Finally get to use the word “Tale” as per my blog title!
Why beer? It’s sort of connected to my next travel diary, Lucerne, which is my favorite city in the world by far. Mainly because of one thing: their beer, Eichhof to be exact. I’ve been daydreaming about this beer ever since I left the place. It’s nowhere to be found but there, not even in some other cities in Switzerland. You have no idea how desperate I was looking for other beers that could top this. But no such thing exists. And because of this, I really got into beers.
My cousin and I even brewed our own beer which was crazy and made us really badass. Ehem.. But seriously. Girls, don’t try this, it’s a guy’s job. We’re all over the place, but for the record, the beer was potable, not even! It was good according to my cousins and I believe them. LOL!
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Tagged beer, beer brewing, beverage, brew, brewery, drink, eichhof, europe, food, homebrew, homebrewing, Lucerne, Switzerland
Another photo session with my cousins. I’m really digging on that bangs! A K-Pop inspired look. Eyeliners eyeliners!
We weren’t prepared at all when it suddenly rained. You can see some blurred raindrops in some photos.
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Tagged asian makeup, beauty, eye makeup, eyeliner, korean, kpop, makeup, makeup artist, model, motd
Looks familiar? Yes, it’s the church inspired in Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Again, the fault of the French Revolution nearly destroyed the Notre Dame Cathedral. Good thing it was restored a couple of years after.
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Tagged Eiffel Tower, europe, eurotrip, france, Louvre, love lock, Mona Lisa, Notre Dame, Notre Dame Cathedral, opera house, Palais Garnier, Paris, the hunchback of notre dame
Combining prints often turns out nay for some reason, usually the fabric isn’t right or the colors are clashing. But maybe not for this. (I hope!)
Just when you thought France is all about glamour and beauty, it turns out to be, well, reality. Except for the Palace of Versailles (Château de Versailles). The most beautiful palace I’ve ever seen (not exaggerating). Those very finely made walls, doors and furniture, paintings on the ceilings (not Michaelangelo). It has so much history.
Two places to visit in Brussels.
1. The Atomium, known for its atom-like structure that appeared to be blown up a gazillion times, is one of Belgium’s top landmarks. It’s like Brussels’ own Eiffel Tower.
What I knew about this city before I got here was, in one word, Marijuana.
I was so excited to come here just to taste some of those, since it’s legal. I really wanted to take advantage but my conscience was killing me, so I didn’t. :(
We went to see one of the canals of Amsterdam where, back in the day, they use it to transport goods to and from different countries.
This pair of knee shorts has been my fave since I bought it last Christmas. It’s so soft and comfy that I can literally sleep in them. And it doesn’t reveal too much skin especially when you go to places where you want to hide them.
Going back to Hong Kong, we just HAD to have a second round of JR. Sadly, I didn’t feel all that excited, but don’t get me wrong, the food is still exquisite. I guess people just don’t get satisfied with anything. We bought the latest gadget last month and still buy a new one today. Human nature. That’s my excuse :P
A different welcome treat for us!
Jelly soup with Cod Potato Ball dipped on Tomato Paste and Tabasco
Feeling the summer heat in Hong Kong with my very flowy jumpsuit. The mix of colors is definitely a plus in this weather, don’t you think?