Adventures

Cherry blossoms in Toronto and my favourite spot to find them (No, it’s not High Park)

Last weekend, thousands were expected to visit High Park to view the blooming cherry blossoms that only happen once a year usually around the end of April to the beginning of May. We had left the morning around 8am, arrived at High park at around 9am and secured a parking spot until we realized it was… Continue reading Cherry blossoms in Toronto and my favourite spot to find them (No, it’s not High Park)

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New York| NYFW ’18 DAY 1

No matter how big or small your interest is in fashion, you’ll at least some across a runway shot during fashion week. Fashion week. The busiest time in the industry where selected designers are to showcase their projects that set the pace for future trends in the upcoming seasons. Roseann and I have always wanted to… Continue reading New York| NYFW ’18 DAY 1

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MY CUP OF TEA|| Afternoon Tea at SUGAR TIERS| Worth it?

After having experience going to a couple high tea spots around Canada and the UK, I’ve decided to have a new segment on my blog reviewing different cafes called: My Cup of Tea. I don’t know when the addiction started, but I’ve come to love scouting different spots around Toronto for high tea and dress… Continue reading MY CUP OF TEA|| Afternoon Tea at SUGAR TIERS| Worth it?

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Art fair experience: City of Craft and Hanmoto Izakaya

Sammie & I go to City of Craft 2017 and Hanmoto  It’s almost become a little tradition for Sammie and I to go to art fairs together while we catch up about our work lives and reminisce over how little we party after graduating uni. I’ve always seen event postings for City of Craft, but… Continue reading Art fair experience: City of Craft and Hanmoto Izakaya

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Italy Day 2: Island hopping to Torcello, Murano, and Burano

Our second day in Venice was spent island hopping, and our first stop was Torcello. Torcello a nearby island known for their main attraction – the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, founded in the year 639. We weren’t allowed to take any pictures inside the Basilica, but it was definitely an underrated destination full of… Continue reading Italy Day 2: Island hopping to Torcello, Murano, and Burano

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Daniel Caesar at the Danforth Music Hall

For the past year, whenever she gets the opportunity, my sister plays Daniel Caesar’s music whenever she gets the aux cord. All I could vaguely remember was me swaying my head a couple times to his soulful melodies. When she invited me to join her for his concert, I passingly accepted without realizing how popular… Continue reading Daniel Caesar at the Danforth Music Hall