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Win 5 Days Trip To Morocco By Dohop In December And Represent The Brand At The 2015 World Travel Awards

Dohop, a  comparison website for flight, hotels and rental cars is nominated as “The World’s Leading Flight Comparison Website” at the 2015 World Travel Awards. This year the World Travel Awards’ final Gala is being held in El-Jadida, a UNESCO World Heritage Sitea beautiful beach town in Morocco. 

Once again, Dohop are looking for a fan to represent them. The winner will stay in a a 5-star hotel and hopefully accept an award on their behalf, should Dohop wins.

Through this I have also learned that Filipinos like me requires no visa up to 90 days in Morocco. Ok will I will and hope to win haha!

You just need to post a selfie on Instagram and explain how much you want to go to Morocco to accept the award on Dohop’s behalf. Deadline is Oct 30th. For more details please click here.

Prepping Up For A Digital Nomadic Lifestyle And Back In Manila

Just arrived in Manila a day ago from Phnom Penh.  I admit my visit for 4 days and 4 nights to Cambodia is never complete without seeing Siem Reap where the famous Angkor wats are. Also I regretted having two nights layover in Malaysia that I could have used to go to Siem Reap. Anyway I can always book a separate flight for that next time.  Out of the  USD 200 I brought, what is left is USD 68+, Malaysian Ringgit 50+ and Cambodian Riel 100.  I also brought Philippine Peso worth 5, 000+ cash with me and intentionally not changed it to American dollars because I know I would not be spending much since my trip covered my accommodation and food.  I will only use this for circumstances that I don’t want to happen.

There’s so much that I learned about selling foreign denomination in Manila when I get home. I went to a reputable bank to exchange my US dollars, they only accepted those paper bills that look new, not crimpled and no visible stains. They only convert Philippine peso to US dollars so I have to go to a money changer for my remaining Ringgits but they only chose the paper bills and not the coins I have. Actually my target is to save $100 but I was short for $32. I think these amount was spent most of eating at airports which I find quite expensive compared to food outside. Well I don’t have a choice since I never get out of Kuala Lumpur International Airport for the hours I need to wait for my connecting flight before and after going to Phnom Penh.