My Fall Travel Essentials

With fall season just around the corner and holiday breaks coming, I’m sure there are a lot of you who are planning to travel to dreamy destinations where leaves turn a pretty orange color and the weather is pleasantly cool. If you are one of these people, then keep reading because I just came up […]

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Schloss Schönbrunn

Here’s another palace to add to my growing list of palaces that I’ve visited so far: Vienna’s famous Schloss Schönbrunn. It’s a baroque style palace and gardens from the Hapsburg Empire located right at the center of it all. I don’t know about you but I’m getting used to this palace life. It’s not too […]

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Strolling Around Salzburg

The grand Mirabell Palace and Gardens, the traditional shopping street Getreidegasse, the medieval Hohensalzburg Castle, the splendid Salzburg Cathedral, the striking Sphaera on Kapitelplatz, the view of the Eastern Alps–these are just a few of the sights that make Salzburg one of the most beautiful destinations. I’m glad I took Sunrise Greece’s suggestion and decided […]

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My Beach Babes

Because of my business management training at my old university, the only place I deem acceptable to wear flipflops in public is by the pool or at the beach. But even so, I still find myself looking for more stylish footwear I can bring to my summer escapades. Heels are, of course, out of the […]

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Uptown Funk

Neutrals have always been a winner with the more mature set, but that doesn’t mean youngsters (*cough* like me *cough*) can’t sport them and still look every bit as funky. I always say, it’s all about the styling. You don’t just look at an item and judge it by its face value by instantly dismissing […]

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Playing Pretend At Palais Royal

Let’s play pretend. Let’s pretend I were Parisian with my little beret and undying love for anything black. I’d probably own a bike–the no-fuss kind that has a simple basket in front for me to store my books and baguette in. Every morning, I’d ride it to the Palais Royal just to enjoy the early […]

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Graphic

Oh, bloggers and our affinity with walls. I actually matched my outfit to this wall. LOL! I was passing through one day and thought it would make such a cool backdrop for one of my OOTDs. So here I am, playing matchy matchy with this beautiful wall art. You see, this is what I mean […]

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Ready For Resorts World, Sentosa!

I seem to be frequenting Singapore more and more nowadays. Mostly for work but I’m not complaining, especially when the invite is coming from Resorts World Sentosa, home to a plethora of fun-filled offerings for all ages (which I’ll talk more about on my next posts). For now, I’m just sharing my first #OOTD for […]

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Travel Diary: Arashiyama

At the western outskirts of Kyoto lies another touristy district called Arashiyama. It takes about 30 minutes to get here by train but it’s totally worth the long transit (when I say long, I mean by Japanese standards) especially during cherry blossom and fall seasons. A short walk to Arashiyama’s central landmark–the Togetsukyo Bridge, will […]

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Travel Diary: Fushimi Inari Taisha

Fushimi Inari Taisha or Shrine is the most important shrine dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Several locals visit Fushimi Inari to pray for prosperity for their businesses. Tourist, however, visit this shrine for its visual appeal. Personally, I think it’s one of Kyoto’s most beautiful sights. It’s hard not to be when […]

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