For a change, I’m going to do a shop review! Haven’t written one on this blog, so I hope this helps you decide whether you should buy from Kawaii PH Store’s Mad Tee Party or not.
The third and final day of our tour… and it’s raining cats and dogs. We were late (about 10 minutes) for the show because no cab was willing to take us to Sentosa. OTL
The second day of our tour! The shuttle picked us up at 8 A.M. (so early!!), which is something I’m not used to when traveling overseas. This is not the time to show my “my pace” attitude to everyone. ww
Anyway, our tour guide dropped us off at Universal Studios Singapore and told us to enjoy to our heart’s content. And we did.
Finally, Singapore! I’ve always wanted to visit since 2012, but many events took place in Hong Kong that we had to put my visit aside until our funds permit. My reason for traveling? To watch Live Spectacle Naruto (stage play) at Resorts World Theatre, but let’s put that in a separate post. 笑
For the first time, I joined a tour with the help of Asiatravel.com. I’m not used to it, but I thought it will be a good experience not planning my itinerary. It was a bit uncomfortable, especially when the week started, because I feel restless not knowing what to expect. I like to challenge myself anyway, so bring it on.
Kawaii PH has brought yet another exciting event to kawaii and Japanese culture enthusiasts with The School of Kawaii, a series of workshops aimed to support The Kawaii Fund. In partnership with The Bunny Baker Cafe, these three-hour workshops don’t simply give you something new to learn; you’re contributing for a cause.
I attended the second workshop, Complete the Kawaii Look, yesterday with two of my friends (including a guardian ww). The fee is 1,500php, which I find reasonable because we have three speakers (teachers), delicious food, and freebies. A pop-up booth is also available if you want to buy items from the Kawaii PH Store.