Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Long distance relationship, sucks.

Not sure whether I made the right choice to share about my personal stuff in my blog, but I guess is fine to talk about relationship once in a while? Not everyone knows that I just broke up with my boyfriend, it's been 3 weeks ago. We both made the decision together after a serious consideration, but I will keep the reason privately. 1 year 6 months, ended. And for the last 2 months I am in UK, we din't make it. Love can't beat distance. Is pointless to discuss the fault is on who, and no one is qualified to judge. 

No girls likes to start over with a new guy, getting to know a guy all over again, learning how to feel comfortable, going through that awkward phase of being shy around a new guy again. So what I can say is, I put a lot of effort in maintaining our long distance relationship. If you know me so well, you probably know I love to stick with old things. I love to stick with the guy I've already with. I appreciate what we've been through and this is something irreplaceable. 

A distance between UK and Malaysia,we are 6544.8 Miles apart. Long distance relationship is definitely not an ideal one,and sucks! So that's how Videocall/ Facetime/Wechat have become our daily channel to communicate. 



We spent countless hours just talking through the screen or the phone. I can't touch him. I cant hug him when I need him the most. But I can feel him. Look at the photos, we smiled so happily. We were once happy to be together. And the most important thing is TRUST. I can't date him like previously, I am absent for all his life, and what still hold us together is TRUST. My watch is set to his Malaysia time while my phone is set to my own UK time. One of us will always has to sacrifice our night due to the different time zone.

I remember I hugged him really tightly in the airport. I said:"I can't guarantee that our long distance relationship might work,but we will try our best. I wont give up as long as you don't" I felt so insecure at that moment but I tried to convenience myself, we can go through this stage! But once in while,as a girl I will over-thinking. Insecurity, fear and being too sensitive. I missed him, I missed how I hug him like a cola bear. And I complained. 

In the airport

Broke up is the worst stage to go. It's hurt I swear! I cried throughout the night, alone. I texted my mom, my dad, my aunt. I spoke to them, I said I just broke up but I was fine. In fact I am not fine at all. As I grew up, I know that I should be good enough in handling my emotion. But I just can't. I teared. But I never regret in any relationship because each of them made me stronger. 

I feel sad whenever I think of he is no longer belongs to me. I've been so emotional. I eat a lot. I sleep a lot. I thought we were good, yey at the beginning. But a long distance relationship can't last longer. I am stuck in moving on now. Miserable and all the sleepless night. 

If you can't commit in this relationship, don't make a promise. I've told you once, please take me seriously. If when until I stop trying, which means I am not going back anymore. It's hurt to let go, but sometimes it hurts more to hold on. And I choose the simplest way to stay happy, letting go of the things that makes me sad.People come into your life for a reason, things happen for a reason as well. I still thanks god, because he has assist me through difficulty, he once gave me a lot of loves, support and guidance in emotionally & physically. Even now we are back to the original zone, FRIEND. We bring the relationship to an end. And I understand that I have to overcome all this shit, its time to move on. 

Thank you for giving me unbelievable amount of joy, and giving me a lesson. I learnt. Every single relationship teach you a lifetime lessons, and time will eventually heal you. You have to set yourself free, and wait for the best one to come!

Saturday, July 26, 2014

I-hotel Kota Damansara


As some of you already know me and Shelyn went for a work trip to KL 2 months back. The reason we went together is because this was a sponsored trip, and I-hotel in Kota Damansara has provided us an accommodation. Apparently a very clean hotel with fantastic services. I couldn't have asked for more than this.  Thanks to Tim and I-hotel I get the chance to go over KL for blog relate stuff!

I-hotel is a privately owned group of boutique hotels in Malaysia, still run by the same family who started the business with Kota Damansara branch in 2010. They have 3 different branches which is separately at KL, Kota Damansara and Johor.

Their modern contemporary style make I -hotel an idea place to stay, as they are centrally located and feature highly personalized service, luxurious accommodations and exceptional value. They aimed to provide the best services to every single customer and fulfill their satisfaction. This is what guests enjoy to stay with them time and again.

The Lobby Area

King size bed! Perfect for couples

Here's the interior of our room! I-hotel offered us an "Executive Suite" and it is the biggest room and the ONLY room with a high ceiling. It had a 5 star queen size Kingkoll bed mattress, an ensuite bathroom, a 32inch LCD TV with Astro Satellite Channel and free high-speed broadband internet WiFi access. 

Shelyn immediately lying down on the King Size Bed

Best thing? The high ceiling in our room! You can individually control the ceiling to be wide open or close up with the remote provided. 

Close Up

Open UP!

Our working desk!

Oh and did I forget to mention? Me & Shelyn had totally requested for 6 towels in a day during our swimming lesson! And the hotel staffs never lost their patience just to bring us towels lolll. This is truly a comfortable accommodation when we were away from home. 

It was about 4pm by the time we arrived and we were so starving! So we just anyhow picked a cafe near the hotel for lunch, "Chili Pan Mee". Super convenient! Besides there's also some other nearby attraction around I-hotel which include The Curve, 1 Utama Shopping Mall and wide variety of restaurants within walking distance. 

Executive suite: Rm148/night
Premier suite: RM208/night
Family Suite: Rm168/night
Deluxe room: Rm118/night
Superior room: Rm108/night
Single room: Rm78/night
Deluxe theme suit: Rm148/night

Coffee time!

The food is ridiculous yummy!

Click HERE for a short video review for I-hotel!

I-Hotel Kota Damansara
Tel: 03-61428223
Address: No 60,JaLan PJU 5/20D,
The Strand Kota Damansara,
Petaling Jaya, 47810 Selangor.
Official website: www.i-hotel.com.my/
Official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/best.ihotel
Monday, July 21, 2014

Visited Oxford Part 1

No idea what was I laughing at loll (mouth wide opened)

Went to the Oxford city, the highlight of the day will be the famous Harry Porter Dining Room and Radcliffe Oxford. If you plan to visit Oxford, this is a must go place! So we are now entering the Summer, but the weather is still so windy! "Summer is not summer" I can still wear long sleeve you imagine. 

I always want to see Lavenders, finally got chance to do so.

Oxford is a beautiful city in South East England which is the country town of Oxforshire, and of course it is known worldwide as the home of Oxford University, the oldest university in the English Speaking world. Pretty sure that everyone in Oxford has been there.

One of the Church in Oxford

Housing area. WHUTTT? Too cute!

I owe this road!

My favorite photographer of the day, Raymond!

Famous Radcliffe camera

Architecture Style: Palladian, English Baroque
Address: Radcliffe Square, Oxford OX1, United Kingdom
Tel: +441865277162

This is a building of Oxford University, England designed by James Gibbs in neo classical style. One of the most recognizable and often photographed building in Oxford. You can spot it from far away, as the circular dome design is very unique and most iconic sights. Must visit this as Radcliffe camera is a distinctive landmark  in Oxford. But unfortunately..... it is not open for public :'( 

Enjoy spending time with em'

Its a sunny day and it's a Sunday! I can't believe that I've been to Oxford now. Before this I was so still eager to go. FYI, I followed this tour that organized by Tong Hang with only 17 pounds! 

Fake Candid Shot!

Bridge of  Sighs, Oxford (Hertford bridge) 

A stone and glass bridge spanning across a road, joining two parts of Hertford college over New college Lane. Another impressive and distinctive design in Oxford. How romantic if love birds can take photo under the bridge :)

Castle? Prince?

Next stop. We visited the Bodleian Library, but we never enter. It costed around 5-6 pounds for the entrance fee which I personally think it doesn't worth it. Library is filled with books only, so eventually we decided to save the money and shop for some other useful souvenirs. Make sense lolll?

From Google, this is what exactly the library looks like

Bodleian Library

Architecture style: English Gothic
Address: Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BG, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1865277162

Bodleian library is one of the oldest libraries in Europe with over 11 millions items. They provide the best service to support learning,and teaching. So like what we wish for, Oxford University is one of the dream University to go to. 

#followmeto is so mainsteam nowadays!
(Raymond & Jeff were having some gay photo xD) 

Had a walk in the city

So vintage, just good to chill in this hour.

All the baguettes are freshly baked and filled throughout the day! dayummm.

We were so exhausted after walking here and there, but we spent our day really well. Stay tune for the next post "Visited Oxford part 2",  for Harry Porter Dining Room if you are #Die hard fan! If you are not, please stay tune too :)

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