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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #340 on: November 20, 2012, 10:24:14 PM »
^ thanks sis gusto ko sana papuntahin mom ko kaso d naman pwede 1 parent lang hiwalay na sila ng dad ko ano bang papers pwede ipakita pag ganun

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #341 on: November 21, 2012, 01:06:07 PM »
^kami kasi non, nagpagawa si MIL ng affidavit sa pinas saying that she's unemployed and no income, that hubby will be the one to support her etc. kaya lang kasi di naman married yung parents ni hubby. so di ako sure kung ano need na papers pag married ang parents and separated na. legally separated ba sila?

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #342 on: November 21, 2012, 10:24:31 PM »
^ hindi sis eh nasa states lang dad ko pero matagal na sila hiwalay at d magkasama

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #343 on: November 22, 2012, 05:30:23 PM »
^naku can't help further na :( hirap kasi di naman sila legally separated.

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #344 on: November 22, 2012, 05:44:17 PM »
sis larlaanne, visit visa lang pwede mo apply sa mother mo. medyo malabo residence kasi dapat lagi yung 2 parents ang i reresidence mo kung pareho pa silang buhay at wala kang proof na hiwalay na sila.

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #345 on: December 01, 2012, 11:04:07 PM »
Mga sis in Dubai, question lang po. Bf and I will be there kasi on friday for a 4 day holiday. Kasi we will have a dinner for 2 nights sa hotel, ask ko lang kasi formal sya, pwede ba cocktail dress sa dubai ng sleeveless? hindi naman super ikli pero syempre yung hanggang tuhod, and need ko pa ba magsuot ng cardigan?  kung magcacardigan na lang, pwede ko ba tanggalin yun pagdating ng restaurant?or keep it on lang? Sa ibang hotel kasi kami magdidinner so babyahe kami baka bawal nakasleeveless or nakadress ng maikli, mabuti ng safe diba. At saka pasuggest na rin po ano maganda kainan dun na di masyado mahal and what to eat na rin there. The last 2 days kasi namin eh solo time namin ni bf.hehe. :P

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« Reply #346 on: December 02, 2012, 02:58:42 AM »
^sis, I don't think you will have a problem with a sleeveless cocktail dress as long as formal naman tingnan. We've been to a few hotel restos here in UAE and it's a common outfit in such places lalo na western people. Open city naman kasi kaya di naman masyadon strict talaga. Though I would advice you to bring along a cover up kasi malamig na dito ngayon and forthe last 3 days maulan din.  :)
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« Reply #347 on: December 02, 2012, 06:09:07 AM »
^thanks for the advise sis, at least im relieved kahit papaano na ok lang yung dress ko. We'll be coming from a 0 degree weather so i don't think Dubai will be colder than that. Hehe. Will be bringing a cardigan na rin just in case ;).

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« Reply #348 on: December 02, 2012, 01:02:31 PM »
^in that case sis no need to worry, you're good na. Have fun and enjoy your stay! 
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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #349 on: December 09, 2012, 11:49:12 AM »
Hi sisters!

For those in Dubai, would you girls know of anyone who bakes goodies and books orders for giveaways? Yun naka-Christmas packaging sana.

I want to order for giveaways for colleagues in the office.  :)

If you know where I can get some (from Kabayan lang ha ;D), please share. TIA!  ;)
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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #350 on: December 09, 2012, 01:09:33 PM »
^naku iniisip ko palang sana kung ibi-business ko ulit ang mga binebake ko. hindi ako professional pero marami nasasarapan sa bake ko.

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« Reply #351 on: December 09, 2012, 09:04:17 PM »
Go na, sis! Lucrative yan for this season. :)

What do you normally bake ba?
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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #352 on: December 09, 2012, 10:45:48 PM »
ang madalas ko i-bake na palagi nila nirerequest:

fudgy walnut brownies
fudgy walnut blondies
chocolate cupcake
chocolate cake
carrot cupcake

taga san ka sa dubai? dito kami sa ajman nakatira pero yung hubby ko sa dubai ang office nila at yung mga sites nila. weekends din nasa dubai kami, nagmo-mall. :-)

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #353 on: December 10, 2012, 10:45:59 AM »
Mga sis, meron po akong question.

Next year kasi mga february plano ako kunin ng kapatid ko na nagwowork sa dubai. sabi ko sa kanya kung pwede din nya kuhain [textspeak!] kaibigan kong babae. ang sabi nya, mahihirapan daw na kunin kasi di naman namin kamaganak/kaapelido. sabi nya ako na lang daw ang kumuha pag dating ko doon.

Based sa research ko last time, pwede naman makapunta sa dubai kahit friend lang ang magssponsor di ba po? May mga nagsasabi din na para di masita o ma hassle sa immigration naten, kukuha na lang ng seperate na ticket. pwedeng kunwari mag ttour lang kami sa singapore for ilang days. kasi di naman ganun kahigpit pag sa SG ang destination. Tapos SG to Dubai.

Paano po ba ang dapat naming gawin para makapunta din yung kaibigan ko kasabay ko papuntang dubai?


Thank you po in advance!

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #354 on: December 10, 2012, 11:24:54 AM »
sis j27, i-pm kita sis. thank you! :)

sis nikki21, wala ba relative yun friend mo dito na pwede magsponsor sa kanya?

what some people do is they go to HK (i guess mnl-hk tickets are cheaper than mnl-sg), and then from there they board the flight to Dubai.
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« Reply #355 on: December 10, 2012, 12:04:03 PM »
sis j27, i-pm kita sis. thank you! :)

sis nikki21, wala ba relative yun friend mo dito na pwede magsponsor sa kanya?

what some people do is they go to HK (i guess mnl-hk tickets are cheaper than mnl-sg), and then from there they board the flight to Dubai.


Wala sis eh. :(

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #356 on: December 10, 2012, 07:33:39 PM »
^ alam ko sis, pwede naman. travel agencies ang magsponsor sakanila. pero okay din na manila-hongkong para hindi matanong masyado sa immigration dyan sa pinas.
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« Reply #357 on: December 11, 2012, 02:23:17 PM »
Sis nikki21 alam ko pwede nga yan sa travel agency iapply ang visa.  Pero may risk nga na masita dyan sa atin sa immigration.  Mas maganda talaga if first degree relative ang sponsor mo kapag visit visa dito.

Although I was able to get my brother's friends, and a second cousin kaso they were from UK kaya walang hassle. 

Ang problema lang naman eh yung immigration natin dyan sa Pinas.  Ang daming tanong... kahit nga asawa na o kapatid ang nag-sponsor ang dami dami pa hinahanap.  Yung hubby ko insponsor niya yung kapatid niya na good for 3 months, ang ticket niya na book 1 month lang...tanong ba naman bakit daw 1 month lang eh good for 3 months yung visa. Ayun naparebook ulet ng ticket kase hindi talaga pumayag na umalis sya ng bansa.  Yung SIL ko naman sponsoran nia hubby nia, aba at kung ano ano pang papeles hinihingi.  (recent lang yan ha, nitong last quarter of 2012 lang) Kakaasar talaga minsan yung sa immigration.  Kung makasita wagas! hehe

Siguro isa rin sa dahilan ng kapatid mo kung bakit sinabi niya na ikaw na lang mag-asikaso kapag andito ka na for your friend's visa...kase siguro iaapply niya ang visa mo thru her company. Hassle nga naman kung pupunta pa sya sa travel agency para iapply din yung friend mo.  dalawa pa ang lalakarin niya.  Kaya nga dati I opted to apply for my bro's visa sa agency kase kasabay niya yung 2nd cousin namin.  Kaso ang hirap lang kapag agency eh 2 months max lang ang stay dito...whereas if thru company up to 3 months ata.

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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #358 on: December 11, 2012, 02:40:52 PM »
^ depende ata talaga to sa immigration officer. yung asawa ng friend ko, dinala nya dito. agency ang nagsponsor pero ang reason eh bibisitahin ang asawa. wala ng tanong tanong kasi asawa naman ang bibisitahin. hayy, ang gulo dyan sa atin
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Re: Girltalkers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai
« Reply #359 on: December 11, 2012, 03:18:11 PM »


hi mga sisses where can i buy shu emura sa abu dhabi? or dubai?. ang hirap kasi hanapin, parang wala ata?. thank you mga sisses

 

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