I have always been more of a lip balm / lip gloss kinda gal for as long as I can remember. They’re just easier to maintain throughout the day so they’ve always been my go-to, but then I met Sunnies Face. The game totally changed for me.
When I travel, I always ensure that I am constantly trying new food and that I’m constantly learning about the local cuisine of the place that I’m in. However, I do get the odd urges here and there to seek for home comforts, and during my trip to China (Shenyang), that’s exactly what my friend and I did. This is what led us to the Bunny Drop café.
My trip to China was by far, one of the best trips I have ever been on. It’s also the furthest I have ever traveled solo. Well, solo as in I flew there on my own but I actually went to visit one of my really good friends, who was working in Shenyang at the time. It was just the best way to reunite and catch up since I hadn’t seen her in so long.
“In my head, I play a supercut of us” ugh, love love loveee that song so much. It’s a song called ‘Supercut’ by Lorde and I first heard it on a recent film released on Netflix called ‘Someone Great’. It’s a film that beautifully touches on having loved and lost someone but making it through on the other side happy and grateful in a completely different way.
So as you guys might have seen on one of my recent posts on ‘Things to do in Bologna‘, food was a priority on our to-do list, so as soon as we knew that Bologna was going to be a part of our most recent trip to Italy, I went and did a deep-dive on where we’d eat for the day.