Entering the Embassy of South Korea, the guard just welcome us with a smile on his face knowing that we will apply for tourist visa, and followed it with a response, “Oh! someone just got rejected today.”
The memories are still clear when I first laid my eyes on Souq Waqif for the first time. It was a feeling that made me realize, Ahhhhh this is Qatar!
Even so, I couldn’t seem to count how many times I have visited this place. It has been a part of my journey from the very beginning. It makes me travel back in time where Qatar was still a small fishing village back on its own history. Walking on its corridors while crossing different types of strangers and seeing arrays of merchandise presented in every store is a fusion of modern and traditional kick.
I will definitely bring you with me as I journey myself again to this beautiful maze and historic Souq Waqif. Let’s go? Continue reading “TALE AS OLD AS TIME | SOUQ WAQIF”
Truthfully speaking, El Nido has highlighted its beautiful beaches and lagoons not just in the Philippines but also to the whole world. It has become one of the top tourists destination for all types of travelers.
Striked with its beauty, I have truly left my heart in it.
It’s always best to see something in person rather than to see on their instagram feeds drooling over the photos captured in El Nido Palawan – a scenic paradise. Continue reading “WHAT NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT EL NIDO PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES”
After almost 2 years of being an expat I can now say that I had tried one of the “most-suggested-adventure” to try here in Middle East, and that is Sand Dunes.
As you know, and as everyone knows dessert is the main spot here in Middle East. That’s seems to be obvious anyway! Hehe
This adventure is also part of my last Eid Adventure this past week. And this is the last leg of my Eid Al Adha 2016 Advenutre and just bear with me because I am still elated. Continue reading “Legit Expat: Now on Move”
Hep hep hooray!
I bet you’ve been wondering why my current posts are inclined to outdoor and beaches despite the fact that I am here in the land of dessert, Qatar.
Well hey! Qatar is surrounded by good beaches also. That’s the one thing I truly love in this place, the smell of the sea salt water and the wind breeze when I got the chance to pass by Corniche area. Annnnd yes, I am a self-proclaimed beach lover.
It’s basically holiday here in Middle East because it’s the second of the two special holidays for Muslims. So holiday means no work day – vacation! It is usually a three-day-non-working-day for the most, but fortunately mine was a total of seven days including Friday and Saturday which is a regular day-off in our office.
Most of the expats leave the country for vacation to other country or some may prefer to visit their home countries. Hello! That’s quite a long vacation so you might want to spend those days with something special.