Aside from coffee, I am a huge milk tea lover as well! This post is long overdue, but here it is! ♡
Macao Imperial Tea is one of the milk tea shops I really want to check out. When I went there, I’m not really quite sure what to order–typical me in every new shop I go to–so I ended up asking the barista their best milk tea instead. They happily suggested Cream Cheese Milk Tea.
So, for the taste! I love it ♡ though it’s a slightly different taste from what I am used to–it’s less sweeter and more on the creamier (and a bit salty) side (they don’t call it cream cheese for nothing!)
My mom even approves. She loves it. LOL.
If my memory serves me well, the price is around Php 145 + Php 20 for the pearls.
Though a bit pricey compared to other milk tea shops, it’s still worth a try! Will definitely go back there soon ♡
Location: Upper Ground Floor, Mountain Wing, SM Seaside Cebu
This book is not just c-u-t-e but it is also very r-e-a-l.
I am loving how it talks about the modern day approach of kids (or teens) and adults towards the LGBTQ+ community.
It highlights the main character’s (Simon) journey of coming out.
Coming out will never be easy to more than half of the LGBTQ+ community–if not all–but, would it be fair to let the straight people come out.. As straight as well? LOL.
Well, the real deal for me here is people can’t and should never dictate when you are ready to come out–or heck if you ever need to.
Only you can decide when, where and how. Respect is what you call it and people should know that. But then again, some people will never understand. Let them be. If you accept yourself for who you are, then you are all good.
This book will make you laugh, cry and be giddy on the inside. I highly recommend everybody to read it–straight or not.
As for me, I will definitely watch the movie very soon! Hoping that the directors will surpass the feels the book gave me ♡