People here can't spell. Most can't tell the difference between 'Your', 'You're' and 'There', 'Their', They're.
When they asks for my name, they'd expect me to say something like "Ching chuung tei", but instead I say "Elaine" and spells it out for them... I must have been saying "Ken euu sipella?" My name is now Eleanie Tan.
I didn't know what to dress as... but I really wanted to make use of my cape I bought from ebay, so that's my overall mix of costumes I've collected.
Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can dress as next? Let me know~ I am keen to collect more costumes :) In the mean time, I'm getting ready for another party tonight. Still have not idea what I will be~
The hills are alive (aahhhhh) with the sound of music (aahhhh), With songs they have sung...for a thousand years (aaaahhhhhh) The hills fill my heart (aahhh) with the sound of music (aaahhh), My heart wants to sing every song it hears (every song that it hears)..
You may find yourself humming this subconsciously ^^
I don't think I can be scary. Tell me..honestly. Which of these picture do you think I look scary!?
Venue: Adelaide City Date: 25th Oct 2008
I have only one picture which looked alright. [Here] Hope you won't have a nightmare after clicking on that.
Note: I was one of the photographer for this Zombie Walk and the photos are HERE! You may just see yourself there! Help me tag the zombies if you know them~! Leave a comment if you want original or larger photos!
I tried my best to show you what I saw...the feeling I had when I was there... Nature had me absorbed and dazed.
Some of us went fishing, some of us picked pebbles, and some played on the beach... Relaxing?
What you didn't know is we walked on dirt road for 2.5km... not knowing there was a hike trail downhill, saw and smelt a kangaroo carcass. -- Before the sun sets, we hiked [photo] 2km uphill on Heysen trail. I slipped but didn't roll down the hill and join the kangaroo. ^^ I couldn't walk the next day. Atleast I slept well that night!
Venue: Blowhole Beach [Deep Creek Conservation Park, S. Australia]
This was a trial photo shoot with massive Halogen lights (Timmy had an idea) which might have probably killed part of my visual abilities haha but it was all worth the try..the photos turned out pretty good!
This hotel looks larger than it seems in this photograph. When I say large, I mean there is no way you can walk to your room. You'll need a carriage, (which is superb for me because I love horses) to bring you to your room.
This grand hotel has almost everything you need, as a tourist, to experience the real life of the locals. How?
This is what you see right on your doorstep.
The surrounding environment is filled with plantations such as paddy fields, corn, fruits...you name it. Almost all the local plantations that can be found in Chiang Mai is found in this very hotel.
Your activities, as a tourist, includes getting your hands dirty. You are guided through the plantations, learning from seeding to harvesting the produce. That's real experience if you ask me.
The hotel also has its own yoga centre, swimming pool, business centre and a british colonial building as one of your choices of hotel rooms. Venue: Chiang Mai