Shanghai has never looked so beautiful to me. Drowning in college applications in the month of September made me realize how much I'll miss this place when I finally go off to pursue a university degree. These are some of the photos I took during September on my phone. Not the best quality but great to me nonetheless. Shanghai, I'll try my best to cherish the next ten months with you.
I turned seventeen a little over a week ago. Ah, the joys of finally being a certified dancing queen. The novelty has not entirely worn off yet, so I though I'd share some pictures I took around my birthday. And thank you William for the macarons - the gold glitter one was exceptional. I promise to cherish the last year of my (legally speaking) childhood.
I promise this is the last of my photo diaries from my UK trip. All of the photos were taken on my phone, mostly comprising of food. Let's be real, it's just a little embarrassing to haul around a large camera just to take pictures of your plates while leaning over a table and standing on the weaved chair.
On the last few days of my trip, my family and I spent a day at Brighton, which I can now say is one of my favourite cities/towns. It has a nice beach, yet the weather is not hot at all. Seafood is the best I've ever had and if I were ever back in London, I'd take the train immediately to spent a good week in Brighton.
Almost the end of my England travel diaries.. a month after. We stayed in the Holiday Inn in King's Cross and then the Hilton hotel in Kensington. To be perfectly honest, I enjoyed my stay at the other towns more than in the city of London. I'm guessing it's because it was quite busy just like Shanghai and didn't have the laid-back atmosphere that was so refreshing to see in the small towns. Nevertheless, London was absolutely beautiful and the weather was surprisingly nice.