Hello :)

First entry is ALWAYS gonna be weird and short, because I don’t know what to write. But I’m sure it all will come out naturally lol.

Well, I can start with this. I’m going to London in 2 months and 9 days. Isn’t it a good story to share on the first entry of your new blog? :)

The latest entry of my previous blog (how many blogs do I have?), I said that I just booked a ticket to London! I got it from a flash sale during New Year. I never booked a ticket this sooooooon before (10 months before departure.) And now I. JUST. CAN’T. WAIT. :D :D

3 Points of going to London:

  1. Back to the old life, the old world — I seriously don’t know what to do in London as a tourist. I think I’ve seen all already. So going to London is not for traveling, but for visit the old life…that I miss so much. Strolling on familiar streets, taking pictures, free food tasting at Borough Market :P, meeting friends from Master Degree. I have a lot to do. :) Just not sure how I can squeeze a year in 14 days!
  2. Do what I missed — Although I thought I did everything, I missed a lot. For example, I’ve never seen Changing the Guard in front of Buckingham Palace! How could I missed.
Loch Lomond, Scotland

Apart from London, I want to go to other places outside London like Edinburgh, Scotland. I always want to see Glencoe and the picturesque Isle of Skye.

Glencoe, Scotland

And don’t forget the lovely English countryside like Dorset, to see Durdle Door and Jurassic Coast.

Because “It’s better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.”

Durdle Door, Dorset, England
Jurassic Cove, Dorset, England

3. Explore new things — While I’m in Bangkok, there have been new cool places emerging in London. SOOOOO many news restaurant I need to check out. London Sky Garden is one of them. Anyone who knows me, knows that I LOVE seeing view from atop. So I’ve been to London Eye for 4 times and The Shard. I even climbed 528 steps up the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral, 311 steps to the top of the Monument, 284 steps of Arc de Triomphe (very cold and tiring I almost fell down) and 124 steps of St Mary the Virgin in Oxford. Okay…I’m obsessed.

London Sky Garden

Here’s proof of my obsession

(L to R) London Eye, 2010 — Arc de Triomphe, 2013 — The Shard, 2013
St Paul Cathedral, 2013 — The Shard, 2013
St Mary the Virgin, 2013 — The Monument, 2013

I need to get going. It’s Sunday night and I want to make the most of it. So that I can have a good Monday morning, not a mundane and sleepy one.

Just read this entry and love it. Check it out.


I promise that I won’t be neglectful to this blog. HAHAHA. I mean it!!

Until next time. xoxo

Ps. To get in the mood

London in Motion, one of my favourite London video. I get quite emotional every time I watch this.

Fon — BKK, Thailand 7.08 pm (GMT+7)

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