I nvr had a strong urge for traveling. I’m usually contented with the routines of Singapore n I guess it’s typical cancer nature. My usual trips r for concerts n family outings. Personally I hv little desire to go c the world.
But what this trip taught me was that I would never have known that a peach blossom looks like this if I haven’t traveled out to see for myself. But what value does knowing how a flower looks like add ? I think u will know, when you see its pink petals fall and flutter in the wind. at 香山公园 Fragrant Hills Park – View on Path.
Thought via Path
Brunch at 佛光山〜 with Miki, Skyen, and Rei at Waterdrop Teahouse – View on Path.
…..this is one of the most “memorable” meeting points
A road junction. with Jen, Skyen, and Rei at Coralinus – View on Path.
Listening to Forbidden Colours (Alternative Mix) by Peter Santos
Fragrant Hills is a place with many old folks. at 香山公园 Fragrant Hills Park – View on Path.
I honestly just don’t wanna dirty her dresses. But somehow this series of photos feels kinda wrong …… at 香山公园 Fragrant Hills Park – View on Path.
I guess that’s how bonding begins - by completing a task together. After the outdoor yoga lessons, we often feel the burning urge to clean our mats. And to clean a mat faster, u need more pairs of hands. And thru the laughters and all, the rest is pretty self-explanatory.
I have always enjoyed being in a group and doing things together ^_^ at 香山公园 Fragrant Hills Park – View on Path.
The tedious path we took to practice yoga that morning
We were greeted with a sign that wrote “no visitors” which no one seemed to understand n I wondered why quietly … Then it was an uber steep road up… Only to find it was their residential area and we missed the entrance to the park much earlier.
LL … The entire troupe back tracked and by then all fully warmed, or rather, exercised enough. at 香山 – View on Path.