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A day in Tokyo (Akihabara + Ueno Park + Asakusa)
It's been over two months since we went to Japan and I don't think I'm over it. Japan is the type of place that you can go over and over, and don't get tired of it. (Although, I would say this applies for Australia too). We had this whole two week trip plan...
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Baked Chicken Katsu
How do you imagine a perfect lunch? For me, it's as simple as having chicken karaage (made by the fiance) and store-bought garlic sauce, coupled with hot steaming rice. Nothing fancy but ultimately memorable. For the last few weeks, I've been randomly readi...
Baked Chicken Katsu
Baked Chicken Katsu
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Sydney Observatory Hill (+ Life Lately)
I kept reminding myself to regularly write a post but it has been nine months since my last entry and I have no excuse. I wanted to say that I'm busy but I know that everyone else is busy with this thing called life and work. Anyway, all is well in my part ...
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Sydney Observatory Hill (+ Life Lately)
I kept reminding myself to regularly write a post but it has been nine months since my last entry and I have no excuse. I wanted to say that I'm busy but I know that everyone else is busy with this thing called life and work. Anyway, all is well in my part ...
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Pylon Lookout and Milsons Point
Two of the most iconic landmarks in Sydney arethe Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. I've always been fascinated with the latter and seriously considering doing the Bridge Climb in the near future (I have to save more because it costs around AU$300). For t...
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Pylon Lookout and Milsons Point
Two of the most iconic landmarks in Sydney is the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. I've always been fascinated with the latter and seriously considering doing the Bridgeclimb in the near future (I have to save more because it costs around AUD 250). For t...
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Cafe Spotting: The Grounds of Alexandria
Sydney prides itself of its brunch culture. With hundreds of cafes flocking the city, finding the right one could be a bother. Thankfully, there are such places that we can consider as go-to or must-visits, one of which is The Grounds of Alexandria . Aside ...
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Shrimp with Asparagus (with just the right hints of spicy)
I've always been a fan of prawn and shrimp. I can still remember when I was a kid, I would beg my parents to eat at Tokyo Tokyo after Sunday's mass so that I can have Tempura. Up to now, this crustacean is still my favourite. For some reason, I find it diff...
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How to apply for an Australian Visa in the Philippines (via ImmiAccount)
I guess, in one way or another, we all have an idea of our dream destination. That for me would be the Land Down Under. This beautiful country has lots to offer! As I said before , I stayed there for a month and I haven't even scratched the surface. I just ...
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Food in Photos: Surfers Paradise, Queensland
Aside from fond memories, my recent travel to Australia also made me gain weight. I couldn't blame anyone because I brought this to myself, eating left and right just excited to try and taste everything. If you take a peek at my phone's camera roll, half of...
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