Style & Beauty

Tie-Waist Black Shirt Dress

This tie-waist black shirt dress is one of the most versatile pieces in my closet right now. I wear it with my black boots for work or with sandals for a casual weekend. You can tie it in the front or at the back, although as you can see, I tend to do the former… Continue reading Tie-Waist Black Shirt Dress

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London Day 2 – Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Borough Market, View from the Shard, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Liverpool Street Station

Day 2 involved as much walking, if not more, than day 1, but there were so many things to see! We started off with a bit of history at the Tower of London, crossed the River Thames on Tower Bridge, and stopped by the popular Borough Market for lunch. Belly full, we continued to the… Continue reading London Day 2 – Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Borough Market, View from the Shard, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Liverpool Street Station

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London Day 1 – Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Churchill War Rooms, Trafalgar Square

I hope you agree with the saying "a picture is worth a thousand words", because then you'd excuse me for not writing much on this blog post. V has finally edited most of the photos we took on our London trip last October, so I'll start sharing them in batches here. On our first day… Continue reading London Day 1 – Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Churchill War Rooms, Trafalgar Square

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The Second Tallest Building and the Highest Starbucks in the World

OK, so this is the last of the posts you'll see about my trip to Taipei, Taiwan at the beginning of the 2018. Wait, what? Yes, I'm the girl who is posting stuff almost an entire year behind. Thank goodness I'm not writing your time-sensitive news is all I'm saying. Visitors to Taipei won't miss… Continue reading The Second Tallest Building and the Highest Starbucks in the World

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Shifen

Our last destination for the day, after roaming the narrow alleys of Jiufen, was Shifen, a small village around the Shifen railway station area. Originally built for transporting coal during the Japanese era, the station and track run straight through the village. People come to Shifen for the experience of writing their wishes onto chinese lanterns and setting… Continue reading Shifen