Pleased with my hotpot, and the Konica Centuria Super 400 film. Works well under low light despite having expired.
To those who are celebrating this festive period, Happy Lunar New Year!
2018 came late for me. I was still stuck in old ways and rushing my year’s project when the rest of the world moved ahead, refreshed and determined. And there I was, holed up at home with my laptop, notes, and refills of hot tea. I haven’t seen my face in a while, and my head’s wheezing from the cold I caught on the last day of the old year.
6 weeks on, I’m working on the last bits of work, running errands in between, stealing some hours on the weekend for appointments, but the tiny pockets of time that I have mostly go to tv – because all I really am doing is waiting for 2018 to happen. I’m not usually this way. Can’t wait for the time to reboot.
We scored a Maokong gondola with transparent glass floor (at no extra cost). Lucky us.
Stepping into 邊邊 cafe is like entering a secret door in the back alley. It’s delightful enough like that, but the visit with Katie was made every more so by the details – the abundance and variety of plant life, cute wooden frames and window panes, art in tiny corners, lots of vintage… a mess put together into something intricately beautiful. The cafe is no longer around, but the owner has since opened another eatery close to the Hua Shan 1914 Creative Park.