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Hpa An was a reminder of a Myanmar that I missed. Peaceful, quiet, and small town feel. The food could have been better, but trip was as good as it gets. Mountain climbing, caves hiking, traversing through paddy fields and beneath … Continue reading
An enclave for a different side of me: https://the30thescapade.wordpress.com/ It’s been a while since I published here, but I’ll update again soon. There have been some nice journeys, all waiting to be uploaded from my phone.
Let’s just say it was awfully cold and windy at the end of January. It was also breathtaking. I have never seen such a vast expense of rolling green fields. Having Stonehenge dropped in the middle of it leaves no … Continue reading
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If you have been following my blog (inactive as it is) for a while, you would know I’ve been planning on this for a while. So, here we go finally. Next Tuesday, I’ll be off in Cambridgeshire (the one in UK). … Continue reading
We had dinner at Serenity because I was craving Spanish Food. This wasn’t the first time I passed by the shop but it took a while to finally try it. I decided on it since A said he was giving … Continue reading
Life has a habit of flowing by. Dreams have a habit of… being left behind when you open your eyes to the bustle of life. Things have a way of working in a way you did not pan out for … Continue reading
食之无味 弃之可惜。 This is a Chinese idiom which literally translates as the food is tasteless or unappetizing when eaten, but you feel that it is a pity to throw away. It’s often used to describe relationships which no longer hold much for you, but … Continue reading
No one is perfect. When can we as a society just get over being obsessed with who has an affair with who, and start realising that just because you fell short in one aspect of your life, you’ve not made … Continue reading