Sigh, I'm so not in the mood to write anything now. I don't have any good material to write about, except perhaps the latest men's shows in Milan and Paris, but I don't know where to start on that. All I have are heaps of pictures that I snatched from Livejournal.
Oh well. It's the last day of June. In a month's time I'm officially on my second year in BangCock. Who'd have known it had been 24 months ago since the bayot stepped for the first time in the City of Angels.
Anyway, I might as well post a half-hearted weekend report. Lots of booze, dancing, cigarettes, shopping, and biking.
Let me talk about the biking part coz I have a few pictures to share. I went to Ancient City last Sunday with my French friends. We ended up as a party of thirteen biking around the ponds of Ancient City. I had very little expectations of the place so I was quite pleasantly surprised how charming it really was, although I would not say it was groundbreaking either.
Simply put, it's a piece of land where all the major architectural landmarks of Thailand can be seen (akin to the Nayong Pilipino in Manila), although many of the structures are approximately of the same size as the original. Some are reproductions but several are the original structures and reconstructed in the site.
It was a fun afternoon of biking galore and chit chat, ending up with dinner in a lovely sea-side restaurant.
Oh, here's a picture of the view from my window last night. I love the wet weather!