Believe or not our friends from Australia wont’t let you in unless you have either a Visa or an Electronic Travel Authority, depending on your passport. Simple as that. Whatever your purpose is the Australian border controller needs to know what are you going to do in their country and why are you staying there. There a lot of countries eligible to get an ETA. Unfortunately some passengers still don’t know this and they still argue that they don’t need it just because they are from this and that country.
Dropping the argument down, we just help them apply for an ETA with kind heart and warm smile. Hit the net, let them apply for an ETA, print the response and then that’s it, Welcome to Australia!
Here’s the link to Australian Immigration website http://www.immi.gov.au/
Be a smart traveller! See you at the airport! :)
Streets of KL, Malaysia #travel #kl #my—
A self-made tour in Macau with hotel’s free shuttle service around and how to master the art of getting lost, getting a map, how to misplace the map and getting lost again. Warm up your hamstrings ‘cause we’ll be doing a lot walking and strolling in Macau.
..after an almost abandon state I’m now trying my very best to update it with my recent travel and adventures. Pray forgive me for the title because I have to include the title of the song I used in the video.
This one was shot in Macau, a whole day trip without spending too much. My expenditures during the trip includes ticket to and from Macau, Lunch, and Egg Tarts. Crazy lots of tasty egg tarts!
If you’re planning to visit Macau don’t forget to visit the Senado Square, Ruins of St. Paul Cathedral, and the hotels. Especially The Venetian, a glorious replica of Europe’s architectural designs and it has a realistic replica of Grand Canal in Venice INSIDE!!
Roam Around Happy Feet! xiao!
Surviving the attacks during World War II Vigan preserves it’s evident beauty with cobble stones streets, capiz windows and wooden exteriors, an evident influence of Spaniards in the Northern part of Luzon. Classifying it as Asia’s finest surviving example of Spanish colonial town. Vigan provides tourist a nice relaxing stroll along the street and exquisite food from nearby restaurants.
Coming from Manila Dominion Bus Lines and Partas serves a direct route to Vigan for 700php and 9hrs of travel time. You may also take buses going to Laog or Pagudpud via Florida Bus Lines. Ask the dispatcher to get you off in Bantay.
If you’ll be coming from Laoag you may take any buses bound south via National Highway. Follow link for Laoag guide.
Comfortable accommodation and Good service from Cordillera Inn, Grandpa’s Inn (+632 722-2128), and Villa Angela (+632 722-2914).
Pottery and Weaving Factories are also adamant in town. Check out RG Jar and Rowilda’s Weaving Factory to see them in action.
*Don’t forget to try their famous local dishes: Pinkabet, Puqui-puqui, Sinanglao, Okoy, Bagnet and ViganLongganisa.—