Some interesting things I did/happened/happening in my life recently:
#1. My 25th Birthday
I’m a quarter of century old now! And my birthday was quite memorable as it fell on 20-11-2011! Aha yes! The date where LOTS of people are getting married (My parents received 5 wedding invitations on the 19th November itself, and a few more on the 20th). And it was so ngam because…well, the date was nice, and I turned 25. An age which can be said like one of the milestones in life, no?
I flew back to Jakarta for my birthday and Mochi joined me as well! 😀
We had a fun time eating and eating and eating!! *More pics on this once I’ve got them from my mom and dad’s cameras*
And I got to meet up with my best girls for makan session!! ❤ ❤ ❤
Presents-wise, not much. The best one was from my parents for paying my ticket to Shanghai in October 2011 (damn! I haven’t blogged about this as well).
#2. Staying at Royal Plaza on Scotts for two nights.
With Dania. Okay, it’s actually one of her regular visits to SG, and as what we usually do, I stayed over at her hotel for 2 nights. This time was at Royal Plaza on Scotts (normally she would stay at Meritus Mandarin). It was my second time staying there.
The Xmas deco at Royal Plaza this year is so cute!! With Jollyland as the theme, I love the whole deco and idea! Basically I just like those kind of deco with sweets and colourful things all over:
And breakfast at McDonald’s Shaw Centre. Our first time there:
#3. Christmas deco at Orchard Rd.
I’ve always loved the Christmas deco at Orchard Rd. The bright lights, pretty Christmas trees, the joyful feeling, and not forgetting the Christmas Sale! December really is one of my favourite months!
Look at these pretty lights and trees! Don’t you feel happy just by looking at them? (Well, at least I do).
#4. Some random things happening in Singapore:
– Twilight Car. HAHAHAHAHA Please don’t ruin the Volvo…
– Cute giant Maybelline Volum Express mascara:
Elephant Parade is the world’s largest open air art exhibition of decorated elephant statues that seeks to attract public awareness and support for Asian elephant conservation. So for the time being, you will find a lot of nicely decorated elephant statues all around Orchard and the surrounding.
These are some of my favourites:
– 2 for 3 Sour Sally!
So those were some happenings in my life recently. Most probably gonna write about my Taiwan (Gosh! It’s been almost a year!) and Shanghai trips 😉