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That Place Called Sagada

It was as early as January of  this year (2015) when we, randomly, decided to visit Sagada. We’re lucky enough to book a promo ticket from Cebu (where we live) to Manila. 594 more words


Sky-high paddies . . .

No, this is not about inebriated Irishmen.

It’s a celebration of the ingenuity of human agricultural innovation in northern Luzon in the Philippines where, over the course of several centuries, local indigenous communities tamed the steep valleys to grow paddy rice in irrigated fields high in the mountains (about 1500 m above sea level) and, employing a sophisticated hydrology, to supply water to the terraces and drain them before harvest: … 1,072 more words

On My Mind . . .

7 Days and 7 Things to Do in Bali - Exercise Hitlist Style

Earlier in the year my sisters and mother organised a girl’s trip to Bali.  As far as girl’s trips go, Bali has it all especially if you are on a tight budget.   1,369 more words

Family Fitness Fun

Ayung river valley walk, Ubud

We arrived late into Ubud as we were enjoying the Gili’s too much to leave. It seems to have felt like that in every place we have stayed so far; we’re loving each area we visit so much that we don’t want to go. 1,570 more words


The not so hot north of Vietnam

Kep (Cambodia) to Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi

We arrived in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) around 5am after another fun bus travel adventure. This time we opted for the “sleeper bus” instead of the hotel one, which was a little more comfortable, and a little less awkward. 2,208 more words


New on 500px : Sapphire Land by zhangning

shot in Yuanyang, Yunnan, China. rice terraces in late afternoon light

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Real Estate And Mortgage

Bali Day 3: Ubud

Well we’re both sick. What Jenn originally thought was caused by pollution was a head cold, and her napping all day yesterday wasn’t from a lack of sleep because of the flights entirely, but partly fighting this thing off. 888 more words

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