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Philippines: 8 Travel Tips During Covid 19

Last July, we traveled to the Philippines via Philippine Airlines flight from London Heathrow to Clark. Since my husband was assigned for temporary work only, we were categorized as non Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) travelers. We both carry our Philippine passports. If you want to check the latest updates on who can enter the Philippines, …

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Maidenhead, Berkshire: A Day Trip from Malmesbury

Last September, we went to Maidenhead to attend to some paper works. It’s far from Malmesbury so we’ve decided to go through some landmarks during our trip to maximize our time there. We went to Maidenhead by riding a bus to Swindon and a train through the Great Western Railway. The bus ride from Malmesbury …

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Exploring Our New Home: Malmesbury

Two weeks in and I think I now know my way around the important places around Malmesbury. We live along High Street which we think is the best location because of accessibility to shops, restaurants, and bus stations. High Streets in United Kingdom are the primary streets for commercial businesses in a town. You’ll find …

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Cainta’s Hidden Gem: Sammy’s Restaurant

We stumbled upon Sammy’s Restaurant through Facebook and was intrigued that they serve Indonesian food. The owners converted a section of their residential home to a small restaurant. They can accommodate at most twenty people which is perfect for an intimate dining experience. Three of my friends decided to go and visit the place. I …

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