Showing posts from June, 2014

Jess Baby loves cafe-hopping

Both Baby and I are food lovers and we occasionally scoot to any locations to find good/interesting food. Since now cafe-hopping is the trendy thing to do, I suppose I shall have to jump on the bandwagon! LOL...

Recently, we visited Butter Studio at Jalan Besar area, and althought it is located along the row of old shop-houses, Butter Studio stands out clearly due to its striking bright colored yellow exterior.

The interior is pretty simple but there are quite a number of random nostalgic ornaments displayed in the shop.

We ordered a pot of organic hot tea and a shared a slice of Yuzu Cheesecake.I love the fragrance of the tea leaves very much, but the cake tasted pretty normal. 

The damage was SGD13-ish, and the price we paid is pretty standard for every cafe we visit lately.

The GSS is on now, and lately I bought quite a number of stuffs! I got 3 dresses from Lowry's Farm as they are having up to 70% reduction in store!

Apart from the butterfly choker, I also picked up 2 items from…

[Japan trip] I love ODAIBA!

On my recent trip to Japan, Tokyo, one of my favorite places was Odaiba! It's a large artificial man made island located in Tokyo Bay. Back during the Tokugawa Shogunate era, this island was made due to the arrival of the Americans as a form of defense, but today, it is an island of recreation and shopping akin to that of Sentosa!

Although it was quite a distance away from where we stayed (Shinjuku), as well as the transportation being slightly pricey, imho it was worth it! The amount of money and effort spent to get there was very worthwhile. Odaiba is so beautiful beyond words, and it is like a paradise to me!

To get there, we took the Tokyo Metro train to Shimbashi, then transferred over to the Yurikamome Line, which is an automated transit train controlled purely by a computer system. Think our very own Bukit Panjang LRT!

This driverless monorail brought us across the Tokyo Bay via over the Rainbow Bridge, and we alighted at Daiba Station. Crossing the Rainbow Bridge itself was a…