It’s just one of those posts where these images wouldn’t seem to fit into any particular theme, but I want to post them up anyway.
This was taken on a tuk tuk on the way to Tonle Sap Lake in Siem Reap, Cambodia to see the sunset. It would have cost us USD15 (If I recall correctly) for a boat ride on the lake just to view the sunset (major rip off) but my friends and I found out an alternative, which was to climb the nearby hill. That is another adventure to be told maybe someday or maybe not. Anyway, we gave USD1 to two locals who pretended to be police because one of them was wearing a cap which said Police because they insisted that we had to pay money to climb up the hill.
Random snap of my mum plucking some vegetables for soup.
I was just messing around with some newly bought rings when I decided to take some pictures. On hindsight, I should have arranged the rings neatly.
Sunglasses: Thierry Mugler (similar) | Rings: H&M | Watch: American Eagle | Phone: Samsung Note 3 |
I bought this dreamcatcher from Bali at approximately $1.50 a few months ago. Pretty, isn’t it?
Some time later, I was at Sentosa with a couple of friends bringing Taiwanese friend around (yknow, just doing touristy stuff and of course Sentosa has to be one of the places to bring tourists to when they come to Singapore) and there was this stall by I forgot which beach selling dreamcatchers at a whooping $20+! Seriously?! I think mine looks so much better and you definitely can’t beat that price.
So the moral of the story is, be prepared to get ripped off if you’re a tourist. Or, you can just choose to be a smart one and not buy things when they’re so expensive, even though you really like it because chances are, you’re getting cheated.
This was taken in my house. I wanted to create this vintage look with some dimension with the reflection, but my sis told me that this looked more like a scene from a horror movie where an old man or woman would be sitting at, staring at you -_-