Today marks the last day of my internship! YAY to no waking up early in the morning or being a zombie as I make my way to office, or spending insane money on lunches that could have been cheaper or going home late and having little time to myself or falling asleep the moment I reach home or anything actually! Hahaha. But I do have to admit that I really learnt a lot when I’m working in Singapore Post or more commonly known as SingPost.
It was quite tough throughout the internship as would any job be when you want to do your best. Picking up everyday skills in the office, learning how to work with different people, maintaining relations, making friends (introvert here!). My boss, Brynner, told us that we made a great contribution to SingPost, but in my opinion it is okay, not exactly that great, significant maybe. After all we did help start out the plans for the future post offices.
Had a ramen lunch at Paya Lear Square, Ramen Keisuke, on one of the days when I had jap food cravings. Went there with my fellow intern/colleague, Zell. It is just a tiny little stall, that was quite popular. The queue when we got there was long. We waited easily 30 mins before we managed to get a seat. (≖_≖ )
A little more about Ramen Keisuke…
I had the Black Spicy Ramen and Zell got the Red Spicy Ramen. It is so that we can try both flavours. There wasn’t really any difference. The ingredients and noodles were the same, even for the soup base (which is tonkustu I think). The only difference was the oil. The red one being chili oil, and the black one being black pepper oil.
The service was quite fast. We only got to eating one hard-boiled egg each and taking some photos when the ramen arrived.
Currently I am interning in Singpost with many of my school mates. We have several events happening when we were interning. I will talk more about my internship in another post when I have finished it, which is like another week more only (≧◠‿◠≦✌).
We had like Celebratory Lunch, Captain Ball Game, Poh Piah Party, and next week Durian Festival.
Celebratory Lunch was about those who got promoted and treated to us a free buffeted lunch. It was yummy! ٩(˘◡˘)۶ And also it was a good opportunity to break the ice between the interns! No pictures here… So sad… (ಥ_ಥ)
Went to USS on 11 July 2015 with my best buds. Got a little complain from my god parents as I have been visiting Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) a little too much lately. I admit that I am visiting there a little too much, 4 Saturdays in 6 weeks! Well, I bought annual pass to Sentosa, Adventure Cove and Universal Studios Singapore (USS) so I might as well make full use of them. They certainly do not come cheap. But being a girl who simply love theme parks, it definitely worth it.
Since all 3 of us have annual pass, we could have afforded to turn up late. We went in about 11ish. It was quite packed already. The first ride I took was Battlestar Galatica, blue ride, we queued for 2 hrs like OMG! But it was a good catch up between me and Pamela. Janice joined us later :).
I went to Adventure Cove 2 Saturdays in a row! I love going to theme parks and especially water theme parks. Maybe it is because I am afraid of the heat that is why I love water theme parks more. For the price of $23 (usual $36) it is quite worth going in to have some fun. Of course I didn’t have to pay for my entrance as I had annual pass. ≧◉◡◉≦ Went there with my brother first then my goody friend, Pamela, the following week.
They have 6 main rides there, all of which you can either choose to take alone or with someone else. They are Dueling Racer, Pipeline Plunge, Riptide Rocket, Spiral Washout, Tidal Twister, Whirlpool Washout. I love Riptide Rocket the most as it is one of the fastest ride (♥_♥), however I think many people share the same sentimental as me, as it is also one of the longest queues.
I have never been to Ray Bay although I would like to go there some time, maybe next time… ◔◡◔
It was the first time my brother went to adventure cove. And I was sure glad that I had ask me at the last moment. He is always so busy I rarely see him these days. He wasn’t even sure if he had time to go until just a few days before we went. Though I have went there a couple of times already, it was the first time I stayed until the closing time.
I turned 21 this year. My initial plan was not to have a party but I’m glad that my mum had convinced me to have one. I had a blast and enjoyed good company. Loved the people who had turn up, and even more to those who helped me throughout the whole process. But the greatest thanks definitely go to my MAMA and PAPA because they are the ones who help me, encouraged me, and paid for most of my party.