Franck Herval

Shades of Pink

Summer time is my most favorite time of the year, yes, says the tropical girl. I mean there is nothing more amazing than being able to play dress up because the season allows you to. I must admit that after my move to Canada, it becomes too difficult to find dresses that suits my body […]

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My End of Summer Canadian Experience

My arrival date in Canada was last August 31, 2016 and that is in Vancouver. Took another plane from Vancouver to Montreal on September 1, 2016 and that is the official date of my arrival here in Quebec. It was end of summer, weather was around 21-27 degrees. It was really good weather for me, […]

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Paint the Town

I have always been a massive fan of everything colorful, feminine and floral. Dresses is commonly paired with a high heels, either platforms, stiletto or pumps. Nowadays, wearing dress is associated with comfort. Dresses and sneakers? Why not! This type of fashion has been evolving specially for millennials who values style and comfort in one, […]

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My First Canadian Winter Experience

My first Winter in Canada is bittersweet, there are good days and there are bad days. For someone who is from a tropical country with a weather that doesn’t go down below 27 degree on normal days; experiencing the opposite is a really big challenge. I knew its not gonna be easy, and unlike other […]

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Forest Fantasy

Hello, I’m back! Hopefully this will be for good because I also can’t believe I’ve been away for the good 4 months of my life in the blogging world. Well, ever since I arrived here in Canada my post become less frequent. I’ve had the worst home sickness of my life and when winter time […]

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Boracay, Philippines 2016

Last July, I visited Boracay with my Boyfriend for my late birthday travel. This will also be my last vacation here in the Philippines before I move to Canada. Last year we travelled to Manila, Tagaytay and Batangas for my birthday and I want to keep this tradition alive in the coming years. A lot […]

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