Boston baby

I've been so lazy to write about Boston as I always want each post to be perfect. But I can't be bothered now, I just want to journal the incredible experiences I've had in America, with this being my first entry. After meeting some friends we met in New Orleans yesterday when they played a gig in KL, I'm reminded of all the amazing I've met in the US. So here goes. I'm listening to a French version of 'So This Is Love' from Cinderella so I'm expecting a lovely, slightly more romanticized account today. 

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Poros

For all of you who don't know where Poros is, don't worry, neither did I. (In fact I still don't really know now hahaha) But Google Maps puts this island directly opposite Athens, across the Saronic Gulf - roughly 4 hours from Athens by land. I definitely wouldn't have visited this island if not for my Dad's friend's birthday party that was being held there. It is more of a family vacation island - barely any foreigners (we were literally the only Asian/Chinese family there hahaha) and just a chilled vibe. I probably wouldn't recommend it if you're looking for a more Ibiza/Mykonos/letsfshitup feel but it's perfect for a chilledrideamotorcyclesleeponthebeach holiday. 

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Siem Reap

I had an amazing time in Siem Reap. It was my first mission trip and I was 100% clueless. I had no idea who was going. I didn't know they were all close friends already. I didn't know what I would go through on a mission trip. But I came out of it, a week later, having made an amazing group of friends within our missions team and within ICF Cambodia, having experienced the most amazing week completely immersed in serving God. 

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Billingsgate Market

It's dark. I check my phone. It's 4am. Yet I'm so jetlagged that I'm wide awake (Kuala Lumpur is 7 hours ahead of London). I hear the rest of my family is starting to stir and awake as well. We had also rented a car for our trip in London too. What should I do? It was the perfect time to FINALLY visit Billingsgate Market. 

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