Duran Duran, Calvin Harris, fireworks, last but not least the race which determined the winner in 2 seconds. Braved the rain for the last day of #singaporegp which we were sure Hamilton secretly summoned.
One of my hobbies is to squat near this grass patch under my block when it rains and watch the come out to play. They stay on this patch of short grass and on top of a drain in the middle of the grass so it's a really pretty sight without the usual mess of crushed shells you see on pavements because no one walks on the grass and drain (it really crushes my soul when I dead snails). //Take things slow and brave the rain; there will be more chances of catching the rainbow.
As much as I wish for life to be a simple straight road, I often find myself on an unnecessarily much longer winding path. On the bright side, a longer journey means I have a higher chance to meet more good people along the way and spend more quality time with them; life becomes more colourful and vibrant that way.
This short trip in the midst of my chaotic June holidays strengthened my positivity towards life. Note to self: Glass half-full should always, ALWAYS!!! be the way to view everything.
3:30am Woke up
4:00am Driver picked us
4:20am Car broke down in the middle of the road
5:10am Driver got another car
5:25am Reached the bottom of the hill and switched onto a motorbike to ride up (my first time on a bike and such terrain!)
Okay okay, I know it's just Bangkok. It's just a 3-day trip. Not cool enough for so much #throwback. Yet where else can you see such swag? Only country I'm willing to brave an even hotter weather than Singapore and go the distance (literally) for all the shopping and food.