I decided to be active on YouTube and do vlogging there that I thought of doing a “20 Random Facts About Me” video. I also thought of sharing those facts here on my blog since the last time I did something like this was over three years ago. You may read it here. Read More »
I remember when I was in Taiwan, their kind of water was either milk tea or any tea in general. It is so much healthier anyways, I wasn’t used to it but I still drank it as a way to show respect and appreciate the offer. It was after all what I needed for my health, so I try to drink it once a while.
Last February 15, 2018, I flew back to Taiwan to be with my boyfriend again. (On why we chose Taiwan instead of me going to Canada instead, you may read it here.) It was such an exciting day for me. Prior to the flight, I haven’t seen my boyfriend for almost a year so I was very excited.
First thing I noticed is the weather. Manila weather is always around 32 degrees Celsius and I’m used to that. I knew it will be cold in Taiwan but I underestimated as I only brought two jackets with me. It was 20 degrees C when I arrived. That is very cold already to me who’s used to a tropical weather. I loved it, though!Read More »
Andy and I always make it a point to do something memorable everyday every time we meet.
For almost a year of not being together, I really missed playing bowling with him. I find it very exciting and fun. I also always looking forward to win against him. Haha! Coincidentally, we played again last March 5, 2018, the same month and day as last year. Also, last year, I won against him. 😀Read More »
If you’re doing research on where to go to Taiwan, you’ll probably come across this park on the list. If you’re into arts and history, you totally should go here. Architectures are beautiful and if you’re lucky, cherry blossoms are beautiful when they’re in full bloom here. We went here last February 21st, there were cherry blossoms but only few trees have yet. It was also great to know more about Chiang Kai-shek – the former president of the Republic of China. Below are the photos I took when I went there:
Taiwan has a lot of character themed cafes and one of which is the Rilakkuma Cafe. For brunch last Friday, February 23rd, we decided to have it at the said cafe.Read More »
In Taiwan but dining at a Thai restaurant? Why not, right? The first time I dined here was last 2016 and my boyfriend and I did enjoy it. They have a lot of food to choose from on their menu and everything is at a reasonable price.
This year, my boyfriend and I went back to this place with his mother and these were all the dishes we ordered:Read More »