Sunday, October 21

R: Fish Burger

Aquaria was not bad. A tad small though but it's nice to linger around in a place that does not resemble reality. I loved all the huge big fishes. And turtles! The baby ones were really cute. Yet, after a couple of hours there, I was unconsciously salivating as I looked at the fishes.

Images of steam fish, shark fin soup and frog leg porridge was relayed to the brain by my stomach. The evilness of being Chinese, we eat everything that moves except humans, I think.

But, going there alone with tons of couples all around make you feel a tad lonely. I miss having a partner in crime for company. I'm doing so much but yet, there's this small incompleteness.

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