Wondering what to expect from a boxing class in Manila? I'm going back to the basics to give a full rundown of my experience.
Let's talk about three volunteering myths and how to effectively participate in making things better.
Make your visa renewal day more interesting by combining the trek up to the Bureau of Immigration with a trip into Philippine history and culture.
Looking back at 2018, my time has been divided between three continents. Now, for the time being, I've settled back into my old neighborhood and it's time to start a new series: Things to do in Manila.
Finding a new place to live is always stressful. Doing so in a different country during the most frenzied month of the year? All the more fun, of course.
As great as it is to see the world, it's the people you share travel experiences with that makes the places worth remembering.
From the thick, warm blanket of air that wraps it's welcoming arms around you when you first step out of the airport to the hospitable nature of its people, Manila sure knows how to give a warm welcome.
I've spent a relaxing day at home, enjoying the Sydney sun as it shines through the windows. The howling wind outside is nothing to me but a soundtrack--and a no-frills way to speed up the laundry drying process. I've got the rest of the clothes that need to go in my bag out on the… Continue reading When It’s Time to Travel
Recently, in my journey of exploring mixed-martial arts, I've switched from doing a bit of everything to going back to where I started and focusing on boxing. I've done so for a few reasons. For one, because I'm still jet-setting and haven't yet put down roots anywhere, I don't want to buy gear that won't… Continue reading My Amateur MMA Journey, Part 18: Why I Box
An interview with Mario Yokoyama of myBJJ in Camperdown