Posts from the ‘#Fashion’ Category
Today, my only day off for 3 weeks…I wish time would go slower!
I decided not to sleep in today and use my free time wisely. Ed and I decided to take a casual stroll up to my favorite cafe – Luxbite and on the way, take some snaps of the area we live in to give an insight of our neighborhood.
Gosh I haven’t stepped foot into Luxbite for ages, been craving for their macaroons all week! They’ve also renovated the place, it looks modern and vibrant. Definitely a relaxing, quiet place to enjoy a coffee and dessert. I usually order an affogato when I’m there but decided to have an iced coffee this time and my usual macaroons (watermelon and sour strawberry..droollll). Ed is boring as heck and ALWAYS has a latte and lemon meringue tart.
If you guys ever have a chance to come down to Melbourne I would absolutely recommend The Olsen for accommodation because its close to everything (trams, trains, Chapel st, cafes, shopping) minus the clutter of staying in the heart of the city (only 5 minute train ride away).
Can’t wait until Uni placement is over, definitely need to hit the shops and enjoy some retail therapy!
Gosh it’s been such a long time since I last blogged, must be the laziest blogger ever!
I just wanted to update you guys on what I’ve been up to recently and upload the last of my photos from my amazing trip.
I’ve been back home for nearly two weeks now however I still feel like I’m in holiday mode. The US was a life changing experience, their shopping, their lifestyle, their food, their fashion…everything was worth seeing and experiencing first hand. I really feel refreshed and never more clear of what I want in life and what I have to aim for. Definitely 6 weeks well spent haha! I’m going to stop rambling on about how wonderful the US was and upload some photos I think, before I get too carried away haha.
So I haven’t really been blogging lately but instead have just been posting up photos of my trip. Today I decided to tell you guys briefly about my experience on Canal St, NYC. It was just so different. Canal St is in Chinatown and when Ed and I got out of the subway and stepped foot onto Canal St we were so overwhelmed. There were so many small store fronts packed with bags and little nick nacks and a lot of bakeries serving bubble milk tea. It was kind of like stepping into a whole other country. So I’ll leave it here and I promise to blog about my whole trip once I get the chance. Meanwhile enjoy the photos =)!