International Travels, Travel Tips, New Zealand

Getting Married in New Zealand – Steps, Requirements, Essentials

We got married! In Queenstown, New Zealand, no less. When we posted photos on Facebook, some of my friends have been messaging me non-stop to not only congratulate me, but mostly to ask how we got married in New Zealand. This post is for all partners - man and woman, man and man, woman and… Continue reading Getting Married in New Zealand – Steps, Requirements, Essentials

International Travels, USA

#ChasingNYC – 24 Awake Hours In Manhattan

New York has been a distant dream for a long time. I mean, who doesn't dream of one day seeing famous buildings like Chrysler, Empire State and pre-911 Twin Towers? Do you keep on seeing the iconic Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges (there are more than 20 bridges connecting Manhattan to the rest of NYC), or… Continue reading #ChasingNYC – 24 Awake Hours In Manhattan

Philippines, Siargao

#UhawForSIARGAO – Our Thirst To Be On Asia’s Number 1 Island

Our 4th anniversary as a couple was an extended weekend in Siargao - adjudged as Asia's Number 1 Island by Conde Nast Travelers Readers' Choice Awards in 2018. This title was previously held by Palawan and Boracay, who are 3rd and 2nd respectively in the latest awards. Read more about our Boracay, El Nido and… Continue reading #UhawForSIARGAO – Our Thirst To Be On Asia’s Number 1 Island

International Travels, Australia

#melBOURNEforyou – Our Second Australian Trip And Its Misadventures

We were torn between a trip to Greece and Turkey or Australia and New Zealand for Mary's 2018 birthday. I didn't feel we were ready for a Schengen visa, but I have a 3-year multiple-entry visa to Australia; Mary has an expired visa and could easily apply for another one. Plus, who can pass up… Continue reading #melBOURNEforyou – Our Second Australian Trip And Its Misadventures

Others

Avengers: Endgame and the 3,000 Emotions It Made Us Feel

DISCLAIMER - spoilers inside. Please do not read any further if you haven't seen the movie. Thoughts of a non-comic reader. Photos not mine. For 10 years we have followed our beloved heroes - caped, masked, suited, transformed, or hiding in plain sight. In the years that followed,  we anxiously anticipated the end. The end,… Continue reading Avengers: Endgame and the 3,000 Emotions It Made Us Feel