In brief...

I'm a Nature-lover, aspiring conservationist, and wannabe traveller in search of outdoor adventure.
My interests vary from conservation to education to heritage to Nature (biodiversity & wildlife) to outdoor activities to life in general.
They occupy most of my waking moment.
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Saturday, January 03, 2015

Avalanche.

Avalanche - Chris Tapper
Starting to feel better
Bring on the weather
I feel we're prepared for anything 


Boatloads of lightning
Fire-fighting
Electric cinema in the air

We are the ones who are never afraid
We need no rehearsal to dance
We're well aware this may be our last chance
So bring on the avalanche, bring on the avalanche

Soon to be forgotten
Old and running
A box of bones buried underground

Like numbers on a race car
Rusted in the junkyard
With weeds in the wheels that say "Superstar"

We are the ones who are never afraid
We need no rehearsal to dance
We're well aware this may be our last chance
So bring on the avalanche, bring on the avalanche

We are the ones, it seems, everyone comes to
To find a direction to go
The over-and-under as our work is done here
But we'll be the last ones to know


Sat in a small town
Lost in a big town
And the in-between isn't anything
TV's and traffic jams

A slick traveling salesmen
Says "What is disposable?" Everything

We are the ones who are never afraid
We need no rehearsal to dance
We're well aware this may be our last chance
So bring on the avalanche, bring on the avalanche  
Bring on the avalanche, bring on the avalanche

Had a great trip to Thailand with my family, visiting the nun and priest who used to run this Mission Home in Wiang Kaen which we used to go to every year. Also road-tripped from Bangkok up to Chiang Saen (at the Thai/Laos border), stopped by a couple of historical parks and learnt a bit about Siam's history. And had a pretty awesome time exploring Bangkok/Chatuchak with my awesome sec sch friend who's on exchange there. Spent some evenings watching the Legend of Korra, most evenings playing San Guo Sha, and every night doing my report. Still, it's no where in the state it needs to be haiz. 

Randomly, I also realised that I tend to speak in a rather tentative? fashion. When I say "I think", I mean, "it is". "It is probably" is "It most definitely is". Maybe just habit from writing too many essays when I'm not sure of anything. 

Right, enough digression, bring on the data-analysis/report-writing avalanche.

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