Corralejo is probably the most popular town for visitors in Fuerteventura. Located on the northern tip of the island, it faces the Atlantic Ocean and is home to the famous sand dunes which sits by the wide sand beaches of the once was a fishing town. 😉 Carl & I stayed in Oasis Village, a … More FUERTEVENTURA: Amazing ways to get to know the little resort town of Corralejo
Named after the sea wolves that used to inhabit the island, Isla de Lobos is a small volcanic island with arid an landscape — dry, hot, sandy, with rocky coasts and mounds, and rich in desert flora and fauna. It has been a nature reserve since 1982, and is recognized as a special protection area … More FUERTEVENTURA: Falling in love with the little volcanic island of Lobos
Oasis Park is a famous tourist destination for people visiting the Canarian Island of Fuerteventura. It started as an ornamental plant nursery in 1985, housing different species from around the world. Today, it is proud Biosphere Reserve, featuring a wide variety of flora and fauna conserved in habitat-like nature. I was super impressed with the … More FUERTEVENTURA: Oasis Park – a must-see biosphere reserve!
Hei! Maerose here. I have received many questions about NOKUT’s recognition, so here’s the guide for you, aspiring Pinoys and Pinays! 🙂 First and foremost, why have your education assessed by NOKUT? NOKUT (The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education) is in charge of “assessing foreign higher education qualifications for general recognition and providing … More The ultimate Pinay guide to NOKUT’s recognition of higher education
Hello, kabayan 🙂 I’m assuming you’re reading this article because you have that ultimate DREAM of studying in a Norwegian state university or college. Why not, coconut, right? Studying in Norway is tuition-FREE, and the standard of education is of high quality. However, the process of getting admitted is not a joke. SO, if you … More The ultimate Pinay guide on how to fulfill the language requirements set by Norwegian universities and colleges in less than 2 years
After four years, I managed to visit one of the most beautiful islands in the world — Palawan, again! Carl & I finally landed on the island after too much delay at Mactan Cebu International Airport. Philippine Airlines was, as usual, late and sent us an email about the delay a couple of hours before … More PHILIPPINES: Iwahig River Firefly Watching in Palawan – immersion in nature
Cebu is a first city income class, a highly urbanized city which serves as a significant center of commerce, trade and education in the Visayas Region. It is the oldest city in the Philippines, the first capital city, and the Fount of Christianity in the Far East. Carl & I had the chance to visit … More PHILIPPINES: A 1-day itinerary in Cebu – the Queen City of the South