We touched down before the break of dawn. Upon entering the airport, I was welcomed by the flamboyant colours of the wall, the ceilings and the flooring. The way to the immigration showcased deities; it showed so much of the country's culture. Mumbai is not a city, it's a way of life. -Subhasis Das Before … Continue reading Mumbai in the Eyes of a Foreigner
I'm excited and kicking! In two weeks, I am going to India's financial capital, the powerhouse of Bollywood, the city that never sleeps - Mumbai! Ever since I got married to a Mumbaikar, I haven't had the chance to visit the country and meet the entire family. This, for the first time, is the moment … Continue reading How To Get an Indian Visa for a Filipino in Dubai UAE?
Before embracing the summer of 2019, my friends and I pedaled the 85-km uninterrupted loop. Of course we were not able to finish the entire track, yet we had so much fun cycling along the glorious and picturesque desert that's home of sandland's Oryx, camels, among others. Weekend 2 Hour bike rent with helmet for … Continue reading Fri-cling at Al Qudra Cycle Track
Happily ever after had started! We, The Findians (Filipino-Indian couple) are finally married! After two weeks of family bonding in Dubai, we were so thrilled to have our Honeymoon trip to Armenia! Armenia is located in the South Caucasus, bordered by Georgia from the north, Iran from the south, Artsakh from the east, Azerbaijan from … Continue reading The Findians Honeymoon: Armenia Winter Travel 2018-19
Just like that, it's 2019 in a few hours! This year has just been so moving, interesting and awesome, I cannot help but express how grateful, blessed and blissful I am. I am overwhelmed of how the Lord keeps His promises. For He has always planned to give us hope and a future: I got … Continue reading 2018 – Blessed and Blissful
People forget years but they remember moments. -Ann Beattie DAY 3 (March 25) We opted to tour around Aqaba city for our last day trip. We found a much lesser rate with new-found friends. We were able to take time during the breakfast and started the city tour midday. Anciently called as Ayla, Aqaba … Continue reading JORDAN TRIP (3 Day Itinerary-Day 3)
Travelling leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller. -Ibn Battuta This quote may sound cliché but guess life is but a sweet maxim of real experiences. Once you travel, you go home revamped and tweaked - you're never the same. Day one of our trip left us completely whacked. But with power … Continue reading JORDAN TRIP (3 Day Itinerary-Day 2)
"To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries." - Aldous Huxley After my trip to Georgia last October, I have fallen in love with culture and diversity - visiting countries has become a drug. After loads of tasks at work, I filed for a well-deserved leave and flew to Jordan. … Continue reading Jordan Trip (3 Day Itinerary-Day 1)
For twenty three years of my life, I have been used to elaborate celebration of Christmas. We always allotted much time for the season: church nights, seemingly never-ending Christmas parties, bunch of gifts, the list goes on. It has always been the happiest time of the year! For the last four years, I have celebrated … Continue reading Christmas in Dubai 2017
DUBAI – a once vast desert turned into one major metropolis in the world. It’s the home of the tallest building on earth, the Burj Khalifa and the spectacular seven-star hotel, the Burj Al Arab. It attracted vast population of tourists and workers for sights of majestic and extraordinary structures and for a venture of … Continue reading What to Expect in Coming to Dubai?