Merasa sedang ada di persimpangan jalan kehidupan yang bisa dibilang gigantic! Each path has its own consequences. Super bingung, selalu menunda - nunda keputusan dan berharap waktu yang akan bantu menjawab. Tapi sekarang malah termakan oleh waktu, well simply cause time never stops. Finally the ticking will come to an end. Sepertinya dalam waktu dekat ini harus segera mengambil keputusan. This fall I have to decide whether I wanna be enrolled in USA or Netherlands. Sayangnya mengambil keputusan itu ga semudah membalik telapak tangan. Kalo sekarang ini mengambil TU Delft, berarti giving up University of Southern California dan (kemungkinan) beasiswanya. Tapi kalo sekarang melepas TU Delft berarti gambling USC karena mungkin aja gak dapet beasiswa. Kalo giving up TU Delft, it means that there is a chance that I would lose both admissions. It’s all about the money afterall.. Hahahhaha, dilemaaaaa… and I have to decide THIS WEEK! gosh..
Pray and hope for the best, let God do the rest!
me! wanna :P
want spontaneous and new adventures, getting lil’ bit tired of deciding what to do next..
My other family :) . Thank you for the great day.
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Just got back from a vacation in HongKong. The shopping and dining places were PERFECT. The prices were low and we went to fine dining places. We went to a nice Chinese restaurant in Citygate outlet mall, can’t remember the name though. We ate some kind of jellyfish dish (note to myself: don’t ever eat it again please), duck skin (this one was pretty amazing), some veggies, fishes and Chinese tea. We also eat the water chestnut pudding that melted in my mouth. The second day, after visiting “the peak” via trem and madam tussauds wax museum, we ate in a restaurant called Bubba Gump. The restaurant is located near the peak, so we could also see Hong Kong cityscape while eating. We ordered shrimp cocktail and pear & berry salad for appetizer. FYI, the pear & berry salad tasted like heaven. It was a mixed flavor of pear, all kind of berries, almond, cottage cheese, lemon and vegetables. The best salad I’ve ever had in my entire life. The third day we were having birthday dinner (it was my dad’s birthday) in Lung Wah (hopefully I spell it right) which was one of the most famous dine in HongKong. Although we had to walk a bit to the place. We tried this (again I don’t know the name) sour, sweet yet spicy soup and tofu as an appetizer. After that, we ate tasty grilled pigeon (poor them), shrimp, fish, with egg & milk shrimp and also almond lemon chicken. The dessert was tofu something (I ate them when I lived in Singapore for breakfast though). That were truly some dining experiences.
The city however looked a bit like “the moon”. From far away, the buildings were beautiful. But from up-close, good heaven, it looked like cr*p. I don’t think I want to go to Hong Kong again for its tourism site. But for shopping and dining? DEFINITELY :)