A Day in Oxford

People had been telling me how beautiful Oxford was and now I will keep telling people how beautiful Oxford is. ⁣⁣We simply fell in love with the city. We had Italian food in a castle that used to be a prison. Then a long walk around the Christ Church and enjoying the meadow and the... Continue Reading →

A Walk in the Park

“And the danger is that in this move toward new horizons and far directions, that I may lose what I have now, and not find anything except loneliness.” ― Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath I've been in London for almost three months now, yet it feels longer. My friend said London has this odd... Continue Reading →

Cheese and Clams at Borough Market

One Saturday my friend James took me for a walk along the South Bank and we visited Borough Market. I absolutely loved the little vendors and stalls, the variety of food from all around the world (the closest dish to Indonesian that I found was a Malay chicken curry), and the vibrant energy from all... Continue Reading →

A Room in Manhattan

My trip to America was all started because I was always an easy target to be bossed around by my younger sisters. I'm the first born who gives up window seats for them, drives them around, and basically says 'yeah okay' to their demanding, absurd requests. Never in my dream that saying 'yes' this time... Continue Reading →

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