Jul 26, 2010


So much to write. I don't even know where to start with.

Life's so far so good, AGAIN. Still not really used to walking around Uni, especially hills. There was once, I thought I was going to die when I could hardly breath after walking up hill. The campus is too huge, I guess. Or my stamina is not enough. Since then, Wayne dropped me off at the building's entrance. XD

It's our 22nd day living together. Still not really used to it. Especially, when I know the toilet door can actually open from outside! It's some sort of safety method. The door can open with a coin from outside. He's so playful till I had to warn him after I realised it. T_T But life's full of fun when it happens. HAHAHAHA

That day, when we were going out for a walk, we saw our neighbour's cat. It's a white fluffy blue eyes cat. It just looked at us when we waved. XD

I think the fur keeps him warm. He always sleep out, even it's only 7c. =|

In case you don't know, Tasmania is surrounded by sea. So wherever we walked to, we always see the ocean.

When we were walking towards the trail.

Stopped by for the view.

But, Tasmania is really a small island. Malls are so small and not much varieties. I miss Brisbane sometimes, because I get to walked pass the City everyday and do some shopping when I want to. XD

Btw, we do lots of cooking at home. He just loves to cook, then I have to cook to satisfy his appetite. HAHAHA

The omelet, with long bean and prawns.
It's the most successful one, wasn't burn at all. =)

He tried to make roast pork too. But turned out too hard to bite.
But it tasted delicious with sweet chili.

We found ladies fingers in an Asian store. But very expensive lo - $14.50 per kg.
Fried it with something like sambal. Yummy!

He makes sandwiches for our lunch on next day as well.

Random pictures:

Flowers in Salamanca Market.
Buying flowers in Aussie is really cheap. If you don't convert la. XD

When I opened my house door.
It's not the same as seeing it yourself. =)

Jul 14, 2010

It's been a while...

...since I blogged. Time flies pretty fast. Classes are starting this week!

It's been a week plus since I got here. Life's pretty good, so far. He's been treating me like a princess. Sort of. Except a little bossy. I MUST remember to off the lights of the toilet! Hahaha.

Warms up my feet. Really comfy and soft. Love it a lot! ♥

This is part of the little toilet.
Thanks to the owners, with all the lovely decorations. ♥

Our comfy zone, where we watch TV, drama or hang out after our dinner.
That's the heater. Warmed up the whole house.

We cooked dinner almost every night. His smile is so cute. ♥

Our house's ceiling. =)

Pancake that he made in the morning. Add on some ice cream! Delicious!! ♥

First time had Hungry Jack too.
Ever since I've been in Aussie for almost 2 years. HahAHA

Lastly, I'm doing well. It's a right thing to do. See you guys soon!! ♥

Jul 12, 2010

Crowd control

You definitely need these for crowd control to prevent things getting out of hand.

There's lots of different type of crowd control products, depends on what and where to use for. If you're going to use for a seminar or convention, you'll definitely need something elegant yet able to show that there is a line for the audience.

Something like this...

Stanchions with velvet rope seem pretty elegant yet able to show people the restricted areas. These velvet ropes has several colors to choose from as well, such as black, hunter green or blue.

For a place that requires more safety and privacy, barricades are required to be around the scene. Such as follows, to prevent people from entering the place.

When you need things to be under control, these crowd control products are definitely the right thing to look for.

Jul 3, 2010

Freezing island - Hobart

Went to Hobart, finally. Been wondering how the place looks like.

First impression, freaking COLD. Seriously. Probably I'll get use to it soon, like Wayne. He just wear a jacket to everywhere. Even to The Pinnacle, Mount Wellington! I think it was 3 - 4 Celcius? Awesome!

The wind was so strong. Was really really really freezing cold.
Will go there again when there's snow. =)

We also went to Laundry Machine Cafe, at Salamanca Square. There are laundry machines there, for real. But we didn't do any laundry la. Hobart was our first stop. =)

Shared a hot chocolate. ♥

We shared this as well. It's called Fat Boy.
Tasted a little like Kebab, but it was okay. =)
I wasn't really into lunch on that day. We basically shared everything. ♥

Drove all the way to Cadbury Factory at Claremont as well. Thank God Wayne has a car! Really made our life lots easier when we were there. =)

All the chocolate blocks. So cheeeeeeeeeeeeap!
I bought a pack with 3 blocks, called Turkish Delight. I think. =)

It was a pretty short experience of 3 days 2 nights trip. We did enjoyed when we were at The Pinnacle though. So freaking cold. We walked a round. Take that! XD

Next post will be on Melbourne! ♥

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