Milford Sound, a.k.a Piopiotahi (in Maori), is one of the must-see places not only in New Zealand, but in the world; and we couldn’t agree more. Sunset at Milford Sound (September 2014) Getting here, we had to take a bus from Te Anau, which almost didn’t push through because of the unpredictable weather. A day prior to our scheduled departure, the roads to Milford Sound were closed because of avalanche alerts. Thankfully, the roads were cleared and the weather settled 45 minutes before our travel time. We hopped on the

So it’s been a while since the last post. We have been eager to create new entries in the past year, however, our schedule has been really crazy. Nonetheless, we will still try our very best to share our experiences in our past trips here in New Zealand (thus, the blog title) in the hope that most (if not everyone) will find it useful. Here are some of the places that we’ve visited (look out for the blog posts):All around AucklandOhakuneWaitomo CavesTauranga, Bay of PlentyRotoruaPaihia, Bay of Islands In the

Please take note that this blog entry has not been updated since 2012. Some of the prices may have changed over the last 5 years. Hi everyone! So as promised from the last blog we will be enclosing the itinerary and the expenses that we incurred. It is not yet 100% complete at the moment and the prices are rough estimations since we were very busy to update the blog for the past five months. We hope the following information helps. – Departure from Baguio via Victory Liner (click this

The Amuma Spa Suite was really enticing that we didn’t want to leave the room for the scheduled cruise at the Cebu Yacht Club which was going to start at 5:30pm. Since the resort does not allow white taxi cabs (regular taxi) to enter to pick up guests we had to go out and hail a cab near the highway. The travel time from Maribago to the yacht club was 20 minutes because of the light to moderate traffic. The Islands Banca Cruises booth and boat cannot be missed because

As we stepped out of Gran Tierra Suites, we jumped in a taxi and proceeded to Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort where we will be spending our last night in Cebu before departing for Manila the next day. We chose to splurge a bit on our last night’s accommodation since we saved a few pesos from the do-it-yourself city tour and 2-night accommodations. Marcelo Fernan Bridge It took us about 45 minutes to 1 hour (We can’t really recall, but it was surely more then 30 minutes) before finally arriving at

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