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Philadelphia ’13

03.16.13 – A Saturday served RARE

I can only count the times that we spent the entire Saturday together. On a rare occasion like this, it’ll be such a shame to put it waste. Lucky for us, we are surrounded with people who takes care of us dearly and makes each moment during our first year in the States extra memorable. It was an adventure, all I know is we were jumping like crazy people  inside the apartment by midnight cause we were going to the city of Brotherly Love early in the morning.

I have been meaning to work on this entry for almost 3weeks now but since I suck at remembering things when I go on a trip (something that should change PRONTO) I had to call for help from the best travel bud ever, the boyf! 🙂


Quick trip to the rest stop to grab some food. We woke up later than expected so we had to omit eating breakfast at home.

Chili dog for him x Ham & Egg Muffin for me!

P.S. It’s such a shame that I forgot to take a photo of my newly manicured nails! Shame cause it was my first time to use the nail polish that my brother sent me for my birthday! Eek. Anyway, if you look closely you’ll see that posh nail polish that I had on for that weekend! 🙂


Confession 101 : I love sightseeing tours!! Though I suck at taking notes, I enjoy the  fact that I get to  discover new things. Pretty much the main purpose why I love to travel! 🙂

Anyway, we were lucky to have Mrs. Angel with us. She arranged this half day tour for us and I am telling you this “hop-on-hop-off” sightseeing tour is like one of the best ways to see Philadelphia. I enjoyed it too much despite of the VERY cold weather that lead to some light rain…was it? Haha



The top of the Statehouse where they signed the Declaration of Independence



Benjamin Franklin Bridge

This bridge connects Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey!


One of the oldest streets in the US. Buildings are from the 1700s! 🙂


Quick stop at Philadelphia’s Chinatown! Main reason why he joined us 😛



Stir-fried squid


Roast Pork

A bit dry for me.. I like my roast pork served with all the juices from it! But nonetheless, the taste took me back to Ongpin.



This was too plain. Not enough flavors in it but he managed to finish this still….. haha #fasian


Beef Brisket Noodles

Big bowl of awesomeness! The meat was just too tender for my Asian life! The broth was so flavorful it took me straight to Chinese land! YUMMMS


Soy Chicken x Roast Duck

Sooooooooo goooood! Inexpensive Chinese fare at its finest! 🙂


and what is an Asian lunch without milk tea? Haha 🙂

The chorvs found this awesome milk tea place called Tea-Do! Just a few blocks away from  the bus stop! 🙂


Us waiting for the next tour bus 🙂


Thank you so much for the fun day tour!!!!! <3 🙂

Part 2 up next!

R <3 xx


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