is a wondrous thing that I did not know I was missing. For the first few years that I biked to work, I would wash up using whatever sink (and sometimes bidet) was available. Since I began working at places with shower rooms, my bike to work life has greatly improved. Now I am a… Continue reading Showering after biking
After years of failing to learn how to drive, I overcame my fears (told myself I was too old and it was time to acquire this skill), took some lessons, and got a license. I still bike most of the time, but now I can drive people around. This is a step by step explanation… Continue reading How to get a non-professional license in Manila
that isn’t at home is in San Juan. A 10-minute walk from Shaw Boulevard, Cinema ’76 is not as inaccessible as it might seem. The challenge, at least on Saturdays, is securing a ticket, as the cinema is small – maximum capacity is 60, but they sometimes accept around 70. There’s just one room, so… Continue reading The coziest movie theater
From the debunked bike myths department People have lots of reasons for not biking, and one that we hear a lot is, “Where will I put all my stuff?” Ask any biker and they’ll tell you there are many ways to carry things, whether it’s everyday items like bags and water bottles, or rarer ones… Continue reading Bike to grocery
This is where I plan to write about biking in the city, experimenting in the kitchen, and the occasional guide to Getting Things Done. I hope you find something useful here.