Before jumping ahead, let me just say that I am sorry for the quality of the photos. Haha I mostly used HUJI throughout the trip and the editing on the photos that weren’t taken using HUJI is super inconsistent, so my apologies. Last December 2018, my family and I took a(n almost) week-long trip to … More First Time in the Middle East: Dubai, UAE
This Singapore trip with my co-teachers Maida, Karen, Thea and Bria ~officially~ started on the 29th of November. Around 4 PM to be exact. Haha I remember looking forward to this trip, but that whole week was all about deadlines. And the obvious thing to do was to prioritise all the deadlines, so that’s what … More Singapore | November 2018
Before anything, I just want to say, yes I’m aware of the fact that only about 25% of the photos are edited. Haha I’m not even going to deny it, the main reason for this is because of my laziness. Almost a year ago, my family and I went to Guam. Guam, a US territory … More Guam | March 2018
Okay so here goes my last post about New York (and I’m determined to finish it today***). Even though it’s been two years (almost), it still makes me a little sad when I think about that last touristy day in beautiful New York City. Writing this post all the more makes it sadder because it just makes … More NEW YORK CITY — part two.
This video is long overdue, but my sister Maui so very kindly edited it for me so here it is. I wrote a couple of blog posts about this trip — where we stayed, Petite France, my Olive Young Mini Haul, and our dining experience at Kioku. 🙂
You know those cities that easily leave a mark? Those cities that always come back to you, frequently reminding you of the time you’ve spent there, always making you want to book a ticket and just fly there? That was New York for me. Though I wouldn’t say New York has always been my top … More NEW YORK CITY.
Hi, blog. It’s been a while and I didn’t mean to go this long without a blog post… I’ve been distracted by a lot of things (and by a lot I mostly just mean reading Harry Potter. Haha) So here I am, continuing my post about the Hong Kong trip I had with my co-teachers last … More HK Day 2: Day Trip to Macau, Night Market at Mong Kok, (closed) Avenue of Stars
Two hours before I had to leave for the airport, I was only halfway through packing. I decided to sleep early the night before, and completely bank on the fact that I would finish packing everything while getting ready. I made it just in time, I was ready to go, tried my luck booking an Uber, … More HK Day 1: Stuck at the Airport & Disneyland
My first thought upon seeing the Heritage Lodge was that it was really aesthetically pleasing, considering this was the first thing I saw: