Last November 18, 2017, I was invited to attend the Blogapalooza: Generation D Event along with my squad, the Davao Bloggers Society. We stayed at the Nobu Hotel at City of Dreams Manila.
Hey sweeties!♡ As mentioned from my previous travel post(Bangkok 2016), I will show you the full view of Hello Kitty House Bangkok. The cuteness of this shop is too much to handle. So proceed with caution.😉
As promised, I will share with you the details of my experience and some tips and tricks to guide you on your future trip to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Bangkok. This guide is based on my accumulated research before my trip and some of my experience during the trip.
At long long last, my first ever travel out of the Philippines! After trying for many years, failed plans and money wasted, I finally experienced the beauty of what’s out there. As per say, “Travel because life is short and the world is huge.” That is why I always want to travel and discover different places and people. I want …
(Thrift dress, Thrift bag, Primadonna platform shoes) Hype this look on lookbook here. Heey! I have been on hiatus for a couple of months because of work. I really missed blogging so much. But hey, I’m back once again! Recently, Me, my mom with her friend visited a farm somewhere Buda, Bukidnon. We bought some lettuce, strawberries and potted herbs. My inner vegan side …
5. Lantaw Native Restaurant This restaurant is so refreshing since it is located at the peak of Busay hill. The overlooking view of Cebu City is so breathtaking. With the mouth-watering Philippine Cuisine and the sparkling city lights at night, this place would be perfect for your ideal romantic date night.
Last March 28, 2015, I got a chance to travel to Cebu City, which is the hometown of my dad. I was very excited about this trip because my last visit here was 12 years ago. So our here is our Itinerary: Sutukil, Yellow Submarine, Camotes Island, Temple of Leah, Lantaw, Some Churches, La Vie Parisienne, and Oslob.