We have been travelling in and around the US since July 16, 2017 and are about to wrap up our holiday in a week. The trip has so far been more than what we expected. We’ve reconnected with several family members whom we haven’t spoken to or physically seen in years, we’ve had more than enough Filipino foods including ube and  buko salad ice cream, and we’ve had our fair share of memorable experiences that will serve as conversation starters once we return to New Zealand. Indulging more on the

Hotels are not often our first accommodation choice when we travel, primarily because of the cost. However, our visit to Rotorua a few weeks ago was planned on short notice, which meant that most of the affordable accommodations were already booked (or so we thought). Because we were desperate to find an available hotel in less than a week, we resorted to scanning the various hotel booking websites and we ended up reserving a double room at Holiday Inn Rotorua. Hotel room rate during our stay: $108/ night, the reservation

La Cigale is tucked within one of Auckland’s upmarket suburbs, Parnell. It has a cafe and a shop which are open seven days a week, a bistro which only operates on Wednesday evenings, and a French market which is up during the weekends. This review will focus primarily on the cafe and the weekend market because we rarely go the city on weekdays. The cafe is situated in a small corner beside the shop, this allows patrons to have a quiet, sit-down breakfast, away from the busy market area. They serve an assortment of

The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of the Cruelty of Animals), has been active in raising the people’s awareness about rampant animal cruelty and in promoting animal safety. Let us help them to continue their roles as advocates for all the animals who have been never been loved and cared for the way that they should have been. There are many ways to support the SPCA, first and foremost, please be a responsible pet owner, don’t purchase or adopt a pet if you are not fit to take care of one, because if you

Trek Global Backpackers is the second backpacker type accommodation that we’ve stayed at ever since we started travelling. Our first experience about 2 years ago, wasn’t very pleasant, which was why we were a little hesitant to book a room at this place. However, due to the high volume of people arriving in Wellington that weekend, most accommodations were already full. So we ended up booking a room at Trek Global Backpackers. We stayed there for 4 days and 3 nights and here’s our quick review: Pros: The staff were friendly and ready to

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