Minggu, 03 Januari 2010

I'm back baby!

Wan sang ni men!
Xin nian kuai le!
Hahaha I just got back from Singapore..
And I brought back some present for myself. Dad gave each me and sis 150 Singaporean dollars, and I ended up spending all of 'em. These are what I bought while I was there:
  1.  A Pull and Bear sneakers! I've been wanting them since a long time ago! Finally, I got them for 39,90 dollars. It is much cheaper than the ones in Indonesia. I could only bought one though :'(
  2. A pair of high heels I bought at Bugis Junction. It's blue, and I just loved it. It's pretty cheap I guess.
  3. Another pair of shoes, but flat ones. I bought them at Tangs. I forgot which Tangs though.
  4. Three rolls of chinese paintings. 3 for 10,00 dollars. So-so lah ( hehe in Singapore languange)
  5. I had my name painted beautifully with drawings with each alphabet was drawn into pictures, and each drawings have meanings, such as birds symbolizes happiness and etc. Loved it. It was 18,00 dollars. Pretty expensive,, but dad said that the expensive one wasn't the price, it was the art that was expensive Well, I gotta agree though, it's beautiful and I loved it.
  6. Some keychains for souvenirs for my friends, and I bought Mars chocholate especially for my BF ^^ Hope she'll like them.
And the things I couldn't but there are:
  1. Shorts nor Clothes. I bought none. The reason is: yes, I'm too fat dang it. I guess I'll need to shape up before I'll buy any of them. :'(
  2. Adidas sneakers. Boohoo and it was so cute too. It had stars design on its surface. but it cost 85,00 dollars. Too expensive man! I think it was called Honey..something, I can't remember clearly.
  3. And I guess I was hoping I could buy a pair of Charles & Keith high heels. I liked the ones that my sister bought . Sadly, her feet size is 37/38, while I'm a 39. So, I can't fit those shoes. And I don't have enough money anymore.
  4. Maybe some souvenirs at Chinatown, like the ones that has magnet so it can stick to the refrigerator, or some clothes that look like yukatas. If only I have more money. *sigh
Forget about them. Let's just talk about what did I experienced there :D Here I go :
  1. I stayed in an apartment. Of course you'll feel different compared to home, the apartment is much much smaller. But it's comfy and I pretty much like it :D
  2. The MRT there. Wow, it's so much fun since it's the first time I've ever experienced MRTs. 
  3. The people there are well organized. And I'm pretty surprised some of them can speak English quite well. Except the people that were selling soya milk. It's really hard to ask them to buy the cold soyas rather than the hot ones! I said "Cold!Cold!" and they answered things I couldn't understand. Hanya..
  4. Coffee near the apartment! It's really delicious. It's sweet because it's a coffee-and-milk. And it only costs 90 cents. Lovely.
  5. Another thing. The bread store near the coffee shop. The name's Bunnies. I really love that store! The bread they make are always new and the taste..delicious. Very,very lovely.
  6. You really need to walk all the way in Singapore. Different from Jakarta, most people there don't use cars or vehicles-they walk and use public transportation. Although I was exhausted from all those walking, I love this idea. You can eat much and walk a lot, so you can still get in shape, different from here, if you eat much, you won't be able to walk much-making you turn fat. A big no-no.
  7. Spending new years there. I saw the fireworks. And it was so much fun. we got into the place-I forgot the name- at approx. 10 p.m. (or was it at 9 I forgot)-waiting for 3 hours until 12 o'clock. It took so much time waiting, but it really paid off, the fireworks there were awesome! They were so beautiful. Loved it!!
Well, I think that's all. Hope this years' long holiday my family and I can go to a trip to Japan! Yokoso Japan!
Byee! And Happy New Year!

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