This visually encapsulated my 4 full days of off shore vacation – non stop eating, taking tons of sea view photographs, trying to get up at 6am to witness the crack of dawn. I also managed to take photos of the food before I devour them (yup, typical Singaporean taking food photos, but its too nice looking not to photograph). That aside, before I even get a chance to shed off some fats from overeating, I’ll be heading to Bangkok (finally some authentic thai food!) this week. I pray that I’ll be back safely despite the chaotic situation there right now.
Breathtaking, just breathtaking. Out of the sight of buildings and cut off ties with the internet was a great way to escape from everyday busy city life. It also allowed me to see the other side of the world God created – sea aligned with the sky – the kind of view N often face as he sails. As much as I already miss Singapore’s local food being just a few days away (we eat western every meal and I got sick of it easily), a part of me is constantly thinking about such a spectacular scenery. I’ll always be a sea lover at heart.