Put your boots way and bring your sandals out because summer, is officially here. Continue reading “Top 15 Questions Encountered When Planning a Vacation Abroad.”
As one who moves more than anyone can count, I’d say I know a thing or two about the ins and outs of living in an apartment. In the last year and a half, I’ve moved at least 2-4x which, I came to find out that the apartments in California vs Milan have some sliiiiight differences in them.Continue reading “My Personal Comparisons of Apartments in O.C. vs Milan.”
Alright, there seem to be a misconception that moving abroad is as easy at it looks or that I spent most of my time traveling around without hard-work involved. WRONG! Continue reading “My Overseas University Interview Preparations.”
New Year, New Challenges. 2017 for me started out with a bang where going on job interviews have become a standard day to day life. Whoo! lucky me 🙂 I hope someone out there can relate to me on this but, the job market in Southern California (specifically L.A. and O.C.) have gotten more competitive within the Digital field. Base on the last few interviews I’ve gone through, my interview experiences have been very interesting to say the least. Continue reading “Hustling In Southern California’s Job Market.”
With Trump’s executive order in barring certain countries from coming in to U.S.A. I thought this post was quite fitting for today. How many of you have gone through immigration and have been questioned or stopped? Me (raising my hand). Continue reading “Immigration Horror Stories”
I often get this question from my friends and family about what it’s like to live in Milan. I suppose it’s a natural conversation topic since, living abroad in Milan is not the first place that comes to mind when people want to move abroad. So, what is it like to live in Milan? Continue reading “What It’s Like to Live In Milan. The truth.”
As I wind down to the last few months I have left in Europe, I realised how much I’ve seen over the year I’ve been living here in Milan. I’m glad I’ve had the chance to share it on this blog because reflecting back to these memories have made me realise how much I’ve seen, done and I can’t believe it’s already been a year. Time sure moves fast! Continue reading “My Favorite Spots in Milan”
I moved. The apartment I’ve been living in for a year in Milan was something I found on the internet through a housing agency while I was still in L.A. They were one of the few agencies that offered housing online and I didn’t have much choice because I needed a place before I came to Milan. Now, I would say that if I could bypass going through a housing agency in Milan, I would. Continue reading “Milan Apartments – Part 2”
Permit of Stay a.k.a.Permesso di Soggiorno, is a required document for anyone staying in Italy more than 90 days to apply for the Permesso di Soggiorno within the next 8 days of your arrival. Base on my experience, applying for the Permesso di Soggiorno is a long process but, possible. Continue reading “Applying for Permit Of Stay in Italy”
If I was given a magical power, I would be a superwoman. Lately, my school schedule has been intense. Between my courses and group projects, we also have conferences leaving little time for anything.
My friend V, invited me to go on the Hop On and Hop Off bus ride around the city this Saturday. Of course, I jumped on the opportunity. Continue reading “Hop On & Hop Off Bus Ride in Milan, Italy”
Obviously, being in a different country I’m bound to face some cultural differences. There are some things I’ve noticed in Italy that caught my eye that I found odd at times yet, interesting.
Continue reading “Where am I?”
A metro card is a card that you use to tap up on a monthly basis that can be used anytime and any day that the transportation is in service within Milan. The card is valid in the metro, tram and the bus within the urban limit of Milan. Beyond the “urban limit” requires an extra cost and you will need to also buy the “extra urban ticket”. Continue reading “How to Get an Electronic Metro Card in Milan.”