Tuesday, September 29, 2020
 The Philippines have long ago flirted with the flavors of France. The celebrated hedonic affair between Pinoys’ taste buds and their love for traditional food like lechon baboy, adobo and sumptuous green mangoes served with bagoong is finally giving way...
  Blinding from a distance, the pavements shone like fresh galvanized iron sheets straight out from the nearby factory.   Last night’s rain shower made them appear to look even brighter as I strut cautiously along the silvery concrete that leads to...
  Famished and wandering. That’s what we are these days.   It was not long ago when we visited the province of Girona. After a six-hour drive from Nice, France and with just a few drops of fuel left; our arrival in...
  The road was treacherous. It was mid-Feburary. The blustery weather showed no signs of mercy. Driving along the northeastern coast of Spain from France, I felt like I was living some kind of nocturnal Spanish dream. Our six-hour road trip deposited...
The trials and tribulations of learning a new language in 30 days the French way. Curiously we get to see the world through our own little keyhole. Mine however is by flying halfway around the world, crossing 13 different time...
Why is it cool to live abroad? Living and loving the Malaysian way.   In my early days, whenever I heard the word Malaysia, it made me think of the Twin Towers, low-priced gas, the mouth watering chicken satay, tropical rain...
From classroom to wilderness - learning the lessons of life on the road through geography. Geography.   We go back a long way.   I don’t know when I started addressing geography in the masculine form. Perhaps, I have issues with men or typically...

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