Why? I just realized it now as I write. I’m wearing green again and this time I’m totally blending in with the background. A little bit more and I’ll be a perfect camouflage.
It’s a green kind of day today. I don’t know why I easily get attracted to teal. Might be psychological. Like when you see mint green and light yellow, you’d feel relaxed and calm. I’m not making any sense, am I? haha!
Participating on the Liebster Award only now. This could be fun.
If you haven’t already noticed, I was wearing the same pair of boots in the whole China trip. Frankly, I was anticipating a lot of shopping so I tried to pack light. But then I only ended up buying two tank tops. Haha! These boots did a pretty good job though. I wore it during hikes even if they are a bit on the heavier side, I felt more protected.
It’s only appropriate to wear red (or any color close to that) as it is a tradition in visiting temples (at least according to my grandma). I personally don’t engage into the religion but I just did it as a respect :)
My aunt commented on this top about a lot of grandmas wear this kind of fabric. And I totally agree with her. In fact, most of them are seen in China! I was totally blending in! Yes! But in all honesty, I’m really loving it.
I was expecting the place to be filled with lollipops (and rainbows) since it is a theme park. So I decided to wear something neutral. Just so it doesn’t appear too busy. But no, it is a dynasty theme park. Aside from neutrals? Yes, just red.
What pops up in your mind when you think about animals in China. Yes… Unfortunately, no pandas. Just thousands of bamboos standing in my way. haha!
An hour drive from Ningbo City is a bamboo park. Not much people know about this (I’m assuming) because there weren’t a lot of people in the area.
Missing China now more than ever just because of the blazing heat I’m feeling right now. Whew.. It’s been seven years since I last went to Shanghai to study Mandarin for barely a month. Nothing’s changed (at least I hadn’t notice anything). There’s not much to do except to eat, so we went for some out of town trip for a few days.