After eating days of crappy park food in Disney World, I said I’d stay away from fried protein when I went to New York City. The only exception that deserved to be an exception was Fuku, a fried chicken shop that is part of the Momofuku chain. (I really wanted to go to Momofuku Ko, but given the price and USD to CAD exchange rate, it just wasn’t worth it. It is on my bucket list though, ever since it was mentioned in one of my favourite books, The Rosie Project.) I went to Momofuku Noodle in Toronto and I think I will continue to try different Momofuku’s in different cities! [Read more…]
With all the walking I’ve done in Disneyworld and all the walking I know that will happen in New York, I’d thought it would be essential to book a spa at New York City’s Lush Spa. If you’ve been on here before, you’d know I love using Lush products and I often use it at home as a treat. So of course I’d be down to have someone use a bunch of Lush products on me while feeling relaxed.
I’m back! This is probably the longest break I’ve gone from blogging and I’m feeling a bit more inspired after returning from my Disney World and New York trip. I still have thousands of photos to sift through, so bear with me in the speed of getting posts up! I used my vacation as an excuse to take a prolonged blogging break, as I felt a bit overwhelmed by things lately. Anyways, whatever, let’s take a trip down memory lane.
I stayed in two hotels that are part of The Library Hotel Collection in New York. The first one was Hotel Elysée at 60 E 54th St. This location is to the Uniqlo flagship store (does that help with choosing which hotel to stay at?) 😉
Hi!! It’s been a few days; if you’ve been following me on Instagram, you might’ve seen some pictures taken from Seattle. I was there during the long weekend and though I’ve been down many times, it was great having a friend who was living there to take me around to places I never been before! One of the highlights of my short and sweet trip was a stopping at Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room.
I stay in the Richmond/Vancouver bubble way too much. Langley is pretty much a foreign city to me, as foreign as Japan or LA. So on our weekend getaway from Harrison Hot Springs, my friends showed me a picture of a waffle at Kraus Berry Farm and my stomache was ready. (I was like that Arthur meme, have you seen that picture of him with that C: face and ready to go?!)