My Rationale for 2+3 Travels

The succeeding posts will be about how I went about my planning the trips and the travel itself. Hope I am able to inspire and help other people who are in the same boat as we are.

I had started writing blogs before, but never really continued writing them. I would start and then I would fade into the anonymous internet, ending up living vicariously through somebody else’s Facebook posts. This one, I am hopefully committed to follow through. As our family is now living overseas: my husband and I as overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and our children are living with us here. Continue reading “My Rationale for 2+3 Travels”

Fall Travel 2016: Places We Visited

I know, I know. Five months too late. But I still have the pictures so I can still post them here. Just holler in the comments if you have questions about these places. I will try and answer them as best as I can (or remember)!

(All pictures were taken by my family. None from the internet.)

Where did we go in Budapest?

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Fall Break Trip Planning: Getting Our Schengen Visa 2

To read the first part of this blog series, just click this link.

Last 2 September, we had our appointment booked to appear at the visa processing center here in Tbilisi. My husband and I had to appear, together with our daughter who had to make an appearance as well. She’s 14 years old. My other two children, ages 6 and 4, did not have to make an appearance and are exempted from paying the Schengen visa. Anyway, we came at the appointed time with papers in hand and our passports for submission. In Tbilisi, VFS Global handles the Schengen visa processing so we just had to make our appearance in their office.  Continue reading “Fall Break Trip Planning: Getting Our Schengen Visa 2”

Fall Break Trip Planning: Getting our Schengen Visa

We were supposed to visit Budapest next month, but my eldest has a problem with her travel consent (complicated and uninteresting). Scheduling for an appointment now would mean about a month and half waiting period to secure an appointment. The earliest we can do it is in September, so we have no choice but to move the trip during our fall break. Continue reading “Fall Break Trip Planning: Getting our Schengen Visa”