c x j 2014 | hot air balloon festival (Lubao, Pampanga)

When I spontaneously invited you to come with me to the hot air balloon festival last year, I didn’t think you’d actually say yes!

But you did. :)

Look how things have changed!!! Crazy, right? But I’m so happy I get to spend these moments with you.

Thank you for doing all these things for me and with me — even though I knooooow these aren’t really your thing. Thank you for being the constant amidst my crazy.

I love you everyday.

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almost is never enough | tinimbang ka ngunit kulang

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KOZUI

Tried out this little place along Tomas Morato. It was packed! Had to wait to be seated properly.

Tried their Matcha Butterscotch Korichio. Cannot decide whether I’d consider it a drink or dessert. Bottomline is that I thought it was delicious.

Also had their Red Velvet (cheese)Cake and Maltesers Cake. I always look for cream cheese in anything red velvet. I don’t find it legit if they use buttercream or anything else. Kozui’s cake was a successful showcase of red velvet elements, and I’m glad it used cream cheese. I have no comment for the maltesers cake.

Their Chocolate Mochi Truffles were a winner. Balls of chewy mochi with chocolate in the middle, coated in chocolate, and dusted with dark cocoa powder. YUM.

Kozui offers green tea-based beverages, green tea-infused desserts, and some rice meals (which I have yet to try) :) Customers are mostly families and groups.