Month: December, 2009

Letters from Tokyo

Christmas Greetings from Tokyo, just arrived this morning.
Noriko Sensei and her great sense of time.


Cloud talk

Hey Ash, the clouds are moving so quickly today, the winds are strong.

Ooooh, that’s quite fast for a cloud.

Haha, quite fast for a cloud?

Yea, if it was in a cloud race, it would have won.

Bits & Pieces – Taiwan

Waking up

I am sad to say that I am now in Singapore. Time flies in Taiwan, but I am hoping to book tickets to go to Taiwan again in January (fingers crossed). In the meantime, here are some pictures taken during the road trip to Tai Tung.

Sun kissed.

Old lady & child

Public transport, (I’m a little scared)

I will tell you more about the roadtrip another day, I took wayyyyy too many photos and I am not awake enough to go through them. But meanwhile, Ash and I had our little outing this morning.

Start: 美术东二路口
Destination: 中央公园
Mode of Transport: PUBLIC BUS & KRTC (Alternative name for MRT)

This is my first time taking a public bus in KaoHsiung, and it isn’t much like how it works in Sg.
For one, the bus stop is really small(at least the one outside my house is)

For another, the bus took a loooong time to come.

We reached our destination safe, no detours made, went to my favourite stationery store (3-storey worth of stationery!) and then had 小笼包 at a cosy resturant tucked between shophouses (better than DTF, or at least much cheaper).

We had a house warming tonight, it’s not easy to be a host when you don’t have a maid, the mess was still cleared though. Night!


Roadtrip to TaiDong and HuaLian today!
Setting off at 8am. Da-dahhh.


A mosquito stole a kiss from me.

More than just chicken

Goodness of deep fried everything.

Ash & I love this, you just pick whatever you want, from meat(mostly chicken & pork) to beans to innards(kidneys &livers) to fungus, and then all of them gets fried in oil which brings the food the a whole new level (ok I’m exaggerating, just a little). The lady then sprinkles spices and packs your deep fried whatever with basil leaves (also deep fried!) … yumm.

P.s, the site is snowing 🙂


I see you!