The past 4 days, I’ve been busy in a primary school called Watpongyang…… (very long name) Primary School for my overseas community service trip.
The lifestyle that they Thai’s have is a lot more difficult than the Singaporean lifestyle. The children all clean the school, they have morning excercises and an hours worth of recess! The girls like to play volleyball and skipping rope while the boys play soccer and ping pong.
On my second day at the school, some of the girls asked me to play jump rope with them. Their version of jumprope was quite similar to what I had played before so it was alright, but they raised the rope and I couldn’t jump over it.
The other day, I bought a bundle pack ( games ) from BundleStars !
It was like £1.30 for 8 Hidden Object games. There’s only 2 days left to go 😡
(In no way am I advertising it but just so you know the link is here ->BUNDLEEE!)
It’s actually $1.99 for 8 but it was paid in GBP lols.
So anyway, it was a pretty good (and cheap) spend, I’ve finished the Apothecarium game with much unsatisfaction. ;_;
It starts of with a cut-scene of how a girl named Claudia, her mom got captured while on her way to a town called Apothecarium cuz’ a disease overcame the lands and Apothecarium was a town where the most famed scientists gathered to cure the disease. Yeah. That, and that fullscreen is a goner.
This movie is a comedy romance movie, also known as “Ai Fai.. Thank You Love You”. It’s a Thai movie which was just released this year on the 22nd of January, 2015 (Singapore). Although it was released last year in 2014.
I’d just finished watching the entire movie. It’s kinda short, but it was worth it ~
Hey. So, I made omurice for lunch. And like, I made it for the first time ever. Well, I’m sure that you all know what omurice is, right? For those who don’t, basically… it’s fried rice that’s wrapped in an egg omelette. It’s an Asian dish that originated in Japan. That’s why the name Omu-Rice, also known as オムライスOmu-raisu, is in Japanese. Simple, sounds easy, I know. It wasn’t. ;_;