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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

A staple part of our Saturdates are desserts, not just any desserts, the perfectly crafted, artistically presented, and conveniently located in the heart of the city desserts. Because of our fondness for sweet treats, we have made a list of the best dessert places/ bars (in no particular order) that we have tried in Auckland. 1. Miann Miann is among the shops found along Fort Street. It offers a wide array of dessert options including gateaux, gelato sticks, gelato cakes, macarons, and chocolate bonbons. The prices range between $2.80 to $12.00. It is on the

Gelo has been into reef keeping for more than six years now. He started his first marine aquarium back in the Philippines after he received a tank set-up as a Christmas gift. From then on his interest and love for these aquatic creatures thrived; his simple hobby turned into his passion. Moving to New Zealand didn’t hinder him from setting-up another tank. As soon as he got settled, he started tending to a nano tank which has flourished into this amazing set-up! So sit back, relax, and enjoy this short clip… A glimpse of reeferBOO’s marine

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