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Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters

Long overdue post (and a long time since I last posted) but here goes: Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters. Been there twice since it opened but only ate there once. Their coffee's not too bad and the food choices really give you a massive headache because I can hardly come to a decision ever! It's just too hard because everything sounds like it's going to be really yummy. Looking forward to returning at the end of the year or start of next year to try something else on the menu or see what new items they may come up with.

P.S. the honey comb tiles, white and brown colour combination, and concrete floor also had me walking around the place with heart-shaped eyes. Don't you agree?

xx, Pei.


Lobby Loung-ing

Two Fridays ago, Cee and I embarked on a mini edventure, as she would put it, to The Westin Singapore. I was immediately swept away by their lobby lounge located on the 32nd floor. Although it had just rained when we first arrived, the sun was shining brightly by the time we left. You could imagine our heart-shaped emoji eyes as we took in everything, especially the glass windows that showed an unobstructed view of the bay. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves trying to capture the light that was so beautifully filtered in! Here here, check them out yourselves below.

The Westin Singapore  Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina View

Lastly, it's almost December. I can feel the tingles waiting for my favourite time of the year to arrive.
To overseas readers, stay warm!
With love, Pei.


Hong Kong '14

I cannot fully explain why I'm so obsessed with Hong Kong but the charm of its concrete jungle definitely plays a huge part in it. I just can't seem to get enough of the vintage-y vibes that covers every building, the whimsical pockets of light that can almost never be found in Singapore, the pastel coloured buildings, and the hustle and bustle that covers every part of the place. For this trip, I was extremely lucky to catch the clear sky except only on my last day. Now now, I shall let my pictures speak for me, it's easier this way.

Have a great weekend and an amazing November.
God bless you all, Pei.


Yufuin I

Yes, finally the extremely overdue post of my trip to Japan this May. I've been much too busy the past few months, which led to my putting off of this post.

I was immediately, within the first five minutes, taken over by the strong architectural lines present in Japan. They're so orderly and incredibly pleasant to the eyes. Our first stop, before checking into our hotel, was Yufuin, which is a small onsen town in Oita Prefecture. It's a great place to relax, stroll about, and take all the beauty in. Especially that of the contrast between nature and architecture, such as having the mountain as a backdrop of the town shops or houses. You'd spot lovely flowers along the way and also a few horses trotting up and down the street. Just thinking about it now is making me feel so zen.

My first meal in Japan: