The time I finally go outlet shopping abroad. Continue reading Outlet shopping at Sunshine Plaza in Taichung [YQasia Day 14 Oct 9]
San Telmo’s flas market is not the same as the market. You are warned. Continue reading Marketing at San Telmo Sunday flea market [YQrtw Day 63 Jun 9]
Minutes feel like hours for a non-shopper in Bangkok’s famous wholesale apparel mall. Continue reading Non shopper’s visit to Platinum Mall, Bangkok
When travelling, I usually buy tacky souvenirs for friends at home. (Sorry!) But for myself, there is only one type of souvenir–which unfortunately has multiple product categories–I need.
My Achilles heel is not a killer pair of shoes nor a nice dress, but toiletries.
I dislike how the airlines limit how much liquids we can carry. But I’m secretly happy that this will give me an excuse to buy toiletries in a foreign land.
Here’s why you should buy toiletries as souvenirs (for your friends or yourself)
If you are planning a trip to Kota Kinabalu (or KK–pronounced “keh keh” locally instead of “kay kay” the non-local way–for short), you probably would have sun, sea, mountain in mind instead of vintage clothing.
OK OK, I’m stretching it a lot when I say vintage, it should be second hand clothing.
I admit that I’m a beginner when it comes to make up. The most I can do (and not mess up) is brush on powder foundation, blush and swipe on mascara. But foundation makes my skin look bumpy, my blush rusts in half a day and my eyelashes don’t curl. Ha ha ha! BUT! I want to buy make up in Japan! Do you know … Continue reading I want to buy: make up ;D