#throwback to some months ago when I was in London enjoying evening walks with Paula. Bright sunshine and partially drenched in sweat during those walks compared to the current rain and gloomy skies that I have these days…
Would you believe it if I told you that my trip to London in July was mainly just to eat? （≧ｙ≦＊）At the same time, it was also Paula’s birthday. We quickly gave excuses telling ourselves that it’s a celebration. Before the trip was planned, Paula was already excited about the Beauty and the Beast Afternoon Tea by The Kensington Hotel.
My brother got his Flying License (≧∀≦ゞ I've tried flying with my brother when he was still learning. His instructor is a cool old man. When I flew with them, he made my brother do a 60º turn that left me partially floating in mid-air. In a way, it was rather scary for my first-time in such a small plane. But now that my brother can fly whenever he wants, it makes me eggcited to try new stuns!
Paula caught me in Paris during it's best months of the year where almost every corner was blooming in colours. Despite being in the city of lights for 5 years, I have never been to Parc de Sceaux. Neither have I heard of this amazing garden. While I didn't think that I'd leave Paris this year, I definitely made the right choice to spend a brunch session enjoying hanami.
7 years later, I've finally stepped a foot into the magical land. Thanks to Paula, actually. It's been two years since her visit to Paris and she insisted on going to Disneyland. Me, personally— going to a theme park is a waste of money, plainly because I can't take rides. I cannot stomach the dropping sensation when the roller coaster goes up and down within seconds ゞ◎Д◎ヾ
Life has been slow by the country side. I can't even get to the super mart as swiftly as before as tourists flock the roads. Lots of outsiders are coming in to my town to enjoy fine sand and chill waters. I took some time to join free activities by the beach too despite my lack of skills in the water. However I've gained a dozen of weird-ass looking tan lines on my back.
I managed to finally picnic by the Seine! It was actually my first time. Thank Heavens for being so nice to me with the perfect chill weather. Yup, 5 years in Paris, I've never had a picnic by the Seine. So two lovely friends decided to do a last minute picnic together.
3000 years later, I finally got this summer story published! Covered 8 places (from the Parliament House to hiking up the Citadella) in one day under the warm summer heat. Finding one of my best foie gras so far was very much rewarding too!
A sudden change of weather, 17º degrees celsius and a clear blue sky calls for a walk instead of keeping myself at home. Despite not working full-time, I feel like I'm roaming the streets too much. Maybe one day, when my skills are perfected, I'd announce my new-found passion...