Melbourne is COLD!
But the people here are quite used to the cold, some even wore shorts and sleeveless tops. Me? Berlayer-layer!
But I’m still a happy girl!
Passed by Flagstaff Garden when was walking to Queen Victoria Market.
I love walking on the streets. But it is just to cold, I would prefer indoors. Too bad, haven’t find any indoors to hang out in yet. Looking forward for tomorrow to explore more. Walked around the CBD already, from Spencer Street til Queen Victoria Market that left us disappointed knowing it is closed on Mondays. =(
At Hwaro Korean BBQ. Delicious and I would love to come back for another round! Pricey though, but good stuff!
This post will be a short one only. Just to tell you guys I AM STILL SURVIVING and am fighting the cold!
Josh loves the cold weather here.
Melbourne is like Singapore. Over in Singapore, we see many Filipinos, Burmese. Over here in Melbourne, we see many Chinese, Koreans, Indians. Some Indians I spoke to here in Melbourne speaks very indian English.
I’m back in KL! And I am so excited!
Leaving for Melbourne tonight and i’m excited! But i’m so not excited for the 8 hours journey to Melbourne….Air Asia seats are so not comfortable! Gotta endure and try to sleep as much as I can.
Though my holiday has just begun, I hope it wont end so soon. Maybe next time I should take 1 month non-pay leave. LOL. I’m no workaholic.
Stay tuned, I’ll be blogging from Melbourne!
Till then! =)
Top: Animal (SGD15); Jacket: P&Co (RM113.90); Grey Petite Skinny Jeans: TopShop (SGD99); Shoes: Mitju (SGD29.99) ; Bag (hanging behind): Charles and Keith (SGD 46.90)
Went over to JB last Sunday with friends and I had a great time shopping with them. We have all grown up, earning our own bucks. As I see them and myself shop, we now know how to compare price better.
The problem with us now is that we learn to convert RM to SGD everytime we shop in Malaysia. For example, a dress in Malaysia cost RM79.90. Instead of saying wah so expensive, we’ll end up converting to SGD and say, “hmm, quite cheap wart…Only SGD34. Buy la buy la” When we are in Singapore, we don’t do that. Lol. Maybe because we’re earning in SGD?
But that is a bad thing to do. Maybe we convert so we feel better? For me I do so, so I feel better. But I still will have doubt on buying the things that is expensive. I went to M.A.C in JB to get a blusher. RM95. I got a heart attack. The lady told me Singapore sells more expensive due to the exchange rate. I refused to buy and would like to buy it in Singapore because the figure is lower and less heart pain. Sigh why I am like that leh….
Another example, the skinny jeans I bought from Topshop here in Singapore is SGD99. When I was back in Malaysia, I saw that same jeans for RM200+. I didn’t want to buy because of the figure. Went back to Singapore to see it for “ONLY” SGD99. Bought it straight away. I tried converting, SGD was more expensive.
I must learn to see what is cheaper and not see the figure!