Even on this cold, windy day, there were still a shit ton of people there. Mostly tourists, yeah, we were being like tourists ourselves too, taking photos in front of this amazing architecture.
Elliott is scared of heights and tall buildings, so we didn’t end up going up the vessel to see the amazing view. We also didn’t stay too long cause it was cold as fuck. So, we just bounced after taking some cool sick shots.
click on the images for a bigger + better view of our faces blown by the wind! :D
All images were taken by me, me, me, me, me. Except for the one when Elliott took a photo of me standing, and a random couple helped us take a kinda cute, but awkward couple photo in front of the Vessel.
I want to know how your experience was when you went there! Was it busy? How was the weather? Let me know!
I saw an Instagram post of a friend of mine going here, saw how aesthetically pleasing this place was and I told myself I had to go here when I get the chance.
I never knew that moving across the country was so stressful. Even moving from one small apartment to our new apartment was stressful.
Even on this cold, windy day…
I’ve thought of a million different ways to write about how my experience celebrating Chinese New Years with my family in Taiwan felt like, and honestly, words can’t describe how I felt.