My college friends and I have often eaten at Kagura in Little Tokyo, Makati since we were still struggling students. Almost 5 years later after graduation, we went back to this haven to have some classic okonomiyaki – never gets old, the food and the company. This time, the difference is we have Chase with us, whose set of close friends also happen to enjoy visiting Little Tokyo. (We even went to the last Asahi Beer Festival together!)
In college, I was the classmate who would constantly hold a camera up to people’s faces and take photos/videos of everything. Today, I’m picking up my camera again and starting from “scratch” with photography.
Finally, the last batch of photos from this trip after x months! This is probably the most colorful day we’ve had, originally having plans but not really having an exact plan — which led to a pretty cool experience of getting lost.
Confession: I am not 100% pescatarian. People whom I dine with regularly know I don’t consume pork and beef, but still I eat chicken from time to time. That is one of those times I go out of bounds of my pledge for the diet.
A trip to Hong Kong will not be complete without visiting a theme park.
Considering the weather, we actually almost gave up on the sun shining during our stay and were ready to make a detour in our itinerary; but on the second day, we were blessed enough by the sun and made the tough choice of choosing which one to go to!