Travelogue: Taiwan Day 1

Known for its night markets, healthy food, and the famous Din Tai Fung, I must say that there is so much more to Taiwan than just what it is commonly known for. Yes, this country did live it up to its claims, but then there are countless more things and sceneries to discover from this extremely beautiful place.

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Sunny Brunch

Sunnies by Charlie has made a name for itself ever since it has sold chic but affordable sunglasses. They’ve also branched out to Sunnies Specs to provide some of the most fashionable glasses. Now, they have just recently opened their newest addition: Sunnies Cafe. It’s been about a week since our new favorite cafe has come to town! Ever since its opening, Sunnies Cafe has been jam-packed with people, but despite the long line, people still patiently wait for their turn to know what’s been keeping customers come back for more.

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Daily Bag Essentials

I think most people are unintentionally a doer of overpacking. I must admit, I am too. When I say overpacking, I don’t only pertain to packing for out-of-town trips or long vacations, I mean every single day too. If you’re wondering which items to bring along everyday, then keep reading.

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Coffee Series: United Coffee

The second post in my Coffee Series is about a hidden coffee shop nestled in Pasig City. It has recently become a weekend tradition that me and my friend, Aly, would spend Saturday afternoons in new, quiet and uncrowded coffee shops. United Coffee is located in Kapitolyo, which is home to delicious treats from undiscovered restaurants.

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Coffee Series: Caravan Black

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Been wanting to sit in a nice coffee shop all day and just think about how your life is going?  Then you must see Caravan Black. It’s a new coffee shop but the interiors and the coffee are truly exceptional.

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How I Edit My Instagram Photos

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Instagram’s the deal nowadays. It has been a growing influence to society, a network for many trends, and of course a huge communication system for many individuals. Another thing about Instagram, it releases our inner photographer. Many people express themselves through shots of different places, people, and experiences. I must admit, I love Instagram. It has been one of my favorite social-networking apps, and I always put time and effort into my feed.

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Where To Eat: 10 of Hong Kong’s Best Food

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When traveling, my mom always goes by the phrase “eat by the locals.” It makes sense, because they know which food and restaurants won’t hurt your wallet, but still are the best. We’ve done prior research about Hong Kong’s must-try dishes, and during our trip, we’ve proven how mouth-watering these dishes can get. Here are 10 of the best food in Hong Kong.

Ebeneezer’s

If you’re looking for authentic Indian cuisine, make this a stop at your itinerary. Its staff and employees are Indian, and they make sure you get the best quality of food. You should try any of their Biryani dishes (HKD 62), choosing from chicken, beef, or vegetables. Another dish that we ordered is the Chicken Curry (HKD 62). They have huge servings. It seems like they served us one and a half cup of rice just for one dish. It’s more than enough especially if you’re not a rice eater.

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2015 Highlights

The year 2015 came by really fast. Due to busy schedules and task-overload, it seems as if this year just happened in the blink of an eye. But despite that, I tried to make the most out of the rare and little breaks that I’ve had for the entire year.

1. Burot Beach, Calatagan, Batangas

 This was my first summer adventure for the year 2015. Burot Beach is the typical 3-hour travel from the city. It is owned and being maintained by SM Group of Companies for public use given that they pay a certain fee. The area is very secluded. We had to use Waze to get to the beach. The sand was cream white, but it wasn’t as fine as the ones we see in Boracay. But despite that, it’s still a beautiful place. Nothing can beat the serenity this place holds.

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Wildflour Cafe + Bakery

My friends and I decided to grab breakfast somewhere in Legaspi Village, and luckily, we came across Wildflour Cafe + Bakery. We met up early in the morning, took some pictures, and once we were done, we ate breakfast. Besides, there’s no better way to start your day than with delicious food! Continue reading “Wildflour Cafe + Bakery”