Thursday, July 19, 2012

Macau Invasion

It started all with this cute fluffy skirt and everything followed. I wanted to look girly when I was planning for my Macau outfit but of course there would be a thousand of walks to fill so I opted out to wear my sneaks! I don't know if you remember but I've been posting about how my pair of  Chucks has been a bestfriend to me for those days I wanted to look stylish but still comfortable. They just give out that "angas" factor when you wear it. Did I just say angas?! haha! 

It was a day tour so we had to take advantage of all the places Macau has to offer. It was nice seeing this place again. There were a lot of tourists of course but everything fell into place when I saw those lovely structures where you felt like your are in Portugal. Most of the translations here are also in Portuguese / Spanish because as you know there was a time when Macau was colonized by Portugal. 

So much of that history, I'm just saying that traveling is a must for those of you who want to learn other cultures. Knowledge is something you can't buy. So while you are still young treasure every time that you have to travel and see the world. Once you get the hang of it, I'm sure you'll get addicted to it.

In case you visit HK, don't forget to see Macau there is no visa required for this country. It is just a 45-minute ferry ride from there. The amazing tour awaits you! I hope you get to see Macau in this post. I would love to share more about this trip. You can comment below for more questions or just to say hi!  ♥

Shout out from the bottom of my heart to these lovely amazing photos! You know who YOU are and hugs from me. I'm such a fat kid but you still make me skinny and beautiful in your eyes. 

What I'm wearing:

Midriff - Victoria's Secret (stolen from my sister's closet)
Fluffy skirt - Landmark
Heart socks - Mongkok
Sneakers - Converse
Coffee bean-like gold necklace - Kohl's
Pearl and gold necklace - Forever 21
Shades - Fly
Black coat - Landmark

Photos were all taken by: Rexter Andrew Urquiola


  1. Awesome blog! would you mind following each other via bloglovin? :) x

    /Malin @

  2. Thanks Malin! Sure! Let us do that! <3

  3. I think it was actually Portugal that colonised Macau... They have plenty of Portugese restaurants outside the city.

    1. Appreciate it! Good thing I have readers like you who know a lot about history! :)


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