Happy 150th, Canada!
Over a month ago, Hans and I went to New York for vacation. And since we were already in the East Coast of the mainland US, we planned to make a quick visit to Toronto, Canada. Might as well, right?
Anyways, we were there for three days, and in these three days, although very SHORT, I got a glimpse of what Canada has to offer – Toronto in particular.
Two weeks ago, my partner and I had the privilege of travelling to the Big Apple. And let me tell you, we had a great time. And even better, we stayed under the budget. #Winning!
Of course, as always, the trip has been planned months before it even happened – six months to be exact. By planning ahead, we had a lot of time in our hands to sort out our options when it comes to our expenses – airfare, hotels, places to visit, etc., which then saved us money. Needless to say, I am already planning our trips for next year. You should give it a try, too.
Anyways, without any further adieu, these are the things that we did, and the places that we visited while in NYC:
It’s been a month actually since I got back from my trip! I had a BLAST!! Let’s walk down the memory lane, shall we?
The trip planning started around early 2016. Since 2016 was already planned for Europe (click here for Spain and click here for Italy), I decided that I should go to my other Motherland, Philippines, to have my 35th birthday, family reunion, grade school reunion, and high school reunion. I know. I’ve also squeezed in a 4-day trip to Singapore with mom to visit my cousin, whose been asking me to visit her in like forever, before I head back to Hawaii.
Hello budget enthusiasts! How are you? I hope your budget is still in order. Mine needs an overhaul.
After my January vacation in Philippines and Singapore, which I’ll be writing up a review later on, I have bought a brand new car! I bought a 2017 Nissan Versa.
Is it a Yippeeeee!!! Or is it a “Oh, noooooo!!”
In a perfect world, there would be no sickness and no accidents. There would be no need for a health insurance. It would be ideal, but we are not in a perfect world.
In the United States, under the Affordable Care Act (A.C.A.), or widely-known as Obamacare, every American is mandated to have a health insurance. If you can afford to pay a health insurance, and you don’t have one, you will be fined. As of 2016, the fine is $695 (if you haven’t had a health insurance in the entire year) or 2.5% of your household income, whichever is higher.