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Wellington, New Zealand’s capital, is a vibrant city at the southern tip of the North Island. This bustling city has an ever changing urban landscape surrounded by the rich waters of the Cook Strait, ancient forests, and rolling hills and farmlands, making it an ideal site to explore. Our short visit last February gave us a few insights into things to check out when visiting the capital city of New Zealand. Here’s what our trip looked like: Day 1: Arrive in Wellington | We flew into the city on board a Jetstar

Over a year ago we joined a “Wedding Competition” started by an Auckland-based wedding website. The rules were simple, we just needed to answer and submit a set of questions and our wedding photos respectively. Unfortunately, we didn’t make the cut, it was disappointing but it was a good experience at the same time because when we were going through the questions, we started reminiscing about the history of our relationship up to our wedding day. Today, while browsing through some of our files, I found a copy of the entry that

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

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

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