Hi, blog. I know it’s been a solid while since an actual, honest update. So here it goes. The past three months have been so good, an unusual statement since I’m usually always yapping about how sad and slow time is. Anyway, last June, I left Manila for good. I thought I left Manila for … More 6/18, 7/18, 8/18
Okay so here goes my last post about New York (and I’m determined to finish it today***). Even though it’s been two years (almost), it still makes me a little sad when I think about that last touristy day in beautiful New York City. Writing this post all the more makes it sadder because it just makes … More NEW YORK CITY — part two.
This video is long overdue, but my sister Maui so very kindly edited it for me so here it is. I wrote a couple of blog posts about this trip — where we stayed, Petite France, my Olive Young Mini Haul, and our dining experience at Kioku. 🙂
You know those cities that easily leave a mark? Those cities that always come back to you, frequently reminding you of the time you’ve spent there, always making you want to book a ticket and just fly there? That was New York for me. Though I wouldn’t say New York has always been my top … More NEW YORK CITY.
Out of it. That’s what I’ve been feeling for the past two months, hence the lack of blog posts. I know myself pretty well and I know exactly why I’m in this state of demotivation. The reason is so simple, yet I’m not doing anything about it at all. But still, there’s always something to … More 4/18 & 5/18
Hi, blog. It’s been a while and I didn’t mean to go this long without a blog post… I’ve been distracted by a lot of things (and by a lot I mostly just mean reading Harry Potter. Haha) So here I am, continuing my post about the Hong Kong trip I had with my co-teachers last … More HK Day 2: Day Trip to Macau, Night Market at Mong Kok, (closed) Avenue of Stars
If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s the basic fact that I. Love. Food. Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Filipino are my favourite cuisines and I always, always, always find myself driven by the need to satisfy my cravings for dumplings, sushi, KBBQ, Filipino BBQ (especially the one that’s a little bit reddish … More Paradise Dynasty: A Must-Try Chinese Restaurant in Metro Manila
Two hours before I had to leave for the airport, I was only halfway through packing. I decided to sleep early the night before, and completely bank on the fact that I would finish packing everything while getting ready. I made it just in time, I was ready to go, tried my luck booking an Uber, … More HK Day 1: Stuck at the Airport & Disneyland
My first thought upon seeing the Heritage Lodge was that it was really aesthetically pleasing, considering this was the first thing I saw: