Winter Wear Inspiration

First of all, thank you all for the likes on my last post about planning a trip to Japan! I’m glad you’re excited about it too! I practically daydream about it most days now. We’ve booked all the accommodations (looking for them was fun too, and I will share our experiences and reviews after the…

Planning Our First Trip to Japan

Even though I love almost everything about Japan, it has taken me this long to decide to travel to Japan, mainly because Japan is a notoriously expensive travel destination. Well, not so true nowadays since the Japanese Yen has dropped quite considerably against other currencies, so after a lot of deliberation which involves some calculation in a…

My Weekend Uniform, Part 2

These photos were taken the day V and I visited the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone for reasons other than photography, because there really wasn’t anything wonderful to do or see or eat here. Despite being a relatively new development in Macau, the place looked like an abandoned part of a…

Lucy Knisley

I love to read and most of the time prefer fiction, but Lucy Knisley’s autobiographical comic books are delightful and perfect when you need a light, uplifting read (like after you finished two books by Kazuo Ishiguro). In French Milk and Relish, she talks about growing up, family, and her love for food and travel. I enjoy…

Tricolour

Colour blocking doesn’t have to be loud and over the top. Sure, Sarah Jessica Parker may look great pairing a bright pink skirt with a bright orange top, but I love it when it’s as simple as this tricolour dress. Photos by Arnold Hozana

My Weekend Uniform, Part 1

Sweater: Cotton On Leggings-pants: Uniqlo Bag: Sussan You’re looking at one of my favourite casual weekend uniform: a slightly oversized sweater (I got this particular one on sale for 5 dollars!), leggings-pants (I love these pants so much I have four of them in different colours and constantly have to stop myself from buying more whenever…

Alto de Coloane

Just south of the Seac Pai Van Park, you will find a winding road Estrada do Alto de Coloane which takes you to the Coloane Peak, the highest point in Macau at about 170m above sea level. Hike up if you dare, but there is a free half-hourly shuttle (from 8 am to 6 pm) to transport the less-fit…