“She believed she could, and so she did” – a quote that resonated with me so much since the day I came across it, and I think I’m finally living up to it. This first section is what I wrote a day BEFORE the Freshmen Camp. BEFORE. To be really honest, I’m scared, anxious, and… Continue reading Opportunities.
It was our last full day at Korea before heading back to Malaysia. We had a more free and easy day on Day 5. Guess where we had our breakfast? Yep, Paris Baguette again. This time, both my mum and I ate the giant ice cream macaroon for breakfast. (fast forward to 4 months later… Continue reading Korea Trip 2016: Day 5
On the 4th day, both my mum and I woke up with allergies. Probably it was because we had too much seafood the day before (the giant king crab), but thankfully it wasn’t as serious. A little swollen and itchy here there but that did not stop us from exploring beautiful Seoul. Summary of 4th… Continue reading Korea Trip 2016: Day 4
I was anticipating Day 3 the most, I’ve been asking mum if we could go to Nami Island and she said yes! Nami Island was beautiful, even in summer. Nami Island is quite far off from Seoul. We had to take 2 trains to reach Gapyeong Station. The journey was about an hour and half… Continue reading Korea Trip 2016: Day 3
On Day 2, we went to magical palaces and amazing places. Just joking, they were just royal palaces (once upon a time), and now they’re tourist attraction spots. At night, we went to the Cheongyecheon Stream. We took the subway to get to these places because it’s really convenient. Perhaps a little walk after getting… Continue reading Korea Trip 2016: Day 2
On the 1st of August to the 7th of August, my mum and I went on a trip to Seoul, Korea. It was really an unforgettable trip as I really miss the place and the culture, as well as the food. On Monday night, 1st of August, we headed to the airport by taxi at 9p.m.… Continue reading Korea Trip 2016: Day 1.
For the last couple of weeks, I’ve learnt quite a fair amount of things to do with death, and it’s aftermath. Death, can be a beautiful thing, because it is your best teacher. It teaches you to appreciate more, love more, and it also teaches you how fragile your life can be. So many people are afraid of… Continue reading Death, can be a beautiful thing.