Jun 22, 2011
Indoor Malls FTW
I really do love the indoor malls here in the Gold Coast. It's definitely challenging, trying not to get lost and finding yourself walking in one direction for ages. I really feel like a tourist, even though we've been shown around once or twice.
One store I really enjoyed in the second indoor mall we visited is the Asian food store. I know that's pretty lame, but we don't get this kind of food back at home. Our local Asian food store is so mediocre in comparison to the almost-supermarket (which is actually just a small store that's well packed xD).
While we're on the topic of stores though, do any of you feel like you must go into a book store or news agencies? I've always been compelled to visit a news agency when I go out, and the book stores are sort of a new thing now that I'm beginning to enjoy the feel of holding a nicely designed book in my hands. When mom left J and I to wander alone the last time we went shopping, we visited every single news agency and book store we saw (4 NA's and 3 BS's), and always looked at each other before we walked into them like we were having some silent agreement.
Anyway, after we go out tomorrow, we might be going to the cinema to see Pirates of the Caribbean 4. I'm not particularly interested in seeing it, but it's hard to sway mother away from something she sets her mind to. If First Class is viewing at the same time, I'm totally ditching PotC for it. Nie speaks so much of her love for X-Men FC lately that it's really got me itching to watch! D<
Speaking of Nie, the picture above is for her. RyoMina forever ♥♥♥
P.S. I really, really badly want to change my blog layout. AGAIN. What is wrong with me.