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Travelog: Designer Bag Resale Shops in Tokyo

Travelog: Designer Bag Resale Shops in Tokyo

Hello again, dear readers! I am apologizing because I just realized I hadn’t posted anything new for a good week! Shock!! This is also because a lot of things have been happening in real life that the most online time I get would be for instagram! ¬†Anyway I have some good stories to tell you...
Bag Face- Off: The Chanel Boys

Bag Face- Off: The Chanel Boys

When the Chanel Boy bag was first released, I was not one of the many who liked it immediately. It actually took me quite awhile to really warm up to the bag. I was a Chanel Classic Flap loyalist. But somehow this year, I changed my mind about the bag and ended up with not...
Travelog: A Phuket Dream

Travelog: A Phuket Dream

One thing I really dislike about instagram (ok, I don’t dislike it… haha because I’m actually addicted to it) is that it has made so many bloggers lazy (me included!!). It was all about the blog before and now it’s all about the photos on instagram. And being the seriously OC person that I am,...
Travelog: Rome Sights in a Day? Doable!

Travelog: Rome Sights in a Day? Doable!

I was in Roma for the weekend, which actually coincided with the canonization rites of 2 great Popes in the Vatican, although I didn’t get the chance to attend the ceremonies (it was nearly impossible to get in at the last minute). I was hoping for good weather but throughout the time I was there,...
When in Italy, Get the Prada Double Bag

When in Italy, Get the Prada Double Bag

I’ve been using a beautiful green Prada double bag for over a month now and I must say I really love its functionality on top of its sleek design. One of the setbacks of getting the grained leather version though is that the material gets prone to scratches after a bit. But that said, the...
Travelog: Vacation Mode in Maldives

Travelog: Vacation Mode in Maldives

I’ve been on island time here in Maldives for the last few days and it’s quite difficult to get a fast internet connection to blog, although I’ve made sure to stay connected with you all through instagram :). Today though, I actually got lucky I’m currently staying in one of the atolls in Maldives, a...
Food & Travel: Giando in Hong Kong

Food & Travel: Giando in Hong Kong

Yes, I am back in the city that makes everyone feel unproductive enough, Hong Kong! Hahaha, it’s true– every single time that I am in Hong Kong, I feel like I have to rush, rush, rush. Everyone seems to be rushing to go somewhere. It came to a point when even I found myself running...

Travelog Singapore: S.E.A. Aquarium

Singapore is definitely one of the best places to take children, because it’s a very child- friendly city. One of the cities best attractions for children is the S.E.A. Aquarium which happens to be the world’s largest oceanarium! In the past, I’ve been fortunate to have visited several beautiful oceanariums from different parts of the...

Travelog Singapore: Gardens By The Bay

If it weren’t for Singapore Tourism Board, I’d honestly not have visited Gardens By the Bay, only because I had actually thought that the gardens were outdoor. But see, that’s probably why I don’t make a good travel writer because I don’t really read up on the places to see in certain cities– especially if...

Travelog: The Orchard, Beijing

Located in Shunyi (on Hegezhuang Village, Cuigezehuang Township) just on the outskirts of the cosmopolitan part of Beijing, The Orchard is something of a revelation– at least to me. I’ve had an entirely different perception of Beijing as a city and was not under the impression that a gem of an apple orchard (which reminded...

Travelog: Tokyo Fun

Apologies that I have not updated the blog for two days– every night we come back from our day trip has left me so tired! In the past two days after my last post, we’ve been to Asakusa temple, Sanrio Puro Land, and Lego Land in Odaiba (Odaiba was so beautiful at night by the...

Travelog: My Beef with Kobe, then Nara

Not literally because I don’t really have any beef with Kobe– although it must be said that Kobe is really known for beef! But there are many more things about Kobe that I love so let me already enumerate them through images. Our first stop was at the Hakutsuru Sake factory.   They had this...