|food food food|
Crossing border was such a breeze, but with full flight, boarding was such a pain. The seat size was decent for a low cost airliner, but the guy who sit next to me is a bit oversize and took both mine and the other passenger arm rests. On top of that he has body odour and made up my bad flying experience. The supposed to be 7.5 hours flight turned into 8.5 hours. No delay but somehow I felt something isn't right with the plane itself. Maybe it's too full so it flew slower? I dono, but I felt the amount of vibration on the fuselage just not right. I tried to sleep but I couldnt as the other passenger smartly open her laptop and watch series "friends" [yep you got that, it's the 90's series] and she watched it out loud. A baby crying in the front row was just a cherry on top of my cake.
"My hair and humidity, they don't get along together"
|some random art|
|Collected two stamps [AU border doesn't stamp, hmph]|
The next day, we went for breakfast then head to orchard. Aimlessly walking around only to see the shops, gay guys, and occasionally made stops if I find some interesting food. Walk, eat, walk, check out guys, walk, check out shoes/watch/undies/clothings, walk, eat again, and more walk, walk, walk. At the end, we head back to Neil's place because I need to grab my bag before catching up with Y. She treat me chilli crab she's been wanting to show me how nice the place and food is. It's yummy... I ate most of it. We were catching up quiet a lot and been moving around from one spot to another taking pictures [with only my iPhone]. But the cinderella in me told me, I have to go back before midnight to catch the flight at 2 am.
All in all, it was one of my spontaneous decision when I bought the ticket, stupidly really short visit [less than 36 hours] , not so many activity [mostly just walking and checking out guys], but I had a really good time. Afterall, small things in life are important as they keep me happy.
PS: I only got two stamps on my passport, and my legs still sore from walking.***