I was frightened to own a credit card before because I’ve heard a lot of things saying that having a credit card can put you into too much trouble when it comes to your finances. Not to mention the fact that it is not always easy to get one, especially if it’s your first time and you are only starting to build your credit score. But in these days when everything you need is almost online, owning a credit card has become a necessity. Flight bookings, ITunes, Netflix subscription, online shopping, online membership, etc. require credit card for payment and if you do not have one, then you must look for other alternatives. But before owning a credit card you must first know some few things: Why own a credit card? When to own one? How to use it? If you do know the answers to these questions, then yes, maybe you need one.Read More
Here is the second volume, the last 15 sites, included in the Historic Centre of Macau that is listed on World Heritage Site list of UNESCO. On the first volume of this article we’ve already seen on pictures some of the oldest temples in Macau like, A-Ma Temple and Sam Kai Vui Kan Temple, ancient churches like, St. Augustine’s Church and St. Lawrence’s Church, some Macau squares and of course, traditional Chinese site like the Mandarin House. But you haven’t seen all of it, because here are the rest of the Macau Heritage Site that would complement the Historic Centre of Macau.Read More
In 2005, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or more commonly know as UNESCO has inscribed The Historic Centre of Macau as a World Heritage Site. The Historic Centre of Macau is comprising of 30 well-preserved sites in the old city of Macau, 30 living testaments of the fusion of the East and the West cultures. The delegation of the site as a World Heritage has made it the 31st site in China to be granted this status.Read More
Macau is a tiny place, thus, the small airport. Flights flying to and from Macau are very limited that some tourists fly to and depart from Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). If Macau is only a side trip from your Hong Kong tour, it could be a waste of your precious time to travel back to Hong Kong City before heading to HKIA, not to mention the additional expenses you will have to incur in traveling to the city and then to the airport. You might want to explore Macau a little bit more and this will be possible and be made easy by taking the ferry from Macau directly to Hong Kong International Airport.Read More
It may be human nature that almost everyone is interested in hearing stories whether stories with factual basis or some stories that are merely heresay or rumor. We have this insatiable apetite for stories that would challenge our imagination and judgement. That is why, we all love to hear and read conspiracy theories no matter how ridiculous one story may be. Some conspiracy theories have been around for years now, and you cannot help but wonder why the stories never die of natural cause, could there be some truth to it or some people are just imagining things? Many theories were already been debunked, but the persistence of the conspiracy theorists were unwavering. Which led me to think that, we will see what we wanted to see and we will believe what we wanted to believe.Read More
It is only 2 days before Christmas and everyone is busy as a bee. Mothers are busy preparing food for Noche Buena, some are busy doing last-minute shopping, some are busy attending parties and some are preparing to go home to their each and own provinces to spend this yuletide season with the family. While the rest of the family are busy doing errands, kids are happy doing their own business.Read More
2015 is almost over, and in a few days we will be welcoming a brand new year, and that only means one thing, (i guess a lot of things) planning your next travel destination! If the Philippines is not on your list of your next travel destination, you might wanna reconsider that list, because the Philippines will definitely exceed your expectation. A lot of the Philippines tourist destinations are listed on UNESCO world heritage list and some, are even included, for a time in the 7 wonders of the world list.Read More
Everyone who is working abroad and away from his family may have a hard time feeling the spirit of Christmas. This is especially true for those who are working on countries that don’t typically celebrate Christmas like China. Back in the Philippines, you know that it is almost Christmas; when you hear Christmas songs playing on the radio, when you see vendors selling Christmas decors on the street, when your neigbours are starting to decorate their gardens and the facade of their homes with Christmas ornaments and lights, when it’s getting cold, when there are Christmas parties everywhere, when ABS-CBN has released its Christmas station ID or when you see trailers of movies for the annual MMFF, and most importantly, when your parents are already planning the menu of what you’ll have on Noche Buena.
This year is my 8th year of celebrating Christmas away from home. I may have gotten used to celebrating Christmas on a foreign country but that doesn’t mean I am forgetting why it is called the happiest season of all. In a way, I am still lucky to be working in Macau, thanks to Portuguese influence, the city is not lacking when it comes to celebrating this festive season. There are lights and Christmas decors everywhere, there are Christmas parties everywhere and there are churches keeping this tradition alive. If I am lucky and I don’t get to work on Christmas day, I look forward to what I’m serving on our noche bueno table.
Macau is a small place but rich in tourist destinations and places of interest. Over the years, with the help of its booming gambling business, Macau has solidify its place on the map of the best tourist spots. Macau has not disappoint any travelers as it offers more than what a traveler expects and what everyone asks for. Read More
Last December 1st, the CEO of Facebook and one of the richest men in the world, Mark Zuckerberg, published a letter addressed to his daughter, Max, that caught everybody’s attention. The letter that he and his wife, Priscilla Chan wrote maybe addressed to their daughter, but we all know that that was for everyone else too. The letter came at the most opportune time when almost all of us were busy minding our own lives, living for the present and forgetting the importance of leaving a legacy for future generations.Read More