306 - Elaine's On Franklin

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Obviously, finishing a hellish week of finals and my first semester at Duke calls for a celebratory meal. 

305 - Dutch Colony

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I miss Singapore. (At least I'm going back soon!!)

304 - Nana's Restaurant

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Back in the middle of the semester a friend and I decided we missed the restaurant life back in our respective homes too much and decided to whack our wallets and try the (supposed) best that Durham has to offer - Nana's Restaurant.

303 - Lucia

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Finally, a decent restaurant within walking distance of my campus.

302 - ONE

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I was making conversation with a waiter over lunch that day and he asked, "Have you been to ONE in Chapel Hill?" "Actually, I'm going tonight."

300 - Suburban

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In the almost four years I've had this blog, I've probably written a-few-too-many 'revival' posts.

299 - JUNGSIK

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We booked a date at JUNGSIK before we even made any of our other itinerary plans in Korea. That indicates more than enough about the priorities in our bucket list. Behold, two 5 course lunches worth of glorious food porn. 

298 - Heyri Art Village

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Part of the series from my Seoul 2015 trip

I'll put it out there for you: this is hardly chasing rooftops - it was just the third floor of a cafe building (hardly acrophobia inducing). But Heyri Art Village in Paju is quaint and picturesque enough that we got good enough photos without endangering ourselves for the sake of vanity (art?).

297 - Pancakes Plus

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Part of the series from my Seoul 2015 trip

I have a few mottos when it comes to eating ("Meat is life"; "Fibre is good for you") but most get tossed out of the window in favour of carbohydrates and sugar, because there's nothing like a good stack of pancakes (or any kind of dessert, for that matter). 

296 - D.D.P.

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Part of the series from my Seoul 2015 trip

One hit off my bucket list: Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul. 

295 - NEREID (REDUX)

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We took over 1000 photos that day and 99% didn't make the cut... So I made secondary cuts. 
Actually, I just liked these, and figured they had a much different feel from what we were going with the official shoot, so I tossed them through some black and white filters and sat surprisingly pleased with the results. No other edits to the face or anything, so they're about as raw as they get (especially that tan line HAHA)