*blows part horn* it's the last day of 2011 today.what are you guys up to? partying? spending it with you significant other? being a glutton ? staying at home ? i am doing the last two stated.Hahahaa.It just occured to me that I spent New Year's Eve at home every year somehow.Don't ask me why.It just happen.I tend to contradict myself on that fact that in a way I do not need to be in a place where there will be tons and tons of people and I can stay at home and watch gayo daejun and tweet and watch normal television at the same time.Yes.It is doable people.I did that last year.Hehehe.The contradiction part is that I kinda half envy people posting up in fb on how awesome they're gonna party,etc.But,all is well,I do not,I repeat,i do not feel super emo...Shoot.I plan it in my head to try to not write a super long summary of the year this time.But...just look at this first paragraph!
Ok.Back to serious business.First up,yes.I have been neglecting this blog due to none other than my love of procastination.had a 2 weeks year end holiday to which I pack my bag and leave for Hanoi,Vietnam.Underestimated the weather and so freeze my ass out at certain hour of the day which resulted in : My lips and skin being super dry.Committing some fashion crimes,catching the flu when I got home.boooooooo... Other than tat,Vietnam was beautiful.Went to Hanoi and Halong Bay and at times,especially at Halong Bay,you wouldn't feel that you''re at Vietnam,more like you're in China with those super beautiful scenery.The food are ok.The people there are sadly kinda poor and being desperate for money,everything that they do has a purpose,which makes it (for me) hard to see when are the times they are sincere and when are the times they are not.And 2 of my H&M bracelet got stolen,partly was my mistake of not carrying my backpack in front (like a pregnant lady kinda style).Luckily though not more valueable got stolen,i.e. my ipod and ipad.Word of advice: it is best not to carry a bagpack in vietnam as it's not that safe.
Stuffs sold there are more to handicrafts and not like clothes,etc.Did not buy anything for myself other than a pair of leggings which I thought was rm8 which ended up to actually be rm20.(was at a hypermarket which is to them is a shopping mall and there was kinda a sale.)Ooh oh,another highlight in my trip is that in the tour group that I join (27 of us) there's a good looking guy.Heh heh heh.Sadly though,didn't get the chance to know him as most of them we hang out with our family.Oh well,let's hope that there's fate for us to bump into each other again maybe?? hahahaha.
It was interesting to spend Christmas there,(the hotel had a special supper which I was too full to eat any and ave us free chocolates in our room.hahahhaa.) Also,some of the culture and way of live of the people in Vietnam is interesting to watch.My sis and I had a great time spending a certain amount of time doing people watching.Ooh oh,one thing I need to say is the people there LOVE flowers.They buy bouquet of flowers like they wanna propose of something...When do they buy the flowers? going to the airport or just like a daily kinda of thing to give to their love ones,etc...And another thing is that the traffic is CRAZY there.There are not many road lines dividing the road lanes and the vehicles don't seem to stop for you to cross.In actual fact the just slow down but,being a tourist,you get the feeling that they dont stop,you get what I mean? After like 3 days there,I finally get the hang of crossing the roads there.Hahahahaa..
Will most probably upload the photos next year,since today is already the last day of the year.=)
-with lots of love,peace out-