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US Embassy now asks for your social media accounts

The US government has now approved plans to ask US visa applicants for their social media accounts. Just recently, the Trump administration has started conducting background checks on the social media usage of visa applicants going back 5 years ago via a new questionnaire. The development now also allows consular...

Family Holidays 2013: What to Expect from your Florida Getaway

For those of you who have been following this Mindanao lifestyle and travel blog, you may know that I was sent to the U.S. earlier this year to participate in a U.S. State Department fellowship. One of the U.S. cities that I visited was Orlando, Florida. Now if you’re thinking...

White House in Washington DC USA

Mindanaoan In America: More Washington DC photos

I first shared some of my Washington DC USA photos awhile back. A lot of you have been asking me for more photos taken around the capital of the United States of America. Well, I’m here to please 🙂 The photos below were taken during our Washington DC day tour,...

Mindanaoan In America: Washington DC Metro Subway photos, tips

This is a continuation of my “Mindanaoan In America” blog series 🙂 You can read more about my escapades in the USA when I was a 2012 International Visitor Leadership Program delegate HERE. The first state that we stayed in was Washington DC. Like many states in America, Washington has...

Mindanaoan In America: How folks in Virginia USA cast their votes (photos)

In America, they have this day called Super Tuesday which refers to “the Tuesday in February or March of a presidential election year when the greatest number of states hold primary elections to select delegates to national conventions at which each party’s presidential candidates are officially nominated.” Super Tuesday is...

Mindanaoan In America: Around Washington DC

If I was asked to name at least 5 cities in the U.S. that I may want to live in, Washington D.C. would be one of them. I found Washington DC charming and interesting – despite the fact that politics plays a huge role there. I guess for those who...

I’m home!

So I am finally back from the U.S. I’m home, I’m home! 🙂 *waves* I stayed in America for more than a month. I was there because I was chosen to participate in the International Visitor Leadership Program, a U.S. Department of State-sponsored program. Technically, my IVLP 2012 experience only...

Mindanaoan In America: Trip from Manila to Washington

This Filipino blogger is currently here in the United States of America to participate in a US Department of State-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). You can read more about my current trip HERE. I’m very proud to let you all know that I’m the only Filipino and the only...

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