Four new attractions (and more!) are waiting for you at Universal Cool Japan 2018!
Happy 2018! I feel so bad not being able to update as often! In my first post for this year, I’ll be sharing you my food cravings that could be found in Osaka! This is not a list of hole-in-a-wall places or of the best restaurants, this is a list of my own personal Osaka must-try. Hope you enjoy reading and getting hungry with me! Continue Reading
Hi guys! So sorry for the long hiatus, I wasn’t feeling so well this past few months (I’ll post more details about this soon!) but here’s a short post why you should spend your Christmas or your upcoming holidays at Crosswinds Tagaytay.
As you all know, I’m all about sustainability. I like buying quality clothes because I like to be able to use them for a very long time. I also have two more sisters who I share my clothes with! In this post, I’ll share you some tips to have long-lasting clothes.
Since I always get this question a lot from new people I meet, old friends that I haven’t seen for the longest time, Filipino friends that I made in Japan and decided to move back to the Philippines. I’ve been wanting to write this post since I’ve moved back in Manila in 2015 but I kept on stalling it since I felt like I wasn’t fully decided (about the pros and cons of living in Japan and moving back to The Philippines yet). And now, maybe 2 years is enough?
The making of this outfit is somehow a coincidence. I accidentally scratched my nose and it bled on my way to an event so I thought I’d use my sunnies to cover it up. I had this pair months ago but I never use it outside the car till that day.
I won’t really explain why am I sad. Everybody gets sad once in a while and that’s fine.
I just thought of making a 6 day itinerary around Kansai (Osaka, Kyoto and Nara) for you. Hope this helps!
I was invited to the launch of Le Petit Soufflé and Yardstick Coffee’s new cake and cffee pairings, of course I said yes! I’m a big fan of afternoon tea (or coffee whichever you prefer) and desserts! I love everything sweet but not too sweet (do you know what I mean?). That afternoon everything tasted good!
French-Japanese bistro Le Petit Soufflé teamed up with Yardstick Coffee to introduce three new pairings composed of their respective expertise: pastry and coffee. The tie-up coincided with the launch of Workshop, the bespoke patisserie within Le Petit Soufflé Megamall. Continue Reading