I woke up this morning and in minutes, had tears spilling down my cheeks as I laid in bed, body still aching from last week's ordeal. A couple days ago, I felt that I wanted to do something positive in memory of the babies we'd lost. So I started the ball rolling, and perhaps, if … Continue reading Love and Loss.
I was meant to continue with my Italy journals, but I cannot pretend that this didn't just happen. I cannot continue writing those entries as though unaffected. So here it is, the hardest blog entry I hope to ever write. A few months ago, I blogged about Flo and I finally conceiving. We were beyond … Continue reading The Hardest Post I Hope to Ever Write.
11 Jul 2019 - Thursday. Bologna it was on Thursday, which, like Parma, is only a short drive away from Modena. First on the agenda was going in search for their hidden canals. Apparently, Bologna used to be filled with canals, but many of them have since been covered by buildings. As with every town … Continue reading Bologna, Italy.
09 Jul 2019 - Tuesday. Flo and I reached Modena around 1.30pm, too early for us to check into our BnB. So we left our luggage there and drove as near to the centre as we could. Do note that if you're driving in Italy, almost every town and city has restricted zones where only … Continue reading Modena; Parma. Italy.
08 Jul 2019 - Mon. We finally arrived in Marco Polo Airport to embark on our long awaited holiday. So many people had told me that with the triplets in my belly, we might not get the go-ahead to go on such a long trip abroad, but thankfully, Dr Edwin was quite supportive and even … Continue reading Belated Honeymoon Begins in Venice, Italy.
We spent the 6th and 7th July weekend around Hamburg. It was really a touch and go trip because we were there specially for Flo's good friend's wedding. It was located in an old castle about a 2 hour drive away from the city. The Hamburg weather was decent when we arrived. The ceremony took … Continue reading Hamburg Stopover.
03 Jul 2019 Wed. Midweek, upon Flo's recommendation, I walked to the lake once more, but this time, going to the right side of it instead of my usual left. I also walked a different route that was off the Bahnhofstrasse, and found myself appreciating a lot of the architecture of the building along the … Continue reading Days 3-5 Zurich, Switzerland.