Couples lock down their vows over the Eiserner Steg in Germany, which stands proud over River Main linking Frankfurt’s city centre to the district of Sachsenhausen. Another lover’s bridge marked with everlasting passion symbolized by the act of locking with a sense of resilient security and firm, unyielding permanence. The irony of these very metalContinue reading “The Love Lockdown”
A glimpse of the rococo villa from the bank across, while surrounded by a gorgeous bevy of swans. Contrary to popular belief, the Schloss Leopoldskron palace was never used as the Von Trapp villa in Robert Wise’s Sound of Music! Leopoldskron Palace is privately owned and not accessible to the general public, unless you’re aContinue reading “Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg”
Majorly pimping Krys’ new Panasonic Lumix. She’s got me so tempted to thrash my brother’s scratched Nikon.
Inspired by LP Cover Lover, an amazing site containing the world’s greatest collection of record album covers from the golden age of LPs, I checked out Amoeba Music on my recent trip to San Francisco. Occupying a 24,000 square foot former bowling alley on the eccentric Haight-Ashbury district, Amoeba Music is the world’s largest independentContinue reading “For the Love of Music”
The beauty of Maldives never fails to take my breath away Honestly would love to stay on this island and work for peanuts, if it means that I get to see this every day of my life. Also, Kurumba Maldives is a crazy good place for getaways! It has 2 outdoor freshwater pools, 3 tennisContinue reading “Photo-diary: Island Life, Maldives”
Fun photoshoot with my batch girls for our graduation Thank you XavienPhoto for doing this shoot for us! Although I miss my long hair, ever since I chopped them off, it has gotten a lot thicker. No regrets there!
Gorgeous flowers in a heart of a beautiful city. Couldn’t help falling in love with the immaculate garden, the Papagena fountain and greenhouse Orangerie The very garden where Sound of Music was filmed Gates to the horticultural masterpiece Mirabell Palace, which houses the offices of Salzburg’s mayor and the municipal council The palace where flowersContinue reading “Travel-diary: Mirabellgarten of Salzburg, Austria”
Hello from Moscow! It’s been raining a lot when we arrived, unfortunately we chose a damp, drizzly and cold summer day to go to Red Square at the heart of the city. BUT it was pretty much worth it. 80% of the architecture here have that Turkish/Middle Eastern influence, or perhaps it is the otherContinue reading “Travel-diary: Red Square, Moscow”
My favorite minced beef pie from Pie Face! Continental Breakfast with the crew Grocery loot to go with with my book and Aussie channels. Nibble fest.
Built circa 1080 Milan, Northern Italy The walls of the Basilica The confession chamber. Speak the truth, even if your voice quivers. There’s something about churches that illuminate the unspeakable calm One does not need to be of a certain religion to appreciate the beautiful monotony of rites The Basilica also houses the tomb ofContinue reading “Travel-diary: Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio”
A 6-hour journey on foot in Milan as a solo explorer armed with just my camera and a cup of Caffe Shakerato Sights and sounds of a bustling Italian city. Beautiful.
Perhaps I’m not too much of a winter person. Hiding from the incessant drizzle in the heated warmth of the hotel just shows what a coward I am! Checked in at Rendezvous Melbourne in the evening. Dinner was at Nando’s, before bumming with Rena and watching Running Man till we almost dropped dead from laughingContinue reading “Travel-diary: Melbourne”
We’ve come sucha long way baby… I’m happy for all of us Taller than Roomie in my heels *evil cackle* With Krispy the graduated ‘senior’ teehee. Congratulations Joyce and Enqi! My throw-hat moment tomorrow &… I don’t have the freaking guts to do anything crazy, in front of 1000 graduands, like the guy today whoContinue reading “and a new chapter of our lives begin”
Hands up if you’ve got an eternal crush on Jack Dawson. “Well, yes, ma’am, I do… I mean, I got everything I need right here with me. I got air in my lungs, a few blank sheets of paper. I mean, I love waking up in the morning not knowing what’s gonna happen or, whoContinue reading “she’s all the lifeboats you need”
Fresh off a 12-hour flight to Milan, we hopped onto a three-hour railway tram into Venice. Grabbed lunch at the train station And off we go Our stop: Santa Lucia Buon Giornata, Venezia One of their prime, very beautifully hand-crafted, tourist rip-offs which are too elegant and gorgeous to look at to be of muchContinue reading “From Milan to Venice”
Nyhavn, Copenhagen Home of Hans Christian Andersen Legendary Mermaid a la Ariel Lovely Park in the vicinity of the mermaid The grassland is a star-shape from the bird’s eyeview Wind’s too strong >< Change of Guards WIND IS TOO STRONG…love the weather 🙂 CHURROS!!! Stroget Street, Denmark Toys Are Us HOTDOGS