Travel Diary: Nikolaiviertel (Nikolai Quarter)

Nikolaiviertel or Nikolai Quarter is often referred to as the oldest residential area of Berlin. Technically, it really was. Merchants and artisans settled here in the Middle Ages because it’s located at the crossing of land and water trading routes on both sides of the river Spree. Unfortunately though, most of its medieval lanes and […]

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Seaside

Last month, I flew to Cebu for the Cebu In The Bag event arranged by the Cebu Chamber of Commerce And Industry. Since the 3-day event was held in Mactan, I made sure to make the most out of the seaside–even if it’s just taking the sea breeze in, walking on the sand and dipping […]

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Afternoon Stroll

If our weather was a little breezier, maybe I’d actually consider strolling around one of our local parks. I’d wear something like this–a simple top, a light soft skirt and a comfortable pair of flats. One can only dream, right? In reality though, I was sweating like a pig (a cute and fashionable little pig FYI) […]

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Lady Danger

Here goes Style Staple, pushing my limits yet again. I don’t really wear tops cut this low at the front, but hey, you’re only young once right? I might as well try it now before gravity starts to work it’s magic on my babies. Surprisingly, it actually doesn’t look all that sexy. I guess it’s because […]

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Mint Condition

Now that I’m past the first quarter of my life, assuming I live until a 100 years old, (Oh dear God, I don’t think I want to reach a century old) it feels a tiny bit different. 26 just doesn’t have the same ring to it as 25. But even so, I’m #proudofmyage. (You can’t take […]

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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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Travel Diary: Sakura

Although this wasn’t my first time in Tokyo, I’ve never visited the city at the right time to actually catch its famous sakura or cherry blossoms. This time around, I was determined to see one. (Just one, Lord. Even if it’s just one.) And just one it is! I’m so thankful to our #CoolJapan #100Tokyo […]

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Travel Diary: Asakusa + Tokyo Runway

If Europe has its cathedrals, Asia has its temples. This is why a trip to Tokyo wouldn’t be complete without visiting at least one of its famous shrines. During my trip to Tokyo last year, I visited Meiji Shrine. This year, we decided to go to Sensō-ji, a popular Buddhist temple located at Asakusa. Comparing […]

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Fly Girl

I felt extra bouncy this day, from my hair down to my shoes. I was part of a fashion show so my hair was beautifully styled and my makeup was all pretty. How I wish I wake up looking like this everyday. But that’s just not the way life works. Since I had a super […]

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Golden Glow

How fitting is it that I’m typing this beach post taken at Boracay last month from my hotel room in Boracay now? Yes I’m back in the island again. I used to think I wasn’t a beach baby but it seems like I am. I can’t remember how many times I’ve visited this island already. […]

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