There. Today, I finally got around to getting a new cellphone, at an exorbitant price no less.
Also, I paid a visit to “the biggest bookstore in Asia”. Not overly impressed, because I could not find all the books or music CDs that I wanted. Yes, yes: I am hard to please.
A brief encounter I had with a small boy gaily humming the tune made popular by a certain crazy amphibian still send shudders through me.
That aside, I have to admit that the buy-3-books-for-the-price-of-2 bargains are quite decent. So are the 2-music-CDs-for-RM70 promotions.
Unfortunately, I had to walk away empty-handed because I was reluctant to part anymore with my savings. There will be a next time.
Nothing tops Hong Kong’s HMV. That is still the best music/movie store I have ever been to. It has everything, I tell you.
Kings of Convenience in Singapore’s Mosaic Music Festival, March 2006.
Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol, Ian Brown in Bangkok 100 Rock Festival, February 2006.
(I have not been to both countries for almost a decade, now.)
Hey! Why do we always have to head either to north or south for gigs like these?!
On air now: Misunderstood, Wilco