Seattle, October 2 - 5, 2014. Part 2.
For the second and third day in Seattle, we went to Woodland Park Zoo, University of Washington, Fremont, Snoqualmie Falls, and Downtown Bellevue.
I had an amazing time, thanks to my wonderful tour guide. <3
Seattle, October 2 - 5, 2014. Part 1.
This was my first trip to Seattle. Let me start by saying that Seattle/Bellevue is amazing. It is so beautiful, the food is delicious, the people are wicked nice, and there are barely any crowds in such a big city (compared to Boston and NYC).
The first day consisted of walking around downtown Bellevue and Seattle. We stopped by the Seattle library, Pike Place, Seattle Art Museum, and Japonessa.
New York City. August 30 - September 1, 2014.
My friends and I finally made it to New York City again. I think by now it can be considered a tradition ha!
Our first stop was Ezoo. SO MUCH FUN. The next day we spent mostly in Chinatown and Ktown. The pictures shown above are from Birch Coffee, Xi’an Famous Foods and Arang.
Boston. August 23 - 25, 2014.
This weekend, a close friend came to visit me for a few days, so I gave him a tour of Allston, Boston and Cambridge. It was definitely one of the most memorable days I’ve had this year. Thank you for making my birthday month that much more special. <3
Fenway Park. August 19, 2014.
First game of the season that I’ve been to this year. It was a good to see my family again for the an end-of-summer kind of thing, and especially my cousin for the last time before she leaves for college.
Rosa Mexicano. August 1, 2013.
This photo is of Rosa Mexicano’s, “Costilla de Res/Beef Short Rib” dish. It was delicious. It’s filled with crema, cilantro, onion, and cheese.
Yamato. July 18, 2014. - Koreana. July 23, 2014.
Bibm. June 28, 2014.
I just realized that I haven’t posted anything since my trip in Asia. So here’s a photo of 랭면 (naengmyeon) that I had from Bibim. I love eating this in the summer. So tasty. ^-^
Day 12: Hong Kong. May 28, 2014.
I don’t want to leave… I mean I do want to go home, but I don’t want to leave my family.
Today will be my last day in Hong Kong. Tomorrow morning I’ll be flying back to the states. Despite the heat, the humidity, and the misquitoes, I wish there was a way I could stay for just a few more weeks. It’s really hard only seeing your family every couple of years. This trip especially, since I only saw them for a week.
I love you, fam. I hope to see you again soon.