Dressing comfy and not ending up on PassengerShaming


When flying from the US, there is quite a difference when flying to Europe as opposed to flying to the Asia/Pacific region (including Australia and New Zealand).  The difference is that flights to London from the East Coast of the …

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Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)


On the way to LGA

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New routes to SYD via OneWorld


Head’s up!  While reading The Points Guy this morning, I came across this update about new routes coming from some major airlines.   Quantas will begin offering service from SFO to Sydney beginning later this year.  However, it seems this will be on a …

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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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Into Macau

I wouldn’t say I was gripping the seat in terror but I will say that my confidence in reuniting with terra firma at a speed significantly lower than terminal velocity was not too high as we bounced and bumped and …

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Some tips for Public Transit

Here are some things I’ve learned in my travels for getting around in foreign cities, especially in Asia.  Not any particular order of importance, just some things I’ve noticed and picked up along the way. 1: Get the app.  These …

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Oh Taipei, I missed you so…

I love my job, I really do.  Not only to I work with some truly gifted, wonderfully kind and fun people, but my job affords me the ability to work completely from my home office as well travel world wide. …

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Back in the Saddle Again


It’s a new year, this 2014, and I’ve already spent more time on the road than I have at home.  Truth be told I miss my wife, my dogs, and my newly hatched frogs.  I miss my bed, my Pöang …

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The Month of Living Expatriately: Part 5 – That Evening, She Wept


Wednesday started off melancholy for me.  It was my last day in Taipei, my last day of work in the office at Taipei 101.  My last night in the only other city in the world that feels like home.  Tomorrow I would …

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Why foreign lounges are better than domestic carrier lounges


– Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone Location:Hangjhan North Road,Dayuan Township,Taiwan

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