It's been about three weeks since we last stepped foot in Australia and luckily, the separation anxiety is has died down. I do, however, have a gut feeling that soon enough we'll be finding ourselves back in the land down-under exploring a new city (possibly Melbourne). However, I'm trailing off topic. Touring Australia isn't complete without a visit the kangaroos and koalas. Hence, we paid a visit to the Sydney Zoo and Aquarium. Apparently, koalas are now considered pests because of their large population. Don't be fooled by they're cuteness though, they're considered as grumpy grandpas. If you try to mess with them, they're vicious.  For some odd reason, my…

Abercrombie & Fitch Top || Brandy Melville Skirt || Prada Sneakers Abercombie & Fitch Dress || Converse Sneakers || Pandora Bracelet Ronan Capili Photography || Dale Feliciano Art Design || Nash H&MU Completely brain-fried, I decided to take a break from homework and share more from our shoot in Tagaytay (this is the penultimate one). If you can't tell already, I struggle a lot when it comes to outfit post titles. Log Cabins (Part 2) is another way of saying I can't think of anything else. But hopefully, you'll come to admire the exteriors of my type of dream home. Besides, the beauty of a log cabin isn't…

Abercrombie Top and Shorts || Adidas Sneakers || Pandora Bracelet Why join a summer program? It forces you out of your comfort zone, pushes your boundaries and teaches you things that can't be taught in a classroom. Making friends is one example. At the start of the summer I had no idea that I'd have access to collaborating with aspiring fashion photographers such as Ashley Caba. We were both learning how to use manual settings, trying to wrap our heads around the functions of aperture and shutter speed. And what better way is there to become a better photographer than actually having a go and practicing?…

The summer holiday started early for me. One week before the school year ended, my mom and I were on a plane to San Francisco. I was sort of familiar with a few tourist attractions such as the golden gate bridge and pier 39. I even saw an American Girl store! (yes, I love American Girl dolls). But besides that, we went to new places that I fell in love with. Pier 39 From my last trip, I remember pier 39 as the place with really good funnel cake and fish & chips, ` a green screen magic carpet ride (hi Nico) and a cool…

Fun fact: one out of our two family sports is fishing. Sad fact: I suck at it HAHA. Anyways, my dad decided to go bottom line fishing during our stay in El Nido. We've never done this type of fishing before and it was different from anything i've experienced. Surprise, surprise: Ysabela (my aunt) and I caught nothing. But the rest of my family did! I want to say that bottom line fishing is harder than fishing with rods, but i'm not completely sure.. If you're looking for something different, this is something you should definitely check out. After all, fishing in open waters doesn't happen…

When I think of El Nido, the first thing that pops into my mind is that it’s a great snorkeling and diving location (thanks to our visit three years ago). This trip proves that escaping to an exotic island is a real stress-reliever. I mean, I went there before my finals! I already mentioned that Pangulasian Island alone is filled with so many activities but luckily; the resort helps us plan where to go around El Nido. Small Lagoon Big Lagoon The resort gave us complementary visits to the big and small lagoon. The opportunity was right there, so might as well grab it right?…

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