Signing up and subscribing in travel websites have a lot of advantages especially if you’re the type of person who travels frequently or you simply need an inspiration and just decide on a whim if you shall book that trip or not.
These days, a number of travel apps have emerged making lives of people who are always on the go a bit more convenient. One of my current favorites is Traveloka App, who I am glad had found their way to the Philippines!
I already used Traveloka App in the past and was happy with how fast and smooth the transaction was. More than that, I was happier with the big savings I got!With my last transaction, I was able to book a room 45% off from its published hotel rate. Who can say no to this sweet deal? It’s a great thing too that they have regular promos for hotels as well as flights.
The Philippines is known for having 11 recognized languages and around 175 dialects spoken throughout the 7, 107 islands. Apart from that, pop culture known as ‘Filipino’ slang is widely used by Filipinos especially the yuppies and those who love watching noontime shows.
Filipino slang is highly dynamic compared to the usual colloquialisms and allows for more freedom of expression among its speakers. Words and phrases don’t follow a standardized set of rules and can flow from Taglish to celebrity names to gay lingo or be a mix of all set with new meanings in different contexts.
Today is Mother’s Day in the Philippines! It is the time of the year wherein we give extra time and appreciation to our beloved mommy. In my case, I already greeted my mom a Happy Mother’s Day a few months back since the UK is celebrating this special day way ahead of the usual schedule.
For those whose mothers are based abroad, mobile social messaging apps such as WeChat helps in keeping communication lines more open an accessible. Since this cool company values the intimate connection between mom and children, they recently launched a new promo specially designed for Mother’s Day.