Cuba Travel Guide for Filipinos and British Passport Holders. Cuba Travel Guide for Filipinos and British Passport Holders (Aside from some specific visa and travel details for my fellow Filipinos, this article is applicable to any nationality!) We don’t claim to be experts on Cuba as we only had a week visiting this beautiful country, however, we wanted to share our experience of British and Filipino traveling to Cuba, as well as useful Cuba travel information for any nationalities.
Israel Travel Guide for Filipinos with Philippines Passport.In this article, I’ll be talking about the following topics: Free Visa for Philippines Passport Holder and Entry Requirements The Israel Stamp Problem – Visa Issues if you are working as an OFW in the Middle East MONEY – How much pocket money should you take? How to get there from the Philippines, Middle East or Europe? Where to go?
For those who are planning on visiting the country, here are 10 fun and interesting facts that you must know about the Philippines! via iAmAileen.com/10-things-foreigners-should-know-about-the-philippines/ #themoreyouknow #travel #facts
Philippines // "Puto" - a purple-coloured dessert served at Christmas, made of sweet rice cooked in hollow bamboo tubes placed on a special steamer-cooker. When cooked, they are spread with margarine and sprinkled with sugar and grated coconut
When traveling to Cuba make sure to spend a few nights in Trinidad Cuba. Trinidad is Cuba’s best preserved colonial town, with the old part of Trinidad being a UNESCO heritage site since 1988. Trinidad, like most colonial towns, is a gorgeous with brightly colored buildings and cobblestone streets. Don't forget your camera!