Since 2009, we're having an annual vacation abroad as a sort of treat for daughter after each school year. We've been to Hong kong (2009), Thailand (2010), Singapore (2011) and Malaysia (2012). This year, we're scheduled to travel to South Korea. We already have our visas and booked our flight on April 17, 2013. Our accommodation was already arranged as well. But because of the recent development in the Korean Peninsula, I'm still not sure if the scheduled vacation in South Korea will be pushed through.
The Philippines has not yet issued travel advisory against South Korea. The same thing is true with Malaysia, Singapore and the US. In the absence of travel advisory, this means we are still allowed to travel. But is it safe? Is it worth it? I don't know.
When we first traveled to Hong Kong, there's this swine flu scare. But we still traveled as scheduled. When I first went to Cambodia, there's this Thailand-Cambodia border conflict. And, oh, when we were in Singapore, there's this prediction of the end of the world.
We'll probably push through with the scheduled vacation. Unless of course if there's a travel advisory against South Korea in the next few days. We'll probably add missile gazing in our itinerary. Bahala na.
Friday, April 12, 2013
Monday, December 10, 2012
My $10 Facebook ads lasted for 3 days and here's the results:
Thursday, December 06, 2012
I experimented with Facebook ads to check if it will help increase traffic to my Canadian Immigration Consultancy blog. Traffic to this site dramatically went down and is affecting my Adsense income. I only alloted US$10 for this experiment and if it worked, I will do this regularly.
The US$10 I used here came from Intelilinks income. ;-)