I have just cleared a whole chunk of visuals from my iPhone's memory space, so I figured I should squeeze in a quick update just in case I decide to reminisce in the future and not be able to find anything relevant for this time of the year. Okay, fine. I'll admit it. I'm just procrastinating from doing my revision on public policy analysis. I hate that module.

Nonetheless, I'm loving how I'm spending my off days lately, although I procrastinate quite a lot when it comes to revision. I can't wait to get this piece of paper and then be completely done with uni. I have had thoughts about continuing and taking up my masters but... I think I'll cross that bridge when I get there.

Life Lately: November 2017

Just a quick update before I go to bed- and by quick, I really mean brief. I haven't had the time to blog as much as I wanted to with the pile of assignments waiting for me every time I get home from work but here's a throwback to when Fazwan and I headed to Krabi in August as a post-exams retreat for me and for us to spend some time off work / recharge. I kinda miss the laid back island life in Krabi, and of course, the amazing accommodation we stayed at while we were there. 

VLOG: Krabi 2017

I haven't been watching that many Disney movies for quite a while, simply because I didn't feel like they made much of an impact in my life. And, well, you know... the "I should be adulting now, I shouldn't be watching cartoons" mindset? Yes. Especially when the cartoons revolve around princesses and snowflakes, and just keeps presenting a predictable story line.

The last Disney Pixar movie that I will always remember for being relatable and impactful (because it made me tear up) was Finding Nemo and UP, and they were both from years ago. Thanks to Disney Singapore & Jemma, I was given the opportunity to attend Disney Pixar's movie preview for Coco yesterday together with Fazwan, a few other viewers and the Mexican embassy and I   f r e a k i n g   loved it.

Why I Loved Disney's Coco

My last Friday Currently was in December last year and I swear to god, so many things have happened since then. My boyfriend Fazwan is in Malaysia now for a floorball competition and I am extremely bored + my level of procrastination is getting higher than usual, despite the fact that I have two assignments to complete in two days. But I just felt like writing, so here goes. 

The Friday Currently : Vol 9

It was Fazwan's first time in Krabi so I knew I had to let him have a taste of how it's like to stay at an authentic accommodation. It was also his first time travelling with me, so I had to gauge to see how he really is because although we've known each other for years, I always believed that a person's true colours will be revealed when they are taken out of their comfort zone. Also, if he can't last a day in the outdoors then.... Houston, we have a problem. Hehehe, just kidding. I guess I'm lucky to be blessed with the "Baby, just book and then let me know how much the total cost is" kind of boyfriend because a) I like that he trusts me enough to make travel decisions but b) isn't the fussy / picky kind of traveller and a lazy planner because c) I like making decisions! Hahahahaha. 

If you are the "I only need the space to sleep, so anything will do" kind of traveler who seeks authentic experiences and is not bothered by communal showers or mosquito nettings, then feel free to continue reading, because if you are looking for a unique living experience with a very laid back environment, this is definitely the place you're looking for. However, if you are a looking for a luxurious accommodation in Krabi, I would suggest reading my review on Ao Nang Fiore Resort instead.

Review: Ao Luek Paradise (Krabi, TH)

I first laid eyes on Ao Nang Fiore Resort when one of my friends posted a room tour of it on her snapchat, and all I could think about was how atas the place looked and how expensive it must have been for them to stay there for three nights. Probably three digits per night? I don't have that kinda money. 

Well, how can I not think that? Just look at it. The rooms are set on an individual metal structure, off the side of a cliff, with a treetop balcony each, an option to have your own private jacuzzi on that said balcony, and you have a porter that helps you carry your stuff and then drives you to your room via the service buggy every single time you need to go out or go back to your room. Wait. It's not even a room, it's basically a freaking cottage on your own tiny plot of land.

Review: Ao Nang Fiore Resort (Krabi, TH)

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