Double tap = love || Visited the only La Marzocco Cafe in the world in Seattle, a coffeeshop that features rotating coffee beans from different roasters around the world. This month coffee is from @seesawcoffee in China, and I'm so glad I had the chance to sip it once more. Anyway, leaves have turned color here in Seattle and they are quite instagramable 🍁🍂
Left our hearts in San Francisco ❤️ || We arrived at the viewpoint minutes before sunset. Karl @karlthefog (yeap, SF fog has a name) decided to show up but didn't stop us from enjoying the golden hour, and the Golden Gate Bridge, of course. Till next time, THE city by the bay.
Hidden gem 💎 || It's amazing how you can influence (read: inspire) people. This girl had almost no coffee before we got married. Now, she drinks a little coffee here and there because I just have to hunt good coffee wherever we go. Her request is simple: good coffee or no coffee. Consider it done!
First birthday being a husband to this beautiful person. Every year the wish is the same: to be the lights and blessings to other people. Cheers to another blessed year! #gettingcloserto30#aintluckybutblessed
"Are there any tourists coming over during winter season?" I asked. "No. The day is very short, only 3 hours and the sea is mostly covered with ice. But, this past winter the sea was no longer covered with ice," he replied.
For people like us living near the equator, global warming sounds like a distant future. But, people living way up North (or South for that matter) are those greatly affected by the rising temperature whether Trump wants to believe it or not. #globalwarming #🇬🇱
Baby (trust me) it's cold outside || People everywhere go to remote places in the world just to find glaciers. But, here in Ilulissat (meaning "icebergs") finding glaciers can be as easy as stepping out of the hotel. And with the sun not setting until midnight, this view can be enjoyed at much, much longer. #🇬🇱
Old but gold || It's a gloomy day in Edinburgh, but it does not hinder its beauty. The most beautiful city we have visited so far; the vibe, the cleanliness, the food (and coffee!) are top notch. JK Rowling indeed found herself a nice place to write Harry Potter.
Pitstop ☕ || Made a stop in Leeds on the way to York when the rain started pouring. The temperature drops and we decided to warm ourselves. By the way, what we order here is called "split shot": one shot for espresso, and one shot for cappuccino. Pretty intuitive, right?
Camouflage || Drove all the way from Manchester to York specially to visit York Minster only to find out that it's closed after 5 pm. This huge door is the only Instagramable corner we can salvage from the outside.
Full circle 🎡 || It's a beautiful, sunny day in Liverpool as we walked around Liverpool and found this Ferris Wheel short of visitors (don't think building Ferris Wheel is profitable anymore). Anyway, I have noticed that most Ferris Wheels I have visited are located near waterway (sea, lake, etc.) of some sort, I wonder why.