Happy HeARTs Day from Ayala Malls

Happy Valentine's Day madlang people!!! How are your hearts today? Happy? Indifferent? Bitter? Haha! Uy, waaaag. This day is all about celebrating love in all forms. Agree? This day is for everyone! It's a great day to express your love to people who matters to you the most-- your partner, family, siblings and friends. And what better way to celebrate, than to treat them (lunch? dinner? movies?shopping?) at the nearest Ayala Mall


Hong Kong & Macau, Day 5: Nan Lian Garden, Chi Lin Nunnery & Victoria Peak

Hello again! So to recap, I went on an 8-day adventure in Hongkong and Macau last January and it didn't cost us much to go sightseeing, pig out and enjoy at the same time. On our last full day in Hong Kong, we decided to take it easy and not strictly follow our itinerary. We didn't want any stress on our last day in the city. Even if we all woke up a little late (around 12pm), we still pushed through with our original plan to visit and check out Nan Lian Garden and Chi Lin Nunnery at Diamond Hill. We also took a quick trip to Victoria Peak to see the beautiful Hong Kong skyline at night. Stories through photos starting with my outfit that day!:)


Hong Kong & Macau 2016, Day 4: Disneyland + Central

Hello! How are you guys??? Your Ate niyo Aisa/Pax is still a little sick, but at least I'm not a prisoner anymore. Hehe. I have so much to share with you guys, but after nalang my travel posts. Haha. Anyway, speeding things up so I can get back to my Asia posts ulit. Bagan awaits! 

So here's what happened on our 4th day in Hong Kong! Since this trip was mostly budget, Disneyland was not really on top of our list of places to visit. Or Oceanpark. Those places are perfect for first-timers and tourists with kids. Since my sis and I had been there before and Nico is not really an amusement park kind of guy, we agreed to consider them if we have extra money nalang. After all, a ticket to Disneyland costs more or less P3,300 per person, Oceanpark costs P2,200. To cut this long story short, we still made it to the happiest place on Earth! AND, we didn't even pay a single cent. Ito na ata yung right time to use the #BLESSED. Lol! My mom's sister hooked us up with a family friend who works in Disney and he gave us free tickets! All three of us. Thank you, Lord! And thanks Tito Chito. :) Photos and stories below starting with my OOTD that day...


Take a Bow

A solo OOTD post for a change! Haha. I'm a little better now after getting sick for more than a week. I still have coughing fits but it's now manageable. Anyway, 2 weeks ago, I attended the Creamsilk Transformations event at the World Trade Center. It's a good thing my package from GoBuy arrived a few days before, so I was able to wear something nice to the event! Should have worn dressier shoes, though. But, can't seem to stop wearing my new KEDS x Kate Spade pair. I'm obsessed. Photos below!

Hong Kong & Macau 2016, Day 3: Lantau Island & Mongkok

While some of my cousins are out with my jowa, partying in Makati, I chose to stay at home nalang and rest some more. So proud of myself! Haha. My visitors (mom, sis, bro-in-law, sis-in-law) just left, leaving me bored again. Haha. So, eto na, more travel posts! Here's what happened on our 4th day in Hong Kong! Photos and stories below...


Hong Kong & Macau 2016, Day 2: Nathan House, Ten Thousand Buddhas & TST Promenade

Hello, friends! So, I just came back from Bohol and I have no voice and I'm feeling a bit under the weather. :( I am putting myself on voluntary house arrest (to recharge and recuperate) and to fight off boredom, I've decided to work on pending travel posts while watching Anthony Bourdain shows on iFlix. It's super entertaining but also makes me super hungry and makes me want to travel more. Hehehe.  

Anyway, here's Part 4 of my HK/Macau 2016 travel posts! On our 2nd day in Hong Kong, Nico and I decided to leave the city, go to Sha Tin and visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple/Monastery. I've been there before but I wanted to see it again, with Nico this time. After Sha Tin, we headed back to TST Harbour area for some more exploration. But before that, we checked in muna to our new hostel which we booked via AirBnB. Owner was nice enough to let us check-in early para more time to pasyal. Photos and stories below!


Hong Kong & Macau 2016, Day 1: Tsim Sha Tsui, Wan Chai & Causeway Bay

Our first official day in Hong Kong was pretty relaxed, as we opted to just chill and walk around the city. No plans, no rush, no itinerary. We postponed our other tours and activities because we wanted to do it nalang when my sister arrives. Our room didn't have a window, so we overslept. Haha! We didn't know what time it was because forever lang madilim sa room. Lol. Woke up at around lunch time. Headed straight to Tsim Sha Tsui (HK's busiest area) to have our money changed and to eat lunch. Stories through photos!

Basic House sweater, Uniqlo jeans, Christian Siriano for Payless bag, Mikkas Closet brogues
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