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Japan Pt.4: Kanazawa(金沢) By The Sea

It’s quite the road trip to drive from Kyoto to Kanazawa. It takes just under 4 hours. You first go right next pass the largest lake in Japan, the Biwa lake琵琶湖,and after a bit of fun mountain bends, you reach right next to the East Sea, which takes you all the way up north, through Kaga, to …

Japan Pt.3: Arashiyama岚山 & Dinner at Jugyuan 十牛庵

Another day, another outfit. A winter skirt is such a great layering piece to both keep you warm, and injecting some femininity back into the look. Teamed up with a pair of trusty old heat-tech leggings and over-the-knee boots, I’m ready to walk about Kyoto in a cold but sunny winter day.

A Day in Vigo, Spain

It’s the first week into September, school has started, streets are starting to get covered by falling leaves, and jackets are back in duty… it is Autumn. But who says you can’t dig out some of the amazing photos taken earlier this summer, and immerse yourself back in that salty sea breeze and …

Paris All To Myself

Second day in Paris, I finally did what fashion bloggers usually do: that is to rise with the sun. Our hotel was only about 10 mins walking distance to Trocadero, which is supposed to be best spot to observe the Eiffel Tower. I set my alarm for 6am, and woke up to the golden morning sun. Anot …

Wonderland in Paris

Some people fall in love with Paris straight away, or even before they’ve been. However for me, the love grew slowly every time I paid another visit. By the time I visited Paris earlier this year, I was, save to say, completely in love with the place. I knew what’s where, and I had a rough idea …

Bun House & Tea Room, Soho

If you haven’t visited this little newly opened joint in the westend, I’m afraid my friend, you’re missing out. Bun house has a Hongkong retro traditional cafe kind of vibe. It’s only been opened for a couple of months, and the perky little buns have taken the instagram foodie world by storm. I’ …

Venice Part Three: 6 Boxes You Must Tick When Visiting Venice

The 1st box to tick: Lunch at a local Osteria. My priority when traveling is always around the food I want to eat. I usually never stumble into places, unless it looks really good and authentic, and the place I had in mind was somehow unfeasible. I always research way ahead, and book for the …

Dubai First Part, the Modern City

Last month I went to Dubai for a dear friend’s wedding. It was my first time in Dubai. But as I’d imagined to be the same for most people: even that you hadn’t been to Dubai, you’d probably have heard a lot about the city and had painted your own picture of it in your brain already. Well, at lea …

Best Camping Recipe to Try (One of Them At Least)

     By the last evening of our glamping experience, I felt absolutely adapted. Watching over fire, checking up on food supply and freshness, hottubing in the woods, and topping up the water level…I felt I could absolutely live as a full-time glamper! And also by this time, fashion kind …

Quick Lunch Stop in Paris – Udon Kunitoraya 虎庵

Udon Kunitoraya is a long word, let’s call it the “best udon place” shall we? Everything you need to know about this amazing little udon shop located just off Palais Royal is that, it closes on Wednesdays. Apart from that, you’re all good to go! Reasonably priced, great central l …

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