I spent most of my time the last couple of months gaming. I lost interest in writing and immersed myself in the first Division game. Once I’ve reached the endgame, I shifted my attention to The Witcher 3’s Blood and Wine expansion. I have yet to finish that one, but now that I’m sucked right back into the Witcher world, I have no intention of rushing to finish it.Continue reading “Ramblings”
It’s been a year since S and I first set foot in New Zealand. Back then, we both didn’t know what this part of the world had in store for us. We hardly knew anyone and although we were excited, deep inside we were also a bit nervous. What if things don’t go as smoothly as we expected? What if we don’t get to adjust? Thankfully, all those worries were proven unnecessary. Just a couple of days in, S and I have fallen in love with Wellington. There are many reasons why we’re happy to be here. Here are just a few:
I’ll be honest: I much more enjoy looking at other people’s Lego creations than building my own. I’ve tried my hand in putting those little car ones together before and I did have fun. I just don’t think I have the patience to build a massive Lego structure on my own. Having said that, you can probably imagine how dumbstruck I was to see the things displayed at the Lego Wonders of the World exhibit. I missed out on visiting Legoland when I was in Malaysia, but I made sure S and I dropped by Te Papa Museum when this exhibit opened to the public.
Okay, not all the things on this list were necessarily bought during the month of November. Some of them were with me for far longer, but it was only during November when I was able to fully enjoy having them with me. I have a pretty mixed bag here, with things for the home, a bit of fashion and a game thrown in for good measure. I don’t know if this favorites list will be something I do monthly, because believe it or not, I’m not much of a spender. I swear!