Can we just take a moment to enjoy these almost-tumblr-esque photos?
Look at my hair though!!!!
So close to being tumblr-worthy
Cycling at East Coast
Top- H&M// Shorts- Bangkok// Shoes-Adidas
That Singapore skyline though!?
*laughing after burping and caught in the act*
Yum @ Island Creamery
Top- //Shorts- Lefties// Shoes- Topshop
Having been in Singapore for almost a month now, I feel like I have the authority to say a few things.
One that I would like to point out is, the lack of vegetables in an average Singaporean's diet. I am comparing the Hong Kong diet to the Singapore diet. Obviously there are people who willingly strive to eat vegetables, but in an average food court, the lack of vegetables is, interesting.
I don't know about other households, but also when eating at home, sometimes we will have no vegetables, or very little vegetables. (Is 'very little' the right phrase to use?)
I've concluded over this month that, the Singapore diet is generally more unhealthy than the Hong Kong diet. The amount of food I have consumed over this past month is.. many.
I've had waffles at least once every week. I think I might have even had waffles three times this week. It is Saturday now.
This month has been my 'eat whatever' month. Generally, any trip to Singapore is 'eat whatever' time.
I've gotten visibly chubbier. Although I'm not complaining, since the chubbiness was a result of good food. But I am hoping to lose it when I get back to Hong Kong.
Will future me be able to get off her butt and go to the gym every day?
I also really need to start on that holiday homework.
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