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My Patience Was Being Tried

Saturday, 04 October 2014

In hindsight, the little waiting game I had with taxi drivers in Makati was, in a way, a good thing for I didn’t have to wait eons in at NAIA for our departure. 1,238 more words

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Someone's Hands Were at Work Tonight

Friday, October 3, 2014

I was done packing by six in the evening and met my good friend Cha at Mom and Tina’s Café for my “travel allowance.” Thinking that I still had enough time for the 10:55-pm flight, I sat with her at the next-door Vietnamese restaurant, Ba Noi’s, as she ate dinner. 978 more words


Six Things I Learned (So Far) From Solo Traveling

(Part 1 of 2)

The internet is a huge database of travel tips and tricks for tourists and travelers. When I decided to travel alone to Bali last year, I found myself poring over hundreds of blogs and travel guides months prior to my trip. 591 more words

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South Pacific

We have been fortunate enough to spend four nights in the tropical South Pacific on board the marvelous vessel, the Celebrity Solstice. More specifically, we visited New Caledonia and Vanuatu – Noumea, Loyalty Island, Mystery Island and Isle of Pines. 132 more words




The first post on Pregnancy do’s and dont’s analysed what is allowed and what discouraged during pregnancy concerning food, beverages, alcohol and cigarette (see… 1,934 more words


Planes, Trains and Automobiles Part Two – Boats

Some of my best and worst experiences in the Solomon Islands have involved boat travel.

Banana boats, small fiberglass dinghies with outboard motors are the preferred method of travel between Honiara and the Central Province where there are a couple of great resorts.  1,040 more words