August 23, 2015

Iceland, Kex Hostel + Harpa

Rejavik, Iceland 

Day 2 in Iceland. Morning cereal with the local radio, before heading off to the main city! We stayed at Kex Hostel, looks dodgey on the insde, but a gem on the inside. This once ago old buiscuit factory is gonna be the new, in, hispter place there, I just know it. As if its not already. Jazz nights on thursday, live music events and roommates from around the world, and free wifi.  Most images from this post are actually from my Samsung camera, as much as I hate this stupid phone.. the camera quality is so much better than an iPhone. This post is just a spam of Harpa, an opera house where more explanation is in one of the images below, because its just too beautiful!!! Could just spend the whole day there. Architecture is amazing and incredible, so is the view. Just thinking about how they manipulated the material of glass which ties in perfectly with its soundings is astonishing! Mountains on left, and the city on the right. Oh yea, let me introduce you this self-explanatory hashtag, #trioiniceland.  Find us. 

August 18, 2015

Regents Park & Barbican, Marissa Streibl

What can I say, its always fun with our embarrassing acts everytime I meet my moby, as well as it being our catchup time! These are photos we took around Regents park and Barbican, on separate days of course. Will try to post more regularly.

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July 27, 2015

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

Wayyy overdued photos are finally here. Last easter, Shao fen (my travel partner), Yue Han and I went to ICELAND for 2 weeks. Was amazing! Sights are beyond breathtaking! Any, literally any how you take the picture, it will look amazing. Ate a lot. Iceland is expensive. Like London. So beware. The only benefit is the portions are wayyy bigger. Enjoy these photos, for they are only photos of a day in iceland... more days to come.  Pray that I will have the determination to post it all. More photos of iceland can be found on my instagram.

For the record, the all famous blue lagoon is actually manmade, and not a natural hotspring. It started off as a pipe burst, which carried hot water for the locals, started flooding the area. So they decided to make it into a hotspring for tourists. Viola, aint that special innit. But, in the local hotsprings, I heard that there are bathroom police that ensures you're squeaky clean before entering the hotspring, so you might want to go to this one instead. The weather in iceland changes like the wind. We experienced snow, rain, sun and hail during the four hours we were in the hot spring. Lucky? Yes i think so. Brought my GoPro along too for this, but I haven't checked out the images there.. I might post it in the next post when I get it.

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