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anime review desu!!
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 @ 4:24 PM `°•.¸¸.•°` leave a comment ( 0 )HELLAR~~ It's been a while since my last anime review, to be honest I've been watching quite a number of animes lately, since I don't really have anything to do aside from the holiday homework which is a nuisance to me and have no interest in it at all, just to finish them for teachers' sake.
Review of today is : The Garden of Words / Kotonoha no Niwa
If you're watching this on a rainy day you would have more feels because the whole thing is happening when it's raining lol.
Basically here is how the story goes :
My favourite quote in this anime. *DEMFEELSTHO*
I have to admit, the entire story and the sceneries are absolutely beautiful, flawless. It's nothing like typical korean dramaa, there's nothing to compare with. Yet I was truly mesmerized by everything in it. Even the background music is so soothing and beautiful. At the beginning I was only enjoying the picturesque sceneries and then the intensity strengthens gradually as it reaches the climax.
I RATE IT 10/10. ヘ(^_^ヘ)(ノ^_^)ノ
AROUND TAIPEI IN 5 DAYS! PART 2 / FINALE
Monday, December 2, 2013 @ 9:24 PM `°•.¸¸.•°` leave a comment ( 0 )Hey guys welp i'm back for a part 2! (ﾉ´ヮ´)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
Aside from editing pictures, I'm also in the midst of a homework rush, as it's already December, that means -- ONLY A MONTH OF HOLIDAY LEFT. Shit's getting serious now so NO MORE SLACKING AROUND!!
K time for some picture spam!! :D
For the past 2 days in Taipei we've experienced the super hot weather, therefore my brother made up his mind not to visit any outdoor tourist attractions and brought us to Shinkong Mitsukoshi ( 新光三越 ) in Xinyi District. This is a must-visit shopping mall where the branded stores are even more than those of in KL. And you don't have to sweat like a bull while shopping. Great way to escape from the hot and humid weather. HAHA.
Bro discovered that there was an Ironman toy exhibition and he's a fan of action figures and robot figmas. He would never refuse to go take a look such events 'cause HEZ CRAZY BOUT THEM LOL. Unfortunately it wasn't free of charge so we just have a look at the other figmas' exhibitions outside instead of paying to get in there. The products were quite pricey too and for sure we couldn't afford it. TT-TT
Another street performer. Not sure if it's a father&daughter performance.
Some artistic paintings inside a MRT station (sorry I forgot which station ==）
鼎泰豐). This is the first branch in Taiwan located at Xinyi Road (信義路).
Many people including tourists from Japan, Korea and some other countries were there, willingly to wait for their turns despite of the extremely hot weather. There's a podium at the entrance for customers to take their number and what so amazing was that the waitress speaks Korean, Japanese, Chinese and English fluently!
維格餅家 which sells taiwan local desserts for friends and family.
We went shopping at the underground mall and because it's so big we felt like it's gonna be forever.
And then I noticed something. Along the hallway both sides of the walls are full of AKB48 posters. Every member on every door. Something like...
TOLD YA JAPAN HAS MORE INFLUENCE THAN KOREA HAH.
It was indeed an awesome trip. ESPECIALLY WITHOUT GOING WITH A TOUR. Because I dont like how the tour guide made us so exhausting, when we actually are supposed to relax on vacations. Anyway, I hope in future I could visit Taiwan again, it would be great if I could go with friends huhuhu.
Until next time guys bye!