Paris in the spring time is nothing short of beautiful. We only stayed there for two nights. It was pretty chill because we did all the touristy stuff back in 2014. Something new, however, was the fact that we watched the Moulin Rouge! Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed inside. I swear, that's the most extravagant piece of theatre i've ever watched. Before heading back to Manila, my lolo asked for bellota ham as pasalubong. Although i'm not a big fan of ham, I really liked this one. However, my favorite was the Spanish chorizo. We did nothing but stroll around the city and eat, but any trip to Paris is…

I underestimated the power of mother nature until I went to Scotland. Here's the thing: even though I've spent a third of my life in an ice rink, I can't stand cold weather. It's so bad that even if it's 90 degrees outside, i'll be cuddling with a blanket in our car. I could handle London and knew that Edinburgh was going to be a bit colder. Little did I know that Scotland's weather is nothing close to sunny skies. My friend even sent me a snapchat saying "That's literally my favorite place in the world! Enjoy!" I replied with "It's beautiful here but it's…

We probably spent a total of three hours in Bath. But in that short time, we visited the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and walked around the area. Here are a few photos - enjoy!                        

         

I'm going to start with Ben's Cookies. I first discovered them when my auntie went to London a few months before I did, asking a very important question to our family: "Who want's Ben's cookies or Famous Amos?" She returned with the two cookie brands and whilst Famous Amos became my new study snack, Ben's cookies surprised me with its chewiness despite being stuck in a suitcase for a day or so. Without question, our family was going to visit this famous cookie place when we visited the U.K.    Another no-brainer food spot to visit is Borough Market. My brothers and I were excited to drink…

Three years ago I blogged about my summer holiday in Europe with my trusty Lumix camera. (I still cringe at the photos and my writing style). Soon after, I graduated from automatic settings and switched to manual. I am now one of those tourist who carries a chunky DLSR camera everywhere I go; It’s hassle but it’s worth it. We went to London this spring break for a slightly different reason than just going on holiday – we went for university tours! *que anxiety* I don’t know where I’ll be studying but I guess the UK is an option. My parents said they’re okay with…

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