London Calling - Travel Diary

Getting closer to the end of my trip, and finally arriving in London on the 6th day! Here's the famous Big Ben taken from London's Eye. Such a breathtaking architecture, don't you agree?

One of the places that you have to visit while in London is, of course, The Buckingham Palace. I recommend going there in the morning since there will be a lot of crowds in the afternoon until evening. The good thing about going to UK in August besides the perfect weather is that Buckingham Palace is open for public throughout the month. Queen Elizabeth will be staying in her other castle in August and that's why the Buckingham Palace will be open for public in that month. I had the chance to go inside the palace and it was absolutely amazing. Lucky Me! Too bad that there were guards everywhere and we are not allowed to take pictures. 

Mandatory tourist photo spot, in front of the Buckingham Palace gate.

Wearing: Rottweiler t-shirt - Givenchy // Coat - Topshop // Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell

Another mandatory tourist photo spot is the famous red telephone box. They are literally everywhere and eye-catching. Although, I must warn you guys, check the inside first before entering. Sometimes some of them smells bad.

Taken in front of London's Tower Bridge. Never fails to amaze me with their astonishing architecture.

Wearing: T-shirt - Marcelo Burlon // Reflective sunglasses - Christian Dior // Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell

Another place that you should visit in London is Trafalgar Square. The place was built as a commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, a British naval victory over France and Spain, which was known as Napoleonic Wars. It's funny how the print on my tee matches the Lion statue. Big doggy and small doggy haha!

After visiting London, I went back to Scotland to visit Glasgow and Loch Lomond. Here's a few photos from the trip!

I went to Kelvingrove art gallery and museum and suddenly the pipe organ keyboard was being played. It was the first time I heard someone played that type of musical instrument and I was really amazed by it.

The famous Glasgow Cathedral. One of the really old churches here in Scotland. I think this one was built in the late 12th century.

Finally the end of my trip. Arrived in Loch Lomond and I stayed at Cameron House Hotel. The hotel has this castle-like building. There was not much to do here in Loch Lomond since it is a countryside. The scenery was really beautiful though.

Lastly, found this small castle in Loch Lomond. Behind the castle is this breathtaking view of the lake in Loch Lomond!

That's all for my trip now! Hope you guys enjoyed my travel diary!


Introducing: Wallet Wall

There are a lot of crimes that happens every single day. Not to mention that new type of offenses keeps popping up as well and that includes Cyber Crime. 

Have you guys ever heard of RFID? 
To be honest, this is the first time I have heard such thing, and I'm glad I know about it know. RFID means Radio Frequency Identification Device. It is a method of automatic identification and data capture. RFID chip is so small that probably we don't even realize that it is there. Our credit cards and passports have RFID tags embedded and because of that RFID identity theft has been around for years stealing our data and doing card skimming. 

The simplest way to protecting yourself from RFID-based fraud is to buy and RFID protected wallet, which when closed, criminals cannot read/scan your data. That is the type of wallet that Wallet Wall is and has to offer.
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Visit their website Walletwall.com to find more about RFID and data theft that has been around us for so long without noticing them. 

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Manchester To Liverpool - Travel Diary

From Edinburgh now to Manchester. Famous for its soccer team, of course I had to go to Old Trafford Stadium and take a tour. The Manchester united team doesn't practice there and only use the stadium if they are having a match. The stadium is so big that could fit more than 70.000 people. What really attracted me was how green and nice the grass field was. Well, it has to be since it cost around  ‎£ 1.000.000 just for caring the grass.

I never get bored seeing historical buildings that was made a long time ago. This is one of the Cathedral that I saw in Manchester. Really, such amazing architecture.

Jacket - Topshop // Dress - Ziggy Denim // Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell // Bagpack - MCM

The Royal Liver Building in Liverpool. One of the iconic buildings in town. The two birds statue on the top is a male and female bird statues.

An outfit post taken at Albert Dock, Liverpool.

Coat - Top Shop // High knee socks - Topshop // Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell // Reflective Sunglasses - Dior // BaoBao bag - Issey Miyake

Last but not least, A visit to The Beatles Museum. One of the top tourist attractions here in Liverpool since The Beatles were born in this city!


Edinburgh - Travel Diary

Edinburgh's Castle view

Just got back from my long holiday and I'm ready to share my travel experience to you guys! First stop is Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland and my most favourite city that I have visited. What I love about Edinburgh is that I felt as if I'm living in the 18th-century era and in a very different part of the world. The city is famous for its historical and cultural attractions. A lot of the buildings were made hundred years ago and as you walk around the city you can see those historical buildings everywhere. Not to mention that Edinburgh's Castle is located at the centre of the city.

The view from Princess Street Garden where you can see the old part of Edinburgh.

Went up to Calton Hill to see the entire city view. Never stops to amaze me.

I was lucky enough to be able to watch the Royal Military Tattoo, which is an annual series of Military Tatto performed by British Armed Forces, Commonwealth and International Military Bands. The show only held throughout August at the Edinburgh Castle and the tickets are always sold out. 

Here's me wearing the traditional Scottish tartan skirt and sash.

Lastly, A visit to Edinburgh Castle and I look really tiny against these buildings!

Shirt - Zara // Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell // Reflective Sunglasses - Dior

Stay tuned for my next travel diary!