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Why is Armenia the Better Option for Exiting OFWs?

Ken+Kat’s 2nd Installment to “Buhay OFW” series. <3

One of the things that Pinoys have to deal with when changing visa or on expiration of tourist/ visit visa is exiting the UAE and re-entering with a fresh visa- a visa policy faced by many expatriates in UAE. 1,544 more words


Personal: Airport Scenes

Disclaimer: This is based in a random shower thought.

Today, I woke up at around 4:30am. I was hungry or at least thirsty. When I went out of the room, I saw my aunt washing her face, my cousin – who, I thought, just finished her laundry and my sister reviewing for her special examination. 148 more words


The "Two Years Only" Agenda

Flashback to summer 2012, when I was in the middle of a tricky state of affairs involving my job, my master’s degree and my constant longing for something nerve-wracking, I got a call from my former boss about a job opening in their Middle East office. 584 more words


ABROAD (Mga Kwentong OFW)


Touched Down.
Napakasarap sa pakiramdam na makalipas ang higit 2 taon na pagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa, sa wakas ay nakabalik na sa lupang sinilangan. Sabik na sabik ako mayakap ang pamilya ko na naghihintay sa Arrival Area ng Clark International Airport. 533 more words


Food Trip Blog-A-Thon - Uno Pizzeria & Grill

Another installment of my Foodtrip Blog-A-Thon – This time a restaurant I eagerly awaited to be in Qatar. I first dined UNO in City Center Mall in Dubai, UAE and I am a fan of the theme and of course the food.  151 more words


What's next after the adaptation?

A few months back, I wrote about my success in earning my registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. Along with it, I have received several questions over a period of time and one of the most common is, what’s next after passing the adaptation? 821 more words

Playing Volleyball! INC Unity Games 2017

Last month, I started practicing for volleyball with my sister. But the initial practice proved to be the last one because I never attended again. Why? 124 more words