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Local food is always a vital focus on our trips, that’s why we always make it a point to eat and to embrace traditional cuisine when we travel. We tend to shy away from the common cafes and fast food chains that can be found in almost every corner of the world because let’s be honest, the Grande Caramel Macchiato or the Cheeseburger Value Meal doesn’t really taste that different in other countries. Our visit to Kyoto and Osaka in Japan gave culinary experience a whole new meaning. For it involved not

Last October 2016, we were fortunate enough to get four weeks off work. Since the dates fell on our anniversary (10 years as partners and 1 year as husband and wife), we decided to make it very memorable by doing what we love the most, TRAVELING! So we ended up planning our best holiday yet. After 4 weeks, 8 plane rides, 3 countries (we also visited our home country, the Philippines, but we were not able to take a lot of videos because it was more about spending time with

When we were looking for accommodation for our Sydney trip we had to consider several factors, and these include: Proximity to the city centre, Accessibility with regards to public transport services (i.e. trains and buses), And of course affordability. Aspire Hotel Sydney ticked all the boxes for us. It is a 3-star hotel located in Bulwara Road, Ultimo. The nightly rate  during our stay was approx. AUD$150/ night for a Premium room; we also received a code for to get a 10% discount after we made an enquiry at the Metro Hotels website

Traveling overseas doesn’t always mean spending a fortune. Yes, the plane tickets may be expensive at times, but you could still get lucky with various deals and promos so keep an eye out for these and grab them right away! Also keep in mind that there are often plenty of beautiful sites that anyone can visit for free, you just have to know where to find them. And if you are really serious about making the most of your trip, staying in a lavish hotel is nice, but it’s not necessary; your

After four months of not attending a Bikram yoga class I decided that it was time to go back and practice again. In early February I was so determined to go to class that I didn’t even have time to think of an excuse, which is rare, because I always come up with a reason to stay home instead. Although I was already anticipating the fact that I will not be able to perform the 26 yoga postures, I was really determined to survive my very first class of 2017. And I did just that

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