Tokyo, Sapporo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Nagoya are just some of the most famous cities to travel to and all of them are located in one amazing and beautiful country of Japan. It is no surprising that Japan is one of the most visited countries in the world because of its unique culture and well-preserved tradition. For Filipinos, acquiring a Japan Visa is a prerequisite in entering the country. As an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) living in Macau, I need not to go back to the Philippines to apply for one. It is possible to get it from my current country of residence.
We are used to taking a 2-hour flight from Macau, where we are currently living, to the Philippines, our home country. The longest flight that we had was a four-hour flight to Thailand. And even that, is like a I-seat-finish-one-book-and-voila-we-are-here flight. Long distance flight is not something we are accustomed to. Not until we made our trip to the United States.
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