This is the first international travel that I planned independently! We spent 3 days and 2 nights at Hong Kong. We booked our plane tickets just weeks before the actual flight so our tickets are kinda pricey. Other than that, everything went absolutely fine.
My sister and I celebrated our birthdays last year at Hong Kong and of course, we went to the happiest place on the planet, Disneyland!
My sister and I spent our last day in Hong Kong roaming around Ngong Ping village. The whole village is beautiful and very tourist-friendly. It’s where we both had our first cable car ride!
This is a commissioned work and personally one of my favorites. I can only do freehand art when I really like what I’m doing. I’m very proud of this work and I’m very ecstatic every time I’m seeing this shirt being worn!
Vigan is Ilocos Sur’s capital, it is a small city with huge hospitality and patriarchy. Vigan remained to be one of the few UNESCO world heritage sites wherein old structures are conserved and well-kept. It is also well known for its cobblestone streets and unique architectures.
Go Bento offers customers quick relief of their Japanese food cravings. It is located near Bonifacio High Street which actually benefits employees within the area. Definitely a food on the go for busy BGC people!
Cafe Seol Hwa’s food is okay and location is very accessible. However, service is bad – really bad (at least for that one time we dined there.) Unfortunately, the food didn’t compensate for the really bad service. I just hope they’ll improve over time.
The management replied to my Zomato review and based on latest user reviews, I’ll assume that their customer service has improved. Please check out: http://www.zoma.to/pANLBG
I’m not a fan of peanut butter. But knowing that the boyfriend loves it, I decided to try and make these no-bake peanut butter bars. Ah, the things you do for the people you love!