Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Product Review: Grapini Grape Juice

Living in a hot and humid weather, we must ensure that we have sufficient intake of water to keep ourselves hydrate and take in nutrients to keep body parts functioning. Hence, our diet plays an important role in supplementing the body with important nutrients. One of the healthier option we often considered is fruit juice as fresh fruit juice contains vital vitamins and minerals found in the whole fruits.

I received my first parcel for 2018 from United Nature which contains a bottle of Grapini Grape Juice (100ml, $13.90).

Grapini’s grape juice is 100% natural with no preservatives and sugar added. It is made from fresh grapes witj no fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides added. The bottled juice is sealed in safe vacuum facilities.

Each bottle of Grapini’s grape juice is prepared from 1.7KG of grapes, which are a splendid source of potassium, a mineral salt. The grape juice is also much richer in Resveratrol, polyphenols and antioxidants than any other juice. 

Benefits of Grapini grape juice:

- grape juice is 100% natural 
- no preservatives
- no sugar added
- Good for our brain, heart and liver
- splendid source of potassium
- enhances the body's alkaline reserves
- stimulates kidney functioning
- keeps fatal diseases (like Antiscorbutic, rheumatism, arthritis, hypertension, constipation, anemia, depression, hypercholesterolemia, eczema and hepatitis) at bay

Grapini Grape Juice are made from dark purple colored grapes which are grown in the native farms of Brazil, The dark purple colored grapes give a distinctively sweet taste to the grape juice even though no sugar is added.

Each bottle of Grapini’s grape juice is prepared from 1.7KG of grapes, we should drink 200ml of juice per day which is good for our health.

Time to take note of our food and drink intake to maintain good health. 
Health is wealth.

Grapini’s grape juice is retailing at S$13.90 and can be purchased through online at

Alternatively, you can also visit their office to purchase: 
362 Upper Paya Lebar Road #05-09. 
Dajin Factory Building. Singapore 534963

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Taiwan Day 6, 7 and 8: Taipei - Taipei Zoo + Raohe Street Night Market + Tamsui

I have come to my last post for my Taiwan trip. As my photos were gone and I don't have many photos to share with you guys, hence I have combined the remaining Taiwan journey in one post. Though there is limited photos, I still want to document this travel journey down.

Thursday 18/1/18

Good morning, day 6. We woke up at about 9am to prepare ourselves for another day of exploring. We stepped out of our room at about 10am and headed down to the basement of Taipei Main Station to hunt for breakfast. We settled for KFC breakfast.

Both of us have this set meal - 吮指嫩鸡烧饼饼套餐 which comes with a ice milk tea and topped up NT$20 (or S$0.93) for hashbrown. The breakfast was delicious and I enjoyed it a lot, it's a croissant wrapped with crispy fried chicken. Breakfast fare totaled up to NT$196 (or S$9.07).

After the hearty breakfast, we went to train station and took a train down to Taipei Zoo. Zoo seems like a must visit place whenever we go overseas.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Taipei Zoo is a easy accessible place by public transit, we just need to change to MRT Brown Line and take all the way until the end stop. The train was crowded in the morning filled with working adults.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Taipei Zoo is a famous zoological garden in Taiwan (even have their own MRT station) and one of the largest zoos in Asia, with a total area of 165 hectares. It was indeed a very big area and we covered the area by foot without taking the tram.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

We arrived at Asian Tropical Rainforest Area and spotted Orang Utan, the long-armed ape.
The tropical forest scenery allows the visitors to experience the humid air, the smell of animals and plants, and the howls in our ears.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

We spotted Malayan Tapir which has white patch from their shoulder to the end of their body.

The warm from the sun combined with the cooling weather made the temperature just right. I can shed off my cardigan and just walked comfortably in the breezing weather.

Today's outfit was a denim long sleeve top with black legging.

Heading up next was Desert Animal Area. The bare terrain is home to the oryx, various antelopes, and the two species of camels.

At the camels viewing spot, this was my second time seeing a camel. The first time was in Zoo Johor.

I love the eye catching details on the back of my denim top. This top is definitely a statement that will make people take a second look at you. Moreover, the material was comfortable too. Thanks GF for getting me this top from Japan.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

A close up of the camels. Camel is known for their humps on the back which consist of stored fat to metabolize when food and water is scarce.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Reaching African Animal Area where the exhibit simulates the East African savanna. There is a pond with nearby shady trees and bushes nearby for the animals to gather during day time. Here at the Elephants enclosure.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Moving on to Australian Animal Area where we spotted zebras and giraffes.

When we passed by the home of Giant Tortoise, we noticed that there were some onlookers looking down at the home of Giant Tortoise. Naturally we went over to take a look as well. To our surprise, we saw that one of the Giant Tortoise flipped on back and was having difficulty getting back. There was another Giant Tortoise (assumed to be the partner) was trying very hard to push the flipped Giant Tortoise and helped it to regain back its position, but was unsuccessful. Crowds starting to form and trying ways to help the Giant Tortoise, we eventually managed to help the Giant Tortoise flipped back with the help of an umbrella and the combined strength of a few men. That's how heavy the Giant Tortoise is. It took about 20 minutes to free the Giant Tortoise.

I felt exhausted after conquering Taipei Zoo, my feet was feeling tired from the non stop walking and my stomach was screaming for lunch. We initially intended to travel up to Maokong but skipped that idea as time has overrun. 

Taipei Zoo (台北動物園)
No. 30號, Section 2, Xinguang Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 11656
Operating hours: 9am to 5pm daily
Nearest MRT: Taipei Zoo (brown line)
Entrance fee: NT$60 (or S$2.78)

My next stop was Wufenpu, we took MRT all the way to the last station of green line, Songshan. Before we began shopping, we have Lu Rou Fan for our late lunch at opposite Wufenpu, it was the nicest lu rou fan we have during our entire Taiwan trip.

Wufenpu is a wholesale market in Taipei with many lanes and alleys full of racks of clothing. Things were not exactly cheap unless it was those on clearance items. I bought a sport pant and 2 tops for myself, and a sweater for my dad. We also tried on taro bubble tea and mee sua. The shop owner of mee sua was kind of rude which spoil our mood a little.

Wufenpu Shopping District (五分埔)
Alley 9, Lane 443, Yongji Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
Operating hours: 2pm to 11pm daily
Nearest MRT: Songshan Exit 3 (green line) about 7 minutes walk

Since we were at Songshan, our next stop was definitely Raohe Street Night Market which was 15 minutes walk away from Wufenpu. Both places are located at the same MRT station and a must visit place in Taipei.

We met up with Ah Yip, Jane and their driver to explore Raohe Street Night Market together.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Raohe Street Night Market is one of the oldest night markets in Taipei, best known for their foods and snacks, and carnival games. We tried on Da Chang Bao Xiao Chang (大腸包小腸) which was actually glutinous rice wrapped over a smaller size sausage. It was a populate street snack in Taiwan.
Since we have spare coins, we went to try the plushie claw machine but luck wasn't at our side. It's a trap.

One interesting thing we tried at Raohe Street Night Market was Dragon Breath - Liquid Nitrogen Corn Chips which creates the effect of smoke coming out of one’s mouth and nose when consuming it. It looked like the breathing of dragon when we exhaled the nitrogen. Stand by your camera and capture the image quick because the smoke vaporised fast.

This was the effect we got when we dropped one of the corn chips on the floor.

Be careful when consumed the corn chips because it might burn our tongue if we didn't handle with care. The corn chips are not exactly tasty, but the effect was video and photo worthy.

I got my mum a handbag at NTS299 (or $13.84) and my bro a white sweater at NT$200 (or $9.26).

It was drizzling when we went to purchase a pack of Salted Mushroom (盐酥菇), we felt so full after finishing the mushroom and ready to head back to hotel.

Raohe Street Night Market (饶河街观光夜市)
Raohe Street, Songshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 105
Operating hours: 4pm to 12am daily
Nearest MRT: Songshan Exit 5 (green line) next to Ciyou Temple

Friday 19/1/18

Good morning, day 7. We woke up to a gloomy and raining morning, hence we borrowed an umbrella from our hotel before we headed out. We began our day with Mos Burger for breakfast at Taipei Main Station underground, the same place we have our lunch at day 4. I have ham and egg burger set. Upon from the set each, we ordered a crispy drumstick for sharing and our breakfast totaled up to NT$205 (or S$9.49).

After the breakfast, we made our way to Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.
It is a national monument that was erected in honor and memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, the former President of the Republic of China, located in Zhongzheng District of Taipei.

I love this memorial hall because the surrounding setting resembled the Chinese dynasty period, it looked like a palace. I still joking said that I'm a 格格 when taking photos at the palace.

The rain has turned from smaller to drizzle and we were able to walk without using the umbrella.

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (中正紀念堂)
No. 21號, Zhongshan South Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan 100
Operating hours: 9am to 6pm daily
Entrance fee: Free
Nearest MRT: Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (green or red line)

My next stop was Tamsui where we took the train and sat all the way to the end of red line. We were hungry by the time we reached and stopped by to purchase sushi from Sushi Take Out located at Tamsui Station.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Tamsui is a sea-side district in New Taipei, Taiwan, it is known for their beautiful landscape and home to a large array of restaurants, cafés, shops, street stalls and the sight of North Coast.

It was still drizzling when we reached so we decided to give Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf a miss and went to Tamsui Old Street. It bounds to rain in all our overseas trips.

Tamsui Old Street is a stretch selling lots of street food. I stopped by to purchase twister potato which I didn't enjoy it very much as I feel the one selling in our pasar malam fare better. We purchased lots of other street food too.

We also went to check out Believe It or Not Curiosity Museum where entrance ticket was NTS89 (or S$4.12). It is not a museum to visit for weak heart as it showcased specimens of rarest creatures (four legs chicken and 2 headed animals), weird living animals, poisonous animals, mummy preserved and pictures of unique human.

We chanced upon a white snake in the museum, it was rare to see a white snake. Seeing the white snake immediately linked us to the show, Legend of the White Snake.

Tamsui Old Street (淡水老街)
Zhongzheng Road, Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 251
Nearest MRT: Tamsui (red line)

We then took a train down from one end of the red line and travel to the other end of the red line to Taipei 101. We slept in the train because it was such a long journey.

The first thing I did when I reached Taipei 101 is to use their toilet. I'm actually quite particular in using toilet at overseas, it has to be clean and seated (first world problem). I'm not comfortable in using the squad one which is commonly found in the toilet here, I nearly slipped and fell when using one of the squad toilet in Taichung.

Apart from being a office tower, Taipei 101 is a multi-level shopping mall, food court, various restaurants and branded stores, just like our The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, where all the high end brands are located.

We have our dinner at Din Tai Fung where we had fried rice and Xiao Long Bao. The bill came up to NTS682 (S$31.57). The price was similar to Singapore.

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Taipei 101 spans over 101 stories and is on of the world's tallest building. It is the icon of Taipei. We didn't went up to Taipei 101 Observatory because it was foggy and drizzling. Today has been a drizzling day.

Taipei 101
No. 7, Section 5, Xinyi Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
Nearest MRT: Taipei 101/World Trade Center

*Photo courtesy from bro.

Since the time was still early, we went back to Ximending again which is one stop away from our hotel. We bought some street food from Ximending and went back to purchase some more local snacks to bring home. It was already 9pm when we reached Taipei Main Station, we went to purchase Krispy Kreme at NT$84 (S$3.89) before heading back to our hotel room. We went back early to pack our luggage and to rest.

Saturday 20/1/18

Good morning, day 8. We woke up feel Saturday blue because we have came to the end of our Taiwan trip. We are heading back home today, back to reality and the hectic work cum school life again. Happy times always passed so fast.

Today we woke up slightly later since we will be staying in hotel until checkout time at 12pm.

Before we checkout, we went up to the rooftop to see the day view of our hotel surrounding. The weather was very windy at the top.

We checked out our room at 12pm, we immediately headed down to Taoyuan International Airport via taxi. Our flight was at 3.55pm.

After we were done with the check-in registration and my luggage at about 1.30pm, we went for our lunch at the food court. I have Teriyaki Chicken Rice at NTS140 (or S$6.48) from a Japanese stall. We also bought a cup of bubble milk tea to go with the meal.

Before boarding the plane, we spent our remaining money in our EasyCard to get some bread as our dinner on the plane. We bought 3 breads at NTS118 (or S$5.46).

Scoot was having flight delay, we were supposed to board the plane at 3.10pm but the boarding was delayed until nearly 4pm. Nevertheless, we still managed to reach Singapore in the stipulated time 9pm.

My 8D7N travel to Taiwan has come to an end. It was by far my most enjoyable trip. The only regret was the lost of photos. Oh well, time to create new memory again.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Taiwan Day 4: Taipei - Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall + Ximending + Shida Night Market

We woke up to our last day in Taichung, which means we have reached the half mark of our Taiwan trip. Even though each day were packed with many activities, it has been a wonderful 3 days at Taichung and by far, my favourite destination among all the countries I visited.

First thing we did after freshened up was to head to level 2 for our complimentary breakfast.

Though the breakfast spread was the same for the past 3 days, it comes with an extensive spread which I enjoyed having. Unlike the past 2 days which we were rushing for time, I did not fully enjoy the spread of the breakfast offering. Since I have nothing much today, I spent a little more time than usual and tried out more food at different stations.

After the breakfast, we went back to our hotel room and rest a bit before we checked out our hotel at about 10.45am. From Twinstar Hotel to Taichung Station was about 7 minutes walk. We reached Taichung station at about 11am and have half an hour of waiting time as we purchased the Tze-chiang limited express ticket for the train at 11.33am. The 2 hours 17 minutes train ride from Taichung Station to Taipei Main Station cost NT$375 (or S$17.36).

The high speed rail traveled at a fast pace and the passengers can enjoy countryside scenery as the train passed through.

After an hour of journey, my eyes started to feel tired and sleepy, I slowly dozed off into during the ride.

We alighted at Taipei Main Station at nearly 2pm, the first thing we did after alighting was to look for food as we were hungry. Taipei Main Station is home to the main transportation hub, shopping facilities, plentiful of food stalls and restaurants. We stopped by at The Eslite Spectrum shopping mall basement for our lunch. I have my favourite Popcorn Chicken Rice at NT$130 (or S$6.02) for lunch while he had Lu Rou Fan and we ordered a chawanmushi at NT$39 (or S$1.81) for sharing.

We then made our way to our hotel which is situated directly at Taipei Main Station, Caesar Park Hotel Taipei. After our lesson learnt in Hong Kong, we decided to book our hotel as close as possible to MRT station. We settled for Caesar Park Hotel Taipei which is the only hotel in Taipei with the direct connection to Exit M6 of MRT station, it's really convenient for us to travel around since MRT will be our main mode of transport.

Upon entering our room, I was awe by how spacious and cozy the room was. Caesar Park Hotel Taipei is a luxury 5 stars hotel and they provide the best hotel room we ever stayed so far. Not only that, staying at the high floor gave us a nice city skyline view.

After a short rest, it's time for us to explore Taipei. The first stop we went was Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall (國父紀念館). The memorial hall is a memorial to the Republic of China's National Father, Dr. Sun Yat Sen.

The park surrounding the hall is named Zhongshan Park, after the well-known Chinese name for Dr. Sun Zhongshan (孫中山). It includes gardens, decorative historical walls, exhibition and performance area. From the building, we can spot Taipei 101.

The main hall contains a statue of Sun Yat-sen. Every hour, there is a formal changing of the guards, which attracted lots of onlookers to gather for the ceremony. We were just in time for the ceremony.

The guard changing ceremony was impressive as the guards displayed their professionalism. They have to stand on guard for an hour without fidgeting. 

Pay a visit to this memorial hall and learn about Taiwan's history as some of the exhibition will provide us a depth of the past history.

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall (國父紀念館)
No. 505號, Section 4, Ren'ai Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
Operating hours: 9am to 6pm daily
Nearest MRT: Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Exit 4 (blue line)
Entrance fee: Free

Our second stop was Ximending, a development center of fashion and subculture in Taiwan. It is also known as "Harajuku" of Taipei. There are plenty of stalls selling fashion stalls and street food, definitely a shopping paradise. The area is very popular among tourists and the local youth.

*got this photo from my bro as I lost my photo.

We tried the famous Ah Zong Mian Xian (阿宗面线) at NT$55 (or S$2.55) which attracted lots of crowds, but luckily the queue moved very fast. The vermicelli was flavoursome with vinegar and pig intestines added, especially good as it kept us warm.

The first thing I have almost daily was bubble tea, it can go up to 2 cups a day. Never in my life did I have so many go of bubble tea.

I purchased a top at NT$190 (or S$8.80) for GF, 2 tops for my dad and bro at NT$198 (or S$9.17) at Ximending. Besides that, I also bought the local delicacy at NTS470 (or S$21.76) to bring back to Singapore. Thankfully, the store provides free delivery if our purchase hit a certain amount. We don't need to carry the bulky bag for the remaining hours spent outside.

Ximending (西门町)
Chengdu Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City 108, Taiwan
Nearest MRT: Ximen Exit 6 (blue and green line)

Our next stop was Shida Night Market which is a small scale night market popular among university students as the night market is near National Taiwan Normal University. It focuses more on fashion boutiques, bars, cafés, and restaurant. I don't really recommend coming here as the variety is lesser compared to other night markets. We didn't purchase anything or street food over here as my stomach was feeling unwell.

Shida Night Market (师大夜市)
Lane 39, Shida Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106
Nearest MRT: Taipower Building Exit 3 (green line)

After I was back to normal, we went to Burger King at Shida Store for dinner since we were lazy to walk back to Shida Night Market. It was nearly 8pm. I tried on their Pork Burger Meal at NT$79 (or S$3.66). We then went back to Taipei Main Station to explore K Underground Mall in our area.

Since our bathing supply was running low, we stopped by at their health care and beauty care store to purchase Ma Cherie travel size bathing cum shampoo kit.

Before we went back to our hotel, we bought 2 donuts from Mister Donut at NT$80 (or S$3.70) to snack in hotel room. It was one of the earliest timing that we reached our hotel at about 9pm. Since we were still early, we went up to the rooftop garden at our hotel to check out the night view of the surrounding.

Good to reach home early because we need to wake up early the next day for a joint excursion with his friends.

I love Ma Cherie Moisture Shampoo which is formulated with Rich Pearl Aesthetic and Honey Jelly Unique Ingredients to achieve moisturized hair with shine-enhancing benefits, love the scent especially.

That's all for my day 4. Good night.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Happenings in January - Dinner + JB Trip + L'Oreal ProfessionnelSerioxyl Hair Serum Review

Thursday 4/1/18

I went back to school today to collect my textbook for my next semester course that is starting from the week of 22 Jan 2018, which is just another 2 weeks away. Oh no, the hectic life is coming back again.

It was 8pm when we were back at our neighbourhood and we were so hungry. We just settled for something fast.

I have fried wanton mee pok at Kopitiam.
Dinner was simple but I enjoyed it, I love the fried wanton especially the crunchy and crispy part. So addictive.

Friday 5/1/18

I met up with GF for lunch at our usual meeting place at OKG Express..

Both of us ordered Prawn Noodle ($4.30). 
Though it was just a short one hour catch up, but we have quality one hour chatting and sharing about our up coming overseas trip in. My trip is just one more week away while her trip is two weeks away. We were so excited for our trip.

It was our D&D (Dinner & Dance) that night. So after our work, we headed down to the venue for a sumptuous dinner. Attendee is required to pay $10 to attend the D&D.

We have Four Treasure Soup that was tasty, a very comforting dish that warmed our stomach.

Other dishes that we had:
- Deep Fried Sea Bass in Nonya Style
- Tender Braised Home-made Chicken Ballotine
- Ocean Prawns with Fragrant Roasted Oats
- Pineapple Fried Rice with Seafood
- Sesame Filled Glutinous Rice Balls

It was a great night with lots of fun and laughter. We were called up to the table as one of the best dressed table with our cowboys and cowgirls dressing. Though we didn't won the best dressed table, we already enjoyed ourselves to the max. This was the most memorable D&D I have so far.

  Saturday 6/1/18

Ended my Saturday with a sweet indulgence of Tiramisu cake that bf's sister has gotten for us. I haven't eat Tiramisu cake for a long time. The coffee taste was strong but not too overpowering, the taste was just right for me.

Sunday 7/1/18

Instead of traveling in on our usual Saturday, we tried traveling in to Johor Bahru (JB) on a Sunday morning. The crowds were a lot lesser than Saturday and managed to clear all customs in less than an hour.

The first thing we did when we reached City Square was to look for lunch at level 6. We chanced upon Food Paradise and decided to give it a try.

I have Kolo Mee for lunch, nothing very fantastic though. Our lunch totaled up to RM42.70.

I went to try out the hair service at Protrim (RM241.70) and the experience was not too bad. The stylist even shared tips on hair maintenance. I would come back again to patronize their salon.

Missing the Mango with Pamelo drink from Kim Gary Restaurant, we purchased the drink from them at RM9. We remembered having this at Singapore's Kim Gary Restaurant at $6++, that was so expensive. We are not going to have that drink in Singapore anymore.

Bf loved the mango drink very much, the level of sweetness was just nice for us to quench our thirst.
Thanks bf for the

Ended our JB trip with an early dinner at SDS Cafe. I have Salted Egg Chicken Rice at RM13.90++.
We left JB by 6pm, luckily the jam wasn't too bad. Next time, we can consider coming in to JB on Sunday too.

I gotten L'Oreal Professionnel Serioxyl Hair Serum as a gift during Le Hair Spa opening. Recently, I have started using the hair treatment in my haircare regime. 

The hair serum, Serioxyl Denser by L'Oréal Professionnel, can be applied directly to the scalp daily. The serum is suitable for people like me with thin and fine hair, it helps to boost density with +1700 hairs.

I applied 3-4 drops on my scalp everytime after I washed my hair, and then massage into the scalp. There was no greasy feeling after applying the serum as it was water solution texture, it also gave a light scent on our hair. Most importantly, it did not cause any skin irritation.

Result can be seen after using the products for 3 months.

For Shampoo, I am currently using Goldwell Kerasilk Rich Keratin Care Shampoo.
It aids in turning damaged hair into smooth and soft hair. It contains keratin and silk proteins for hair  support and giving hair smooth like silk.

I gotten this as a gift from the usual hair salon that I visit. A gift for spending $150 and above. 
With Goldwell Kerasilk Rich Keratin Care Shampoo, I can enjoy the feeling of salon hair wash at home.

  Thursday 11/1/18

We are starting to count down to our Taiwan trip which is just 2 days from now. I am starting to feel a bit of excitement, I can't wait for the trip. I really need a getaway badly. I tried to clear as much work as I can.

We had dinner at my neighourhood hawker centre and I had Chicken Chop Fried Rice. Overall, the dish taste good with the exception that the fried rice was served cold. It was as though they have cooked it in the day and didn't even bothered to make it hot. 

We ended the dinner with Chendol, my favourite dessert apart from ice cream. A perfect dessert to have after meal to cool ourselves from the heat.

  Friday 12/1/18

Finally I have endured the last working day before my trip. Oh yes, my long waited trip is coming.
I left work in a happy mode.

Bf and I headed down to Eunos Food Centre for dinner, both of us ate Cai Fan as we were rushing for time.

The reason why I was there was to join a group meditation at The Hermitage.
Lately I noted that meditation is getting popular and many people are practicing it due to the benefits that meditation brings: reduce stress, increase self-awareness, increase acceptance and etc. Even our political leaders are practicing it too.

I wanted to give it a try so I set aside an hour of my time to practice meditation. During that one hour, I basically do nothing, just quiet my mind, reflect my thoughts and stay away from using mobile. It feels good to practice meditation once in awhile, but preferably with a meditation teacher around for beginner. 

I reached home pretty late that night at 11 plus and I need to wake up at 2.30am later on to catch my flight. Alright, time to pack my luggage. Good bye.


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