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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Essential Tips to Travel in Hanoi & Ha Long Bay

Can't believe we are now in year 2018.  Time flies.  Everything happened in 2017  was still clearly appearing in my mind.  It had been a great year for me, I shall name it as 'Year of Revive'?  There were many changes had been made to life compared to the previous year.  I'm truly grateful to own what I have and for whom I'm being now.

'Job fills your pocket, adventure fills your soul'




This is my favorite quote at the moment and I am doing currently - earn money and travel.  Ageing is a scary life process and it is scarier if at the end of your life, you realize that you haven't done much in your life.  Different individuals might have different goals in life - family, prosperity, social class and etc.  And well, I choose to wander around the world. 

Hanoi is one of my bucket list which I had ticked off end of 2017.  It wasn't the best trip though, I have a feeling that I will visit this place again one day in the future.  Crossing through the busy streets in old quarters, getting lost in the midst of the crowd, I'm falling in love with this city.

Things to know about Hanoi, Vietnam:

  • Vietnam was conquered by French from 1873 to 1945, it is easy to find some French-style buildings in Vietnam nowadays.
  • Hanoi was declared as the capital of North Vietnam in 1946 and it became the capital of reunified Vietnam in 1976.
  • Weather: Unlike Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi experiences four seasons (spring, summer, autumn and winter) in a year because of sitting at the northern part of Vietnam.  The best time to visit is during dry seasons (October to April).
  • Currency: Most trades are carried out in Vietnamese Dong (VND) and some places e.g. hotels or travel agencies do accept USD.  1 USD = approx 20,000VND
  • Visa and passport: No visa needed for Malaysian passport holder.
  • Language: Vietnamese and simple English are commonly use in Hanoi

FLIGHT
The only airport in Hanoi is Noi Bai International Airport, situated in Soc Son District, about 15km from Old quarters.  There are many flights available from KL to Hanoi and I bought my return flight tickets from Airasia during free seat promotion (not free though) at around RM450 without check-in baggage.  It took us about 3 hours from KL to Hanoi.

TRANSPORT
There are buses and taxi available in Hanoi but I found Uber/ Grab are more convenient because you can reach your destination safely even if you can't speak Vietnamese and more standard rate is charged.  Thus, throughout the 5 days in Hanoi, we used mostly Uber and walking with the help of google map.  

ACCOMODATION
We stayed at Hanoi 3B hotel, located at the Old quarters of Hanoi.  It is good to stay in old quarters because most of the tourist spots are there.  We stayed in a triplet room, which cost us around RM50 per person per night.



What we like: strategy location, cleanliness well maintained, awesome breakfast with many choices of food
What we dislike: electric tripped several times in a day, we were charged overprice by the front desk for a day tour (read further to find out)


10 THINGS TO DO IN HANOI

1. Wander around the busy streets in old quarters
Trust me, crossing roads in Hanoi can be so difficult.  You will end up with standing by roadside for hours if you're afraid to step out.  Countless motorcycles passing by and hearing car horns from different direction, it is just another beautiful image of Hanoi city.  But don't worry, you will get used to it very soon.



Another interesting fact about the streets in old quarters is, the streets are named for the products.  Therefore, you will be able to find out all the shops are selling the same product in the same street!




2. Sign up a free walking tour with the local university students
There are a few non-profit organizations are offering free walking tour in Hanoi.  These organizations are established by a group of enthusiastic university students (major in tourism), who are eager to introduce the Vietnamese history and culture to foreigners.  The tours may take a few hours up to one full day, depends on the type of tour you're taking.

The pretty guide and us





3. Watch a water puppet show
Traditionally water puppet show was just an entertainment for the locals.  It became famous probably because of unique ways of performing accompanied by traditional music.  The show is conducted in Vietnamese language, so it is advisable to read up the story line before entering the theater to have a better understanding!


Location: Thang Long Water Puppet Theater
Price: 100,000VND (~RM18)





4. Walking around the Hoan Kiem Lake during weekend

For your information, the main streets around Hoan Kiem lake are closed to traffic during weekend.  Therefore, you can enjoy walking easily without being harassed by the aggressive drivers in Hanoi.  Other than tourists, you will be able to see many locals are jogging or sitting by the lakeside at their leisure time too.
Recommendation: spend time here from evening to night so you will be able to see the view of the lake at day and night time!





5. Take a sip of the Vietnamese coffee (especially egg coffee)
Vietnamese coffee is characterized by its sweet and rich taste which is made of coarse ground dark roast coffee with a drip filter.  It might be too sweet for certain people because of the sweet condensed milk.  Comparatively, I would prefer egg coffee (cà phê trứng) in Hanoi.  It has a thick layer of egg foam on the coffee, taste smoothly as the coffee and egg foam flow down your throat slowly.

Location: Giang cafe (39 Nguyễn Hữu Huân, Hàng Bạc, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam)
► Please note this cafe is a hidden cafe in a small lane, try your best to find it out!
Price: 25,000VND (~RM5)




6. Try the Vietnamese cuisines

Say frankly, trying the local food is the best way to understand their cultures. There are few must-try foods in Hanoi: Bun cha, pho, Banh Mi and Nem ran. Generally, the Vietnamese foods are prepared in healthy ways, i.e. less oily and with a lot fresh vegetables. I think that is the main reason to keep almost all Vietnamese slim!


Banh Mi 

Bun Cha

Pho @ PHO 10, Hanoi (35,000VND)





7. Visit Temple of Literature
Founded in 1070, was the site of Vietnam's first university and now it becomes the place to pray for good grades! (I should have came when I was a student LOL) Coincidentally, it was the period of university graduation, so there were many university students came for graduation photography with robes and traditional clothes.
Entrance fee: 30,000VND (~RM6)








8. Listen to the church bell sound at St Joseph Cathedral
The church was built by the French colonial government in late 19th-century. It is the oldest church in Hanoi. Entrance via main gate is only permitted during Mass. We just spent our time outside and get amazed by the Neo-gothic style architectures.






9. Visit Ha Long Bay 
Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO world heritage site, known for the picturesque scenery formed by numerous limestone island and the emerald water. The best way to explore this site is by taking a 2 days 1 night cruise. This region is famous for sea kayaking, cave exploring and hiking.


There are so many cruises available and varies in price, facilities, food, activities etc. We had chosen Rosa Cruise after reading so many good reviews about it. There were 16 of us in the trip to Ha Long Bay.


Our room

What we like: smooth bus transfer from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay (4 hours bus ride), the ship is in good condition, interesting activities were carried out with enough rest time in between.
What we dislike: food served were below expectation
Price per person: about 100USD booked via booking.com + 10USD for bus transfer

Dropped by a handicraft workshop by the handicapped 

Visit to pearl farm at Ha Long Bay

The amazing cave

This is the breathtaking view I had been waiting for

DIY Vietnamese spring roll before checking out


MUST READ!!!
☢ All beverages on the cruise (except mineral water provided in the room and on the transfer bus, 2x500ml) are charged separately! Kindly ask before allowing anyone to pour any drinks into your glass, otherwise you might get a heart attack when you look at the bill upon checking out 😓





10. Sign up a day trip to Ninh Binh province - Trang An and Bai Dinh trip

Since we had one day extra to spend with, we decided to sign up a day trip to Ninh Binh province which is around 2 hours drive from Hanoi Old Quarters. Ninh Binh is known for the Bai Dinh pagodas and beautiful scenery in Trang An. The trip was signed up with our hotel front desk.

Tentatively, the trip should include a visit to Bai Dinh pagoda, buffet lunch, bamboo boat ride at Trang An river and cycling. Unfortunately, luck was not on our side. It started to drizzle upon picking up at hotel and the rain was getting heavier as we were getting nearer. We ended up walking in pagoda with bare feet because of heavy rain. The trip was terminated half way after the so called buffet lunch (poor food quality with a lot of flies) because the road to Trang An was flooded!


Fortunately, we could get back some refund but meanwhile we got to know that we were charged so much higher than the other guests who signed up for the same trip from different travel agencies!
Now, story time....
The front desk lady and the representative from the travel company were trying to explain that the trip we had was a premium trip. The other guests originally were signing up for a standard trip with their agents but then the standard trip were fully booked. Thus, their agents have to book premium trip for those guests and paid on behalf of them. Still, we felt cheated and luckily after so much arguing, the representative from travel company agreed to return us back the money. 😠

Lesson learned: MUST compare the price from different agencies before signing up any trip and negotiate as much as you can!

Inside Bai Dinh pagoda

Best travel ootd LOL

Anyway, despite of the bad weather, it was still a good trip for me.  If I were given another chance to visit Hanoi, I will visit the railway street in Hanoi and take a short trip Sapa! 

“In fiction: we find the predictable boring. In real life: we find the unpredictable terrifying.”
It is unavoidable to have something unpredictable in journey, what we can do is just accept and learn to dance in the rain!

Here I end this post with a short clip I did, enjoy!





Till then, see you next time!








Sunday, December 31, 2017

Adieu 2017, Welcome 2018



去年的跨年情景還歷歷在目,不知不覺的又來到了2017年的尾聲。
大家都辛苦了。

如果要用兩個字來形容2017年,我會選擇『重生』
經歷的高潮迭起的2016年,2017年算是我的轉折點吧?
換了工作地點,回到了老家,更換了生活圈子,有了不一樣的生活理念。
除了努力地接受著,只能說原來隨著年紀的增長,適應力會變得越來越差。
我仍然在努力著。

第三次獨自踏上旅程,一個人吃飯,到處走走停停,彷彿不再陌生。
似乎習慣了寂寞,習慣了獨處。
只是有時候不習慣面對那懦弱的自己。

不過比起在眾人面前偽裝的笑容,我比較喜歡那自己一個人聽著音樂而淺淺上揚的嘴角。
可以真心聊的朋友越來越少;
抑或,我願意坦開心房的機會逐漸減少?

在新的一年裡,希望自己可以繼續努力和堅強的面對種種挑戰,還有誠實的面對自己 ;)

加油吧!

2018新年快樂




P/S:也希望新的一年裡,多多去旅行吧~


Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Essential Tips To Travel In Korea As A Solo Traveler

Annyeonghaseyo!




Haven't write anything in this blog for quite a while.  Sorry for keep you waiting! For those who love Korea like me, I'm sure recently you had came across with the news of AirAsiaX is now offering direct flight from KL to Jeju right? Hands up if you're as excited like me!  For your information, I went to Korea for the third time early of this year and well, it was a solo trip.


"Being alone but not feeling lonely" - it is my thought for solo trip in Korea.  Perhaps I was surrounded by many kind people and I was truly enjoyed the time to be alone? However I frequently received the questions and doubts to travel alone in Korea - language barrier, accommodation, food and etc.  Thus, I had the idea to come out with this blog post and hope it will be useful for those who would like to travel in Korea alone! I GONNA TELL YOU THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO TRAVEL ALONE IN JEJU-DO!




FLIGHT TICKET

Only three airlines: Korean Air, AirasiaX and Malaysian Airlines offer the direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Seoul (Incheon International Airport) . Whereas direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Busan (Gimhae Airport), only available with AirasiaX.  If you're interested to visit Jeju island, you may take domestic flight from Seoul (Gimpo airport) or Busan (Gimhae airport) to Jeju International airport with Busan Air, Jeju Air, Asiana, Jin Air and etc. Or, now you can take direct flight to Jeju island with AirAsiaX!

For the latest trip I had, I traveled from KL➪Busan➪Jeju➪Seoul➪KL.  For your reference, here are the expenses on flight ticket.

KL - Busan (AirAsiaX): ~RM500
Busan - Jeju (Jeju air): 31000won (about RM120)
Jeju - Seoul (Busan air): 36150won (about RM140)
Seoul - KL (AirasiaX): ~RM750


ACCOMODATION
Since I traveled alone with nobody to share room fee, usually I would just stay in dorm or single room from Airbnb.

Little tips for choosing accomodation:

  1. Pick somewhere near to subway station. This is important especially if you're carrying a big and heavy luggage. Staying near to subway station will let you to get around much easier and safer too (especially ladies). 
  2. Read review from different sources. There are so many room booking website nowadays, yet the photos shown might be completely different from your actual room.  I experienced once where the room I booked was a 4-bed female dorm but I got a 8-bed female dorm upon check in.  The reason I got from the reception was the room I booked is no longer available. So, to whom should I put the blame on?
What I booked


What I get

Accomodation in Seoul:
I had stayed at Seoul station and Hongdae previously. Here are the pros and cons of both places:

Other choices: Myeongdong, Dongdaemun, Gangnam, Jamsil and etc


Accomodation in Busan:
I had stayed at Jagalchi, Gwangalli and Haeundae previously.  Here are the pros and cons of those places:

Other choices: Seomyeong, Nampodong


Accomodation in Jeju:
I had only been to Jeju-do for once and I was staying in Jeju-si.  It was an airbnb single room offered by two cool korean guys. It is about 30 minutes from Jeju international airport and about 10 minutes from bus stop. Read my review here.



INTERNET
Being a solo traveler, stay connected to internet is so important especially when you're lost at somewhere.  Besides, who would go travel without uploading a single photo to social media network?

Honestly, it is not difficult to get free WiFi at most cafes or eatery places in Korea.  And yet, it is troublesome in finding free WiFi especially when you're in hurry in finding direction.

There are two modes of internet available:SIM card or pocket WiFi (WiFi egg)
Being a lonely solo traveler, I had chosen SIM card as it is slightly cheaper compared to WiFi egg.

The price I get offered at Gimhae airport in March 2017:
SIM card: 38500won for unlimited data for 10 days
Pocket WiFi: 5000won per day

Pocket WiFi would be a better choice if you're sharing with other people 😈
(P.s.: Price may vary with time)


GETTING AROUND + ESSENTIAL PHONE APP
I used public transport at most of the time when I was traveling in Korea.  Basically in big cities such as Seoul and Busan, it is very easy to go around with subway even if you couldn't understand a single Korean word.  The name of each subway station will be announced and displayed in both English and Korean upon arriving.

Transport card: T-money (it is widely available in most convenience stores at price of 2500won)

How about traveling in Jeju Island which has no subway?
First option: rent a car (I don't recommend this for solo traveler as nobody can share the rental with you and it can be quite scary. LOL)
Second option: take a taxi (easy but expensive)
Third option: take bus (this is what I did)

Honestly, I thought it will be difficult to take bus in Korea because of the language barrier.  Yet, I made it successfully with the help of the following app:

KakaoMap (Playstore)





This app is just like Google Map but more accurate to be used in Korea.  What you need to do is just key in your destination and it will tell you step by step e.g. bus number, where to take bus, where to get off, waiting time for the next bus and etc! Another similar app is Daum Map, you can just choose either one.

Other useful apps including:

For subway

For taxi

For bus



FOOD
The only question that I was frequently being asked is: "Is it difficult to have meal alone in Korea?"
The answer is NO.  Basically other than Korean barbecue, you can eat almost everything in Korea even though you're alone.  I had been to different cafes, noodles shops, gukbap (rice with soup) shops, fast food restaurants, convenient stores, road side stalls, food trucks and etc to have meal all by myself.  Basically you don't have to worry much for the language because most of the time their menus are available in two languages.



What should I do if I want to eat barbecue?
Tag along your dorm mates! It is the best time to get to know new friends ^^


LUGGAGE
Here come to the most headache part of preparation prior of going to any trip no matter where are you heading to.


  1. Clothing. Winter in Korea can be really COLD. Winter coats, heat-tech, scarf, gloves and wool cap are essential if you're travelling in winter. You need a pair of good quality shoes too because you need to walk a lot in Korea.
  2. Skincare. Compared to Malaysia, the weather in Korea can be really dry.  Don't forget to bring along moisturizer and lip balm.
  3. Money. All trades in Korea will be in korean won, 1000won = RM 3.75 (approximately).  Meanwhile, Visa and Master cards are widely accepted in Korea too.
  4. Plug adapterThe standard voltage in Korea is 220 volts at 60 Hertz with outlet as shown below: 





That's all I would like to share with you all! So what are you waiting for? Let's go to explore this wonderful country ;) ❤




Travelling alone isn't that bad at all!




xoxo



Sunday, June 11, 2017

距離上一次寫部落文已經是很久以前的事了。
時間過得很快,轉眼間今天剛踏入26歲。
過去的一年內發生的事情很多,喜悲參半。大起大落之後,最近總算平靜了不少吧?
3個月前還去了第3趟韓國,大家都說:這個女人肯定是瘋了。

別人的眼光管不了太多,跟著感覺走就對了。
自己的人生,自己做決定,沒什麼不對吧?

在去回韓國之間,多認識了幾個朋友;聆聽他們的故事,從他們的人生領悟一些道理。
從彼此不一樣的際遇找獲共同點,這就是人與人之間相處的奧妙吧?


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透過Airbnb認識了兩個思想很有一套的男人,Paul상일

兩人同樣的厭倦了如機器般的工作生活,捨棄了高薪的工作,逃到了濟州島;
상일 放棄了H汽車公司的工程師一職,來到濟州島當咖啡師;
Paul則辭去L電子公司一職,寧願在濟州島當個快樂的攝影師。

也許很多人會覺得他們倆很傻,怎麼放棄好好的一份工作,一切從零開始。
相反的,我則很羨慕他們的勇氣。

人生是自己選擇的,沒有舍棄就沒有收穫,更沒有所謂的對錯。


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MinRyeong是我第一眼見到她就很喜歡她的韓國女孩。
也許我們的感情生活際遇還蠻相似的,那一晚我們聊了很多。
彼此的感情觀,生活周遭人事物,還有很多很多。

想起她說的一句話,“喜歡一個人就別在意別人的眼光”
頓時好像明白了一些什麼。

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人生總在重複不間斷的在作選擇。
A與B之間並沒有對與錯之分,只是通往不同的人生。
既然當初選擇了與他人不同的人生,那就繼續勇敢的走下去就好了。

相比之下,作選擇並不難,堅持的勇氣比較難求可貴。


致26歲的我,勇敢的過自己要的人生吧。




寧可當個平凡人,不如當個有故事的人?



Tuesday, January 31, 2017

2017 一個人的新加坡跨年日記



一個人旅行,真的會上癮。



朋友說:一個人旅行不寂寞嗎?
我的答案還是一樣:跟自己相處會寂寞嗎?


更何況旅程中會遇到形形色色的人,總和朋友去旅行的感覺那麼的不一樣。
聆聽和分享彼此曾經擁有的際遇,從不認識到可以打成一片的過程,有那麼的寶貴。
當然並不排斥和朋友一起結伴去旅行,只是偶爾得到可以認識新朋友的機會,好像也蠻不錯的。


2016年12月29日,展開第二次的一個人旅行。
當初單純的為了清年假而拿了一星期的假期。原本只打算留在家裡好好休息的我,結果還是耐不住想往外跑的慾望而決定一個人到新加坡跨年。很巧的,在背包客棧得知來之台灣的Lin也會到新加坡跨年,大家就約好一起去玩了。 也因為Lin而認識了來自馬來西亞的Nicholas和台灣的Helen。

Nicholas說,我們兩個馬來西亞人竟然透過一個台灣人而認識,緣分這東西很奇妙吧。


【住宿】
這次的住宿選擇了靠近克拉克碼頭(Clarke Quay)的闊德室 Quarters Hostel。由於它位於Clarke Quay站(紫線)和Raffles Place站(綠線)之間,所以交通是非常方便。我入住的是女生四人宿舍,一個床位3晚共付了馬幣278.21,還包括了簡單的早餐,感覺上還蠻值得一推的!





第一天的晚餐就跟Lin和Nicholas約好了去吃Lorong Chuan站附近的Chomp Chomp美食中心。在那裡的幾乎看不見遊客的身影,瀰漫著當地濃厚的風情。



吃飽了之後當然先到新加坡的地標:魚尾獅公園Merlion Park打卡。








從魚尾獅公園走到Marina Bay Sands飯店只需要10分鐘。到7-eleven買好啤酒,選了個好位子,Marina Bay Sands前面的燈光秀就開始了。想說的是,除了燈光秀令人覺得驚艷之外,那裡的氣氛也讓人覺得很舒服。這也跟和誰一起看有關係吧?




2016/12/30 (星期五)

本來想說自己一個人就不打算去環球影城 Universal Studio 了。既然剛好找到了旅遊同伴,當然就抱著不去白不去的心態,砸了整兩百馬幣,進去玩了半天。

吸取背包客棧論壇裡的建議,我們先到Chinatown的天宇旅行社買好票才到聖淘沙。票價果然有差,在天宇旅社所購的一張影城門票才60新幣,如果現場購票的話則需要付74新幣,相差14新幣!

買好票之後,趁時間還早,我們就到 Chinatown 附近的景點看看。當中包括了 Jamae Mosque詹美回教堂, Sri Mariamman 馬里安興都廟和佛牙寺 Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Musuem。



這還是第一次進印度廟呢


從chinatown只需要乘搭捷運到 Vivocity (Harbour Front)便可以乘搭接駁車(比較小型的捷運)到聖淘沙。只需要在第一站下站就可以進到環球影城啦。

來到影城當然要拍一張經典遊客照

聖誕節剛過,所以還有十分的聖誕氣氛





在環球影城裡除了排隊也應該只有排隊(囧///)。不過看了4D電影,玩了一些遊戲設施和我從來不敢玩的雲霄飛車,算值回票價了對吧?


所謂的童話並不是謊言。而是憧憬,讓人一次又一次相信世界仍然會有美好的事情發生。


和Lin道別了以後,我便獨自去到克拉克碼頭逛逛。一個人看著結伴成群的人們,不禁有一種惆悵的感覺湧上心頭。不過,很快的就因為自己一個人自由自在而感到慶幸。

下次來挑戰這個好了,誰要舉手?




一個人,安靜的,看夜景,蠻不錯的。



2016/12/31 (星期六)

這一天故意安排了一些比較輕鬆的行程,只為了節省體力以便可以支撐到午夜12點跨年(笑)。

在旅舍簡單的吃過早餐後,便出發到小印度 Little India。老實說,雖然馬來西亞有不少的印度小街,可是這還是我第一次逛印度市場,感覺十分新鮮。

穿梭在一條又一條的小巷,在不同角落發現不一樣的驚喜。空氣中瀰漫著強烈的印度香料味道,有一種身置在印度的錯覺。





帶著Lin到竹腳中心吃午餐,看著他吃印度餐後而臉有難色,不禁笑了出來。

小印度最有名的熟食中心


印度料理:Nasi Briyani


哈之巷 Haji Lane阿拉伯街 Arab Street 都是我一直和想去的地方。也許美麗的街道對我來說有一種說不出的吸引力吧?

玲瑯滿目的燈飾,散發著中東的神秘氣息


不小心還拍到購物狂上身的林先生






晚餐時間跟Lin,Nicholas和Helen約好在Vivocity見面,然後便到 No Signboard 海鮮餐館享用晚餐。雖然嘴裡說剛動完手術不能吃海鮮,可是美食當前,誰能抵擋這誘惑啊?感謝老闆Nicholas大方請客,不過要怎麼答謝你呢?

麥片蝦/ 上湯芫菜/ 肉碎豆腐/ 辣椒螃蟹 😋


進入倒數之前,大家圍在一起喝著酒,聊著彼此,很喜歡這種感覺。人生短短幾十年,可以那樣輕鬆的聊聊天,喝喝酒就是一件很幸福的事。



進行倒數前的一小時,大家都開始聚到Marina Bay 一區找好位子,準備迎接2017的到來。


當兩個女生聚在一起,當然就要自拍一下咯 ^^




重要時刻來臨,當主持人高喊 3,2,1 之後,絢麗的煙火綻放在夜空裡,當時情緒真的很激昂,有一種瞬間重新活過來了的感覺! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!



很難忘,那一群陪我度過2016年最後幾秒鐘的人。也許以後可能不會再見,也許他們只是生命裡的過客,不過曾經擁有一段美好的回憶,都是值得紀念的。

希望大家有個美好的2017年!



2017/1/1 (星期日)

旅程的最後一天睡到自然醒。沒有特別想去的地方,就到新加坡最熱鬧的購物天堂 Orchard Road 走走。不過由於馬幣的貶值,搞得我實在是沒有購物的慾望。😡


走累了,便回到 Victoria Theatre 前的草坪上坐著,聽著附近教堂傳來的鐘聲,度過一個悠閒的下午。




直到天空下起雨來,才願意離開。

大家不約而同的跑到博物館前避雨。聽著雨滴打落在磚瓦的聲音,看著孩童在雨中嬉戲玩樂的模樣,突然對這個地方有了留念。

雨停後,也是該啟程回國了。那4天3夜的旅程,雖然很短暫,卻讓人感到依依不捨。不捨的,除了對這個國家,主要的還是那幾個在旅途中認識的人吧。


期待,下一次的出走。



·新的一年,新的希望 :)