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After months of planning and preparing stuff for the visa application, we can finally say that we are going to Tokyo for a short R&R! I’m not sure if it would actually be considered as an R&R as Tokyo is a bustling city and rest and relaxation isn’t really synonymous with Tokyo per se. It […]

Family Lunch and Swim at home. We usually invite friends and relatives for lunch every time we’re on vacation in the Philippines. We had BBQ Pork Belly, BBQ Chicken, Milkfish, Catfish, Thai Fried Rice, Kaldereta (Beef Stew), Eggplants, Salted Eggs, Buro, and Melon Sherbet.

Siam Niramit is a world-class performance of Thailand’s arts and cultural heritage. Set in the heart of Bangkok affording convenient access by MRT subway and major thoroughfares, this must-see spectacular is performed on the gigantic stage now listed in the Guinness World Records, featuring over 150 performers with as many as 500 costumes. On top […]

Tuesday morning in Bangkok was spent at Siam Paragon. Siam Paragon is one of the big malls in Bangkok which carries brands like Gucci, Chanel and Hermes. Since we were up early, we decided to take the BTS (Bangkok Mass Transit System) from Victory Monument to Siam. Victory Monument was about 5 minutes away from […]

When we had our Thia night the other night, we were surprised that Cuisine Unplugged get filled to the brim. You were supposed to get a reservation at least a day before to ensure your seats. We were lucky to get seats, though not the best as you get to seat on high seats. Since […]


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It's been 10 years since the San Juan Family started their blog documenting their lives in this little spot called Qatar. Follow Chris, Mavis and Xianelle as they share what Doha has to offer.

  • Marcus: Hi. I am very interested in opening an account with Ameritrade, my question is how do you fund the a [...]
  • Elymar: I'm working in Qatar I want to visit Japan what is the requirements of getting visa I want to spend [...]
  • xtian001: The important thing is for you to prove that you have ties in Doha (returning to a good paying job) [...]
  • Ly: Hi. You're so kind for sharing this detailed infos. I just have a question. Is the bank statement he [...]
  • xtian001: Your financial status matters as it is proof that you can support your stay in the country. [...]