But er, no i won't decorate my house with Chi-chong antique cupboards or chairs.
I'll let you interpret this yourself :P
Totally magnificiant! Good thing my mum said to go in the observatory when i wanted to give it a miss. I was like "Whats so nice about Jelly Fish! I only like to eat them."
Things like these make you marvel at His works.
I had to take this alone.
I am in love with jellyfishes AND pandas.
I think Singapore's food is better. Although we lose in Tim Sum, but at least ours feels a little healthier. Just a little. And better priced.Miriam Yeung, I think that's how her name is spelt.
Guess who i saw!
Night view atop The Peak.
The street i lived on was littered with pet shops. On the first day, i was delighted to walk through it everytime i get home. Increasingly, i find it 'painful' seeing all these adorable furries caged up. Especially those who are not puppies anymore!
I had to go through this alone, again. It was great fun although my throat felt sore afterwards. It's this asylum where you walk through in a group, with 're-enacted' scenes from horror films. So i saw scenes of a child sitting by a corner, an operating theatre..with the usual scary shocking stuff lah. Even the guys in the group were afraid i tell you.
So so cool, although i admit 98.9% of the time, i only peeped through my eye lids.
I admit i am short.
I've checked. Still xxx below.
Only that the train is fake.
We had our first meal in Hong Kong luxuriously on top of the Peak. Like on Westin. Only that the food is so much more worth paying for than in Westin. Totally fine dining, and only because we're too tired to search for any more eateries and Mum said to give the bill to Dad. Haha. Imagine living there!
She has bad posture. Haha no la, just that this is a vertical (slanting) train we took up to the Peak. You feel giddy after a while, because you're perpetually slanting for quite a while (train moves slow!)