I have been looking forwards to this exhibit featuring Edvard Munch for some time. This is, after all, the subject of the independent study that I have done for some time now. Even when I had visited the British Museum earlier in January, all I wanted was to see “Love and Angst” when it became […]Read more "love and angst @ the british museum"
Lamb Roti @ Roti King Roti King. A Malaysian place. Very affordable. Very good. This was one of the first places that I had visited in London. According to my friend, it was simultaneously listed on a London’s Best Food list and a London’s Best Cheap Eats lists. So, from its presence on both of […]Read more "meals with feels – london"
To say that Sofar London defined my semester would be quite an accurate statement. There were very few things this semester that had brought me some semblance of happiness. Even fewer that had brought me some personal fulfilment. But, despite the chaos that I have navigated, it is Sofar London that allowed me to feel […]Read more "sofar london"
Sheridans Cheesemongers I was struck by the cool air immediately as I walked into the store. Cold, windowless, full of cheese decorating the shelves, I felt as if I were walking into a refrigerator. I walked around a bit to admire the cheeses. On the wall, there was a poster detailing which region in France […]Read more "meals with feels – dublin"
Traveling alone… is not that great, in my opinion. The entire semester, my roommate had been hyping up the prospect of travelling alone, claiming benefits such as being able relax without pressure to compromise on how to spend the day. But, all I could feel throughout my entire three-day trip to Dublin is loneliness. It […]Read more "wandering alone in dublin"
I am reading below the Daniel O’Connell statue located on the north side of O’Connell bridge. It is quite an an important statue in James Joyce’s Ulysses; Bloom references it numerous times throughout his narrative arc. It is (although I could be remembering this part incorrectly) the statue in which Bloom peers from behind to […]Read more "below the o’connell statue"
I went to The Pieman Cafe after I had taken a 30 minute nap. Perhaps it had been the longest day that I have had this semester. I woke up at 3:30 AM in order to make my flight at London Heathrow at 7:00 AM. I drank my first cup of coffee immediately before the […]Read more "in pursuit of pie"