Archive for September 2012



Of so many cities on Earth, London must be the top, if not best, and one of the most well known hectic paradises. The city itself has so many objects for symbolization: the red bus, the red mail post, the Union Jack, the red payphone, the Underground... just to name a few! To take the Union Jack as an instance, it not only is a flag, but also serves as a photography and graphic inspirations. Just look around - bags, earrings, clothes - all in British flag. 

I must say I am very fortunate to be able to leave a footprint on this beautiful city. Although I did not quite enjoy the crowd and pollution here, I still very much appreciate the classic structures, amazing scenes and pretty weather. Did I not mention about shopping? It's DA BOMB!

Anyway, we bought this Oyster card for convenient access to train and bus services. I really wonder why it's named Oyster! 

London Eye.

Don't treating van a selling store a really lovely thing? :)

Color splash!

Elizabeth Tower. The weather wasn't really good for shooting that day! :(

London Tower Bridge.

The Breakfast Club at Oxford Street. Thumbs up! 

Go wide.

I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed the trip :) Happy weekend! 

Next up: Germany. 

love, M

Weymouth, Dorset.


A proper update after weeks of not being able to do one. I'm finally settled down here in the UK, with my new hostel room being cleaned thoroughly and my list of to-buys getting shorter and shorter. Last week was one of the most fantastic weeks in my life, as mom brought me to travel around before school started this week. From Weymouth to London to Germany, those moments and scenery are truly unforgettable!

I'm doing this entry solely on Weymouth though. I have an amazing aunt residing at Weymouth, running a Chinese restaurant. She has this lovely dog named Sam. He's so tamed!

Went to the famous shingle beach, Chesil Beach. It's so beautiful! Instead of sand, I saw beautiful stones filling the ground. 

Momma and me picked some nicely shaped stones back :) 

We proceeded to walking around the town later that day. Weymouth is such a beautiful seaside town!

It's like a paradise! Perfect living. 

It's a short spontaneous trip anyway, but that didn't by any bit make it less interesting! I will definitely revisit! :)

love, M