A Bangin' Day-Off

Finally, my day off. In my job, I have to stand for the whole eight hours, a big torture for my feet. So come my day-off, all I want to do is wear slippers, curl into a blanket, and call it a day. But sometimes that's not possible, like this Sunday, because there are stuff to do like church, errands, dates, blah blah blah. So I go for simple, comfy clothes instead, like this one.

Flat creepers for happy feet, jeans, and a jacket. I am really sorry for the underwhelming outfit, but for now this is it!

I decided to spend my few free hours out and about so when my mom's travel agent friend said that tickets for the "Human Bodies" exhibition were being sold at just 50 MOP each (since it's the last week), I bought three at once - one for me, Leon and my baby sister Krystelle.

The photos are below, but be warned >> some photos are disturbing, so careful <<

Ugh, yes, when you think about it, it was pretty weird, but it was great. Afterwards we took two hotel shuttle  buses to food street, and had some great Thai food at Tuktuk Restaurant. I saw the large froyo display in Venetian, and I so want one right now! Who else loves frozen yogurt? Raise your hand, and see you soon,

- Che

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  1. Love it !


    Coline ♡

  2. Wow, that is one...interesting exhibition. Haha, but cool photos you got from it!
    Loving your casual-cool outfit here - doesn't matter if its "underwhelming", that's the type of style I like to see!

    Trendy Teal

  3. Great photos!
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  5. Wow! those photos!!! I love your shoes!
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  6. great pics!


  7. I went to the same exhibition here in Milan... it was totally fascinating! And love your outfit too, girl! <3