Category Archive: Sagada

A day trip from Wellington

During my first week in Wellington, we took a short day trip outside of the city to check out ┬áLake Ferry, the Putanginia Pinnacles (rock formation), and Cape Palliser (seal hangout, a.k.a. Matakitakiakupe).… Continue reading

What the Filipino: Pinoy food

Quick preface: Several weeks ago, I spent about 8 days in the Philippines, getting a Thai visa and experiencing quite a change of scenery. Personally, I believe that the most efficient introduction to… Continue reading

What the Filipino: Sagada

Though not the most peaceful-sounding name in the world, Sagada is an oasis from the maniacle machinery of Manila. As you walk down the steep road by dozens of guest houses, weaving and… Continue reading

What the Filipino: Where you going, mom?

Last week I took a trip to the Philippines. I needed to leave the country in order to apply for a visa, and flights were cheap to Manila. The Spanish influences of the… Continue reading