NEW KOREAN VISA APPLICATION PROCESS & REQUIREMENTS 2018

Originally from: https://www.thepoortraveler.net/2018/05/new-korean-visa-requirements-application/

Starting July 1, 2018, the Korean Embassy in Manila will be implementing a new visa application process. The requirements are still the same, but this time applicants will need to course their application through any of the embassy’s officially designated travel agencies. The move was in reaction to the growing number of applicants in the

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San Francisco Bucket List: 60 Best Things to Do in the Fun City of SF

Originally from: https://bucketlistjourney.net/bucket-list-things-to-do-in-san-francisco/

It’s the city of Dungeness crab, sourdough bread and, of course, the breathtaking Golden Gate Bridge. Some people have even left their hearts here. San Francisco is on most travelers “Things to do” list and for very good reason. Whether your a first-time visitor or local, The City in Northern California has something to offer for everyone and here’s just a little taste.

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Pedaling Around Expat Expectations in Zimbabwe

Originally from: http://www.theexpeditioner.com/2018/05/29/pedaling-around-expat-expectations-in-zimbabwe/

Vehicles with drivers seeking an early start to the weekend jammed the intersection. I gingerly approached the mayhem, weaved through traffic and took a sharp, two-wheeled left onto the sidewalk. I left the bottleneck behind; however, I still can’t steer clear of criticism for not owning a car in Zimbabwe, an apparent affront to the […]

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New World’s Longest Flight: Newark – Singapore Launches October 12

Originally from: https://viewfromthewing.boardingarea.com/2018/05/30/new-worlds-longest-flight-newark-singapore-launches-october-12/

Singapore Airlines used to fly the world’s longest flight, Newark – Singapore, along with what at the time was the second longest flight Los Angeles – Singapore. They held the title from June 2004 through November 2013, operating these services with flying gas cans Airbus A340-500s. It’s hard to make ultra long haul flying work. A flight scheduled at over 18 hours is going to require a dedicated aircraft in each direction, and fares are going to have to cover that plane’s full costs. With fuel prices up that’s even more difficult since they burned over 58,000 gallons of fuel in each direction. The flight used 14 cabin crew and six pilots to make the journey. Singapore initially offered 64 business class and 117 extra legroom coach seats but moved to an all business class…

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