Sunday, September 19, 2010


went for a 12-day family trip to China this holiday and I can say that it was beyond my expectation. I thought the trip would be boring - visiting historical sites and dealing with rubbish everywhere. But it turned out not. I felt like laughing at my stupid thought as amazement filled me seeing the modernity it has, especially in Beijing and Shanghai. 4 thumbs up (if one day I happen to have 4 hands ;)) for the superb buildings' height in Shanghai and the flyovers professionally made everywhere in the big cities. I wonder if I will live long enough to see Indonesia be like that. HA ! ;)

(up) at The Great Wall with some Westerns who requested to take a photo with me wearing that and suddenly I felt like a big superstar ! LOL. P.S: the costume was rented ;)

(up) at Shanghai Expo 2010 w/ family P.S: (almost) everyone said the one on the very right side was my elder brother. oh well... he's younger but taller okay.

(up) Chinese Pavilion @Shanghai Expo
(up) Indonesian Pavilion @Shanghai Expo

(up) w/ family at Elephant Trunk Hill, Guilin, a small city in the southeast of China. The has has got breathtaking view and OMG couldn't stop WOW-ing seeing all those.

(up) taken at The Venetian Resort, Macau with the gondoliers :D there were Claudia, the Barbie girl and Dante, my white-horse prince ;) everyone may dream right? v.v

(up) my second time to Hong Kong Disneyland :D but this time with much more fun :)

gotta go. holiday ends today :(

Saturday, September 4, 2010

choosing the track of which I know I'll regret one day

been a long while since my last huge dilemma. Sometimes I wish I could have someone either to decide for me or to force me into any of the choices (well I actually bet if it possibly happened, I'd certainly refuse to follow)

Life is all about choices and how I wish it could be as easy as how it's spelled. I know every decision has its own risk along with its advantages. But it's somehow hard to make up my mind on one, moreover for a wishy-washy like me !

Why? :| Why am I taking an I-know-I-will-regret decision? I'm not sure either, it's probably my conscience telling me to do so ;) No matter how, the unchosen is neither a perfect nor the worst, but it's that I'm taking one, only one which brings me less pressure, even if it's gonna end up as how I predict, I care no more. Let future be future (how many times have I repeated the quote? ;) ) Let's throw all those unnecessary worries ! This is my life, I have to choose anyway. And whichever decision I've settled, I believe it's the best.


I would much rather have regrets about not doing what people said, than regretting not doing what my heart led me to and wondering what life had been like if I'd just been myself.” - Brittany Renée