Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)


On the way to LGA

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A little Filipino Heaven in the midst of London’s polite chaos


I first found Josephine’s Restaurant in February 2014 when I was in London for work. I’m half Filipino and miss the savory and delicious foods of my people and try to find a Filipino restaurant any time I travel. Sometimes that …

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Review: Osprey Ozone Courier bag – Could Be the Perfect Carry-on/EDC Shoulder Bag for Your Global Adventures.


I haven’t posted anything in a while, so lets start with a Gear Review… I admit, I’m a bag whore. I like bags, book bags, back packs, day packs, etc. I have a collection of them and like to think …

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Review: A tale of two lounges (ANA Lounge NRT and Plaza Premium Lounge YYZ)

I started this afternoon off seemingly in the lap of luxury. At Narita, I waited for my flight in the ANA Lounge, partaking of the delicious food on the custom noodle bar followed by sushi from the cold bar.  To …

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Review: Holiday Inn Cotai Central Macau

The dodgy cabbie pulled up onto the cobblestone drive and up to the portcullis that looked like a palace that Ghengis Khan would have been proud to call home. Tall columns and grandeur with an air of dynasty about it. …

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Review – Ibis Hotels (Worldwide)

In town around the world for a holiday? Need somewhere to stay that won’t set you back a ton of money, yet offers an above average room and bed? I’ve stayed in some pretty cheap places in my life, from …

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REVIEW: The Best BBQ I’ve Ever Encountered at an Airport


Salt Lick is a very well known Austin BBQ restaurant, featured on several foodie TV shows, magazines, newspaper articles and so forth.  It’s one of those “If you’re ever in Austin, you have to have dinner at …” kind of …

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Review: Park Hotel Tokyo


The first thing to know about the Park Hotel Tokyo, located just above Shiodome station and just a short walk from Shimbashi Station is that there are two hotels with disturbingly similar names right across the street from each other.  …

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A night out at the Abbot’s Choice in Roppongi


I’m sitting here in a tiny classroom full of engineers, sitting in and assisting with a training class that some consultants from my company are putting on to teach them how to deploy OpenStack Cloud software.  The room has nice …

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Review: Pacific Business Center Hotel, Taipei


Now that I’ve lived in this hotel for a month, I thought that on my last night in Taiwan, it would be a good idea to do a review.  I’ve stayed in hotels all around the world, from cheap 1 …

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