive Filipino Restaurant in Manila?

Nationalistic in his cooking approach, Chef Navarra is known for his playful and inventive takes on classic Filipino dishes like lugaw (rice porridge), relyenong pusit (stuffed squid), and pork bbq. His presentation may be contemporary but the dishes themselves – and ingredients used – are staunchly Filipino.
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The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore (2019)

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore (2019)

In spite of its facade of steel and glass, Singapore retains much of the ethnic and cultural diversity that earned it its nickname – “the melting pot of Asia”. Iconic structures like Marina Bay Sands and Supertree Grove are impressive but equally of note are the ethnic pockets within the city that preserve each culture’s unique heritage and traditions.
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