food

5 Cafés To Visit in Taipei

Taiwan isn’t all just about milk tea! In this post, you can find not only the most beautiful cafes, but also some of the city’s best-tasting coffee. If you find yourself in these areas, you might want to take a break and grab a cuppa! 1) COSTUMICE CAFÉ Address: No….

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Tokyo March 2015 Part 6 – Shibuya

Last supper before leaving Tokyo. After a day in Daikanyama, we walked all the way to Shibuya for dinner. We passed by this walkway, which I can’t believe I’ve only discovered now. Such an awesome place to take photos! Japan lighting is perfect. OOTD again, lol. Haruka-san, Nao-san, me, and…

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A Day with Chloe Ting

The last time I saw Chloe was September of 2012, when I visited Melbourne. 3 years later, it’s her turn to visit Manila! We’ve kept in touch these past few years, which is kind of amazing because we live so far away from each other! Technology, thank you! Of course,…

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Tokyo May 2014

Tokyo May 2014

Dumping all my photos from my short stay in Tokyo last May in this post, because I already posted a separate entry for Akihabara, and I’ll be posting another separate entry for Aoyama! Japan temporarily gives me an infinite source of energy. It’s unreal how much I’m able to do…

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Tokyo March 2014 Part 2

These were mostly taken during my last whole day in Tokyo! Camille was already leaving later that afternoon, but we were both set on trying out this brunch place that my friend recommended. Even if it meant waiting in a long queue. Anything for good food! On our way to…

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March 5, 2014

Simple dinner and coffee date with Rg. We usually just go to quiet places around the area where we live. One of our favorite Japanese restaurants is Marufuku somewhere near Pearl Drive in Ortigas. I order shimejidake to garlic every time, as mushrooms are my favorite things in the world!…

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Boston November 2013

Boston November 2013

After the whirlwind that was my 3 short days in New York, things finally got to slow down when we arrived in Boston. My aunt (mom’s sister) has been living there for more than 2 decades, so it was nice having some sort of tour guide who perfectly knew what…

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