Every one I knew warned me it would happen but now that I’m in it I will tell you that nothing can quite prepare you for it.
I’m at home! But I guess it depends on where I am feeling home is. It’s been almost four years since I moved to South Australia from Malaysia. And even though I love my life here, am pretty much settled (more or less), I still ponder where home truly is.
As a travel blog, you’d naturally expect the posts to be all about the adventures of traveling. As much as I think I’d love to be always on the road, this post is about me being the host of other travelers. Albeit an accidental one. This is a story of Madam Cheah Guat Neah.
I thought I’d share how I celebrated the first two days of the Lunar New Year in photos. Enjoy!
Today is the eve of the Lunar New Year and I’m away from my family and close friends. I didn’t think I’d feel homesick this time around but right now, just hours before my family’s annual big family dinner I’m starting to feel pangs of sadness and loneliness. I wonder if this is a message…