Driving Around Pangasinan: Binmaley, Sual, & Alaminos

Last Saturday (13 February 2021), my family and I had a little road trip around western Pangasinan, a province in the Philippines that is approximately 3-4 hours from Manila. Though filled with beautiful beaches, Pangasinan is not as frequented by tourists (they usually drive straight to La Union, Vigan, or Baguio). I'm not very proud …

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Fukuoka | November 2019

I remember landing in Fukuoka with eyes that perfectly depicted the very essence of sleep deprivation. At this time, I think it had been a week since I had gotten decent sleep, it all started like two days before my trip to Bangladesh. (If you're wondering how I even remember this...let's just say that the …

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Ketchikan, Alaska & Victoria, Canada | September 2016

KETCHIKAN, ALASKA (15 September 2016) Ketchikan --- meaning "creek" in the Tlingit language, is known as the salmon capital of the world, with five different species of salmon upstreaming the many waterways surrounding the south-easternmost city in Alaska. It was actually because of this that tribes like the Tlingits and Haidas settled here long ago. …

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