Japan 2017: Kinkaku-ji / The Golden Pavilion, Kyoto

Kinkaku is a shariden, a Buddhist Hall containing relics of Buddha. The pavilion is part of a temple that is formally named Rokuon-ji Temple but commonly called Kinkaku-ji Temple or Temple of the Golden Pavilion. Continue reading Japan 2017: Kinkaku-ji / The Golden Pavilion, Kyoto

K-Review: Bride of the Water God

I’m back with another (and my first for 2018) K-Review and this time its Bride of the Water God. I started watching this last December 2017 but somehow along the way, I lost motivation to watch it because the plot was too shallow for me. I persevered to watch it by mostly fast forwarding most of the scenes that didn’t involve the character Shin Hoo Ye, played by Lim Ju Hwan.

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Let’s have coffee | January

Hello, 2018! This is my first coffee date in a while and I honestly don’t know where to start. The last coffee date we’ve had was almost two months ago and a lot has changed since then. So why don’t we go sit by the window and have a little chat? Continue reading Let’s have coffee | January

Japan 2017: Tenryu-ji Temple + Bamboo Grove, Kyoto

A little fast fact first – there are 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kyoto alone. You won’t be able to see everything that Kyoto has to offer in a day. It is essential that you pick the sites you want to see and carefully plan your route.  Continue reading Japan 2017: Tenryu-ji Temple + Bamboo Grove, Kyoto

Food, A Collection | Vol. 4

I always try to be the best all-around blogger out there but I’m going to admit it. I have a stock of food pictures on my phone for a supposed to be food review but absolutely no energy to write about it. I find writing about food (nowadays, especially) so taxing. I always end up feeling hungry and craving for food after writing about it. So here’s one in hopes that you’d also end up feeling hungry after reading it. 🙂 Continue reading Food, A Collection | Vol. 4

Japan 2017: Togetsu-kyo Bridge, Kyoto

To start off our Kyoto tour, we decided to go to the furthest stop on our itinerary. We set off towards Arashiyama with three sites in mind – the Togetsu-kyo Bridge, Tenryuji Temple, and the Bamboo Grove. Continue reading Japan 2017: Togetsu-kyo Bridge, Kyoto