each time I travel.
Travelling is one of the channels which allows you to know yourself a little bit more. This is what I felt when I was walking in the beautiful capital, Wroclaw. Despite the glorious side of it, you get to eat local cuisines, fascinate over beautiful streets and buildings, immerse yourself in the culture of that particular country, watching how locals live their lives on a daily basis, no one has ever shown the flip side of the story while travelling.
I would not say that I fell in love with the back story because of the sleepless nights, the feeling of anxiety when double checking your documents, and also the long and exhausting trips to and from the airport or city. However, it makes me think that these are the scarce beauty of a journey. The back stories are the ones often forgotten. Most of us care about reaching the destination, but sometimes it is worth looking at the journey before that.
Just a few months ago, I was one of the list tickers before I travel. I …
Crazy enough, I went to the local park to meet Alvin during this stressful period with full of assignments and exam due dates. But hey, this is life and you only live once. Maybe this is the last moment you guys could ever do this together. You will never know right?
I love the park. It gives me the peace I have always wanted.
We did this lying on the grass and looking at the sky thing. It's really different from what I have imagined. People might say that, "Well, it's grass and the sky, what do you expect?" I mean well, the angles are different. The way you look at the sky sitting on the bench is different when you lie down on the grass. I don't really look after dog poo, but Alvin has a thing for poo lol.
The world is different if you look at it from a different angle. It's crazy how most of us look at the same angle claiming that we are right when others look at it from a different one. Looking at the sky while lying down is differen…
It's all about putting yourself together.
The ultimate question which I am afraid of being asked: what are your future plans?
To put this in a simpler way: what are you planning to do after graduation?
These questions will put me in a situation where I will stand there, blunted, staring into an invisible dimension, waiting for it to consume me. Okay, a little too dramatic. But for those out there who understand me, a few words can put tons of pressure on you in split second.
My degree is ending soon (Already ended when I publish this post). This makes me worry about how to deal with myself in the near future. I could not even decide what to eat for the next meal! And here I am, being asked to answer such grown up question though I am a young adult already! Hahhahaa. shit.
Every time I will give an honest answer, hoping that person will understand me. Sometimes not and it's okay. What I say tend to shock some of them: "Shame to say this, but I still don't know yet."…