Travel Diary: My Love From The Star

Here it is, the blog post all you K-drama fans have been waiting for–my visit to the “My Love From The Star” (or “You Who Came From The Star”) exhibit located at Dongdaemun Design Plaza. I don’t really watch a lot of K-dramas but because I’ve been hearing so many good things about this multi-awarded […]

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Travel Diary: Seoul Tower

Seoul Tower or Namsan Tower is one of Seoul, Korea’s most famous landmarks. This 777 feet tall communication and observation tower sits atop Namsan Mountain and marks the city’s highest point. It’s the perfect place to bid Seoul goodbye, don’t you think? You can reach the Seoul Tower in various ways–by car, bus, subway and even cable […]

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Travel Diary: Lee Moon Won + Han River Cruise

Our third day in Korea was totally a “me day”, dedicated to spoiling all of us rotten. After shopping to our hearts’ content at Myeong-dong, we were whisked off to the Lee Moon Won Korean Medicine Clinic located at the posh area of Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam to give our hair a little TLC. Dr. Lee Moon Won specializes in […]

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Travel Diary: Myeongdong Shopping

When you arrange a trip with fashion bloggers, you know shopping MUST be part of the itinerary. It’s a given. It’s practically a crime if you don’t let us shop, especially when we’re at one of the most fashionable cities in the world! So come our third day in Korea, we were finally given the chance […]

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Plaza De Colón

While shopping around Barrio De Salamanca, Sandy and I chanced upon this picturesque plaza. As much as I’d like to pretend I knew what this place was at that time, I had no clue. After consulting with my friend Google, I now know that this is Plaza De Colón or Columbus Square–a plaza dedicated to […]

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Roponggi

Good food is always one of my top priorities whenever I travel, so on my last day in Tokyo, I made sure to add another restaurant in my growing list of Japan “musts”. The restaurant is called Mercer Brunch, located at Roponggi. It’s a good thing that Tricia and I are both foodies so even if Roponggi […]

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Stop And Shop

There’s always time for shopping, right? After taking in the sights of Tokyo, I couldn’t miss dropping by Harajuku street for a quick fashion fix. It was less chilly that day so I was able to wear lighter clothes. I whipped out my florals and set aside my plaids to match the lovely spring weather. You […]

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Cool Japan

As many of you may already know, I just recently visited Tokyo upon the invitation of Google Japan and Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). I, along with Laureen and Tricia, were the Philippine representatives or ambassadors of METI’s special project called Cool Japan. This project is a government-funded initiative that aims to […]

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Travel With Purpose

The main reason why I visited Boracay last February was actually for TOMS One For One campaign. If you’re not familiar with this, this basically means that for every pair of TOMS shoes you purchase, TOMS donates a pair of shoes to the less fortunate. Same goes for TOMS eyewear. For every TOMS eyewear you […]

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No Diving

I’ve grown increasingly fond of one-piece swimsuits lately. Whenever I’m at a resort or a beach, I seem to notice girls in one piece swimsuits more than those in bikinis. Obviously, this wouldn’t be the case if I were a guy. LOL! But seriously speaking, they always have the best prints and designs. This is […]

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