I honestly feel like each time I write a blog post about the previous month, I always end up writing about the same thing… So why not give this post a little twist right? I’ll start off with a short list of things I’m both looking forward to and hoping for. 🙂
In December 2014, my family and I visited Honolulu. Yeah yeah I know, it’s almost been four years but I really want to write about our trip since I can still clearly remember everything that happened and I want to share why I swore I would go back to Hawaii.
I remember being excited for February, not knowing that it was going to be a whole month of demotivation and pressure. But still though, it was still filled with light and love!
Our visit to Nara Deer Park last December 2017 was basically a pit stop. We were traveling from Osaka to Tokyo, (thanks to Japan’s amazing railway system, it wasn’t a hassle) with all our luggages in tow. We were only able to spend about a total of 2 hours there. Sad, right? But still, it was … More Things To Do in Japan: Nara Deer Park
During my most recent trip to Seoul with my family, I suggested we visit Petite France. I thought it was a little village that happened to resemble French villages but nope, it was actually a theme park! So first things first, let’s talk about how to get there: Sidenote: I’m heavily relying on Google and the … More Things To Do in Seoul: Petite France
Hello, blog! Wow two whole months since my last post… I really wanted to get blog posts up but the past two months were really busy. December was the “fun” kind of busy. I spent Christmas break with family, and hanging out with them the whole time made it so difficult to get back to … More 1/18
I didn’t think November would drag, what with all the special non-working holidays and suspensions. Seriously, I remember thinking November would come and go (but it didn’t) and nothing even really happened, especially in terms of my personal/social life. L O L Anyway, here’s a rundown of what went on during my long and (pretty) … More Photo Gallery: My November
There’s almost always a theme park in any country. You’ve got quite a number of Disneylands and Universal Studios in the US, Europe, and Asia, Ocean Park in Hong Kong, Enchanted Kingdom in the Philippines, and Lotte World and Everland in South Korea. When I travel, I generally prefer to roam around and get lost … More Things To Do in Seoul: Everland Theme Park
It’s a cloudy Sunday afternoon and I’m quite determined to publish at least two posts today. This post was supposed to go up yesterday but 1) I had the worst cramps, which rarely ever happens. It led to a very unproductive Saturday and I’m a little sad about it since I really wanted to get … More Quick Update: Lazy Weekends in Manila
I’ve always thought Olive Young was the Seoul version of Watson’s. The stores used to be typical-sized filled with rows of cosmetics ranging from authentic, local products, to well-known brands. It also had a couple of rows for hygiene-related things, and refreshments like chips, chocolates, and juices. So during my recent trip to Seoul, I … More OLIVE YOUNG: Mini Haul