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Some stories of my visa experience on how I was able to get it or got denied.
Some of the photos I will feature and essays.
Articles on investments, saving up, struggles and other ways to make money on the road.
Food trip from different places
My life as a digital nomad
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Philippine Provinces I’ve Visited
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This is a blog of Roxanne M. Tamayo, who enjoys her life as a digital nomad. How she was able to survive life's struggles, a breadwinner, a strong-willed, hardworking and confident person.
She's a person who loves to laugh at her mistakes. She has gained her sense of humor when she experienced traveling solo and loves every memory of it. Her smile and laughter is contagious you don't want to let her go.
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Who would have thought that I run out of money while traveling? So far, it was a scary experience I have encountered. I was unprepared when I moved out in January 2017. Since then, a lot has changed. Unlike before when I was able to save money for 100K PHP and traveled to five countries. Everything was planned.[…]
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I just decided to look on my photos about Tarangban Falls Calbayog City in Samar. Back in September 2016, I just came from a Cebu, Bohol, and Palawan backpacking trip. When suddenly, I saw a post on a Facebook group. It says that a blogger was looking for a blogger companion who is adventurous and[…]
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