It's been a really long time since I've actually posted something. Doubt anyone's gonna see this right now, but if you do, hello :)
Wednesday, December 19
Lots of love, Rose ong . at 5:26 PM
Monday, May 23
I just realized i haven’t been updating for a month – it’s scary how fast time passes. It’s funny how i pick the wrong time to update my blog because i have exams this week! I can’t wait for the holidays though. It’s all so exciting.
Yesterday was my fifteenth birthday. It wasn’t the best birthday, considering the fact that i have my midterms this week. My brother said i was too old for birthdays anyway.
I had macarons on Saturday with my mum and skipped ballet. Then we went to the saloon. Yeap. But way before that, in the morning, i had a huge surprise from no one other than Jean! It was so unexpected. She came with her mum with a huge bouquet of flowers. It was both of their idea. Words can’t describe how happy i was :) thank you so much if you’re reading this right now!
Then on the same night, we had dinner at Fisherman’s cove in Starhill. Just posting a really short update about the food! Couldn’t resist.Really good seafood soup! The almighty lobster My main course! Best risotto ever.
I would like to thank everyone for the birthday wishes and all. Appreciate it! I’ll post a picture of my little birthday cake in the next update :)
Lots of love, Rose ong . at 9:29 PM
Saturday, April 23
We went to Mount Emei. It was the worst experience ever, due to the weather which was around negative six or seven, snow was everywhere. We took a bus up the hill for around an hour, and another bus.. i lost track of time.
Then we had to walk about 2 kilometers of stairs to reach the cable car station. The stairs were all frozen so it was just like a slide made out of dirty ice. We had to rent some metal scrap to tie it underneath our shoes for support. That helped a lot, but it was still as dangerous as hell. Our goal was to reach the peak of the mountain, and i swear it wasn’t worth it at all.
The day before that, we arrived at this place called Huang Long Xi (yellow dragon village?) It was a really interesting place to take pictures of. The temperature was perfect. I think it was around 14 to 16 degrees (thank god). I so happened to snap a few lucky shots! Just like first picture below.
My mum and my brother Wilson. Eye candy So amazing. Everything’s handmade. These were literally sold at every corner, mostly by old ladies This is my favourite shot. A lady walked pass me with a baby and i held my camera behind me and just randomly focused and clicked my shutter right away, and voila! By far the smartest way to make cotton candy. Direct translate all the way Taofu, in almost every single dish. And it’s my least fav food yuck
So that’s my last post about my China trip. Hope that didn’t bore you out. Gonna start blogging like how i usually do again!
Lots of love, Rose ong . at 7:21 PM