Are you planning on visiting Berlin? Here are some useful tips to make your stay amazing!
International volunteering is something that many students would like to do, but only a small number of people manage to undertake. If you are currently studying for a healthcare related degree program such as an MSN to DNP online, then you’re probably trying to gain as much voluntary work experience as possible to improve your career prospects upon graduation. Volunteering abroad isn’t just an amazing way of seeing more of the world whilst improving your work experience; it can also be a hugely inspiring and life changing experience that you’ll never forget. We’ve listed some of the best reasons to volunteer abroad whilst studying for your degree.
Traveling is something that many of us would like to do more of, but sadly, can’t afford to do. If you are a student, one of your many goals may be to see as much of the world as possible, but when you have the commitment of a college degree to uphold, it can be difficult to take advantage of the best travel deals. Thankfully, there are many ways to travel whilst in college, so you shouldn’t let your student status hold you back from your adventures. We’ve put together some great ideas for traveling more on a student budget.
For the past 8 years or so, I’ve been going in and out of Sagada, Mountain Province since I first went there on a solo trip back 2004. It has been a place of solitude, wonder and invigoration. I’ve brought people there, friends and foreign photographers. Enjoyed the food and the scenery. But throughout the years, I’ve noticed the somewhat subtle changes happening as Sagada becomes really popular. My recent trip somehow made these changes more prevalent than ever in a negative way. Don’t get me wrong, I still love Sagada, I’m sure long time readers would know how I would wax poetic about the place. But I write these Sagada Warnings and Annoyances not to dissuade people from coming, but for them to know what to expect, especially during the peak seasons.
Just giving in to some queries about my DIY Dry Box I posted here at my Photography Gear Setup. I guess with the onset of the rainy season, for a tropical country like us, a lot of photographers are keen in protecting their gears from humidity and moist. Moist inside your lens and camera body, left alone can damage your gear either with fungus, even rust. Especially now with the rains, there will be a time that our gears will remain longer in the storage than usual. So here’s a detailed look on how I built my DIY Dry Box.
It’s always nice to see some of your works published in print media whether big or small. On today’s issue of Manila Bulletin TRAVEL, they have a feature on Travel Photography 101. They got to interview the likes of George Tapan, Ronald Jayme, as well as Photobloggers like Anton, Eric, Markku and me as well. It also has a solo feature on Ivan Henares and other interesting article. It’s a pretty nice issue. Here, I’m sharing the tips I wrote there on taking Travel Photos.