Chasing bubbles

Should I give up, or should I keep chasin' bubbles even if it leads nowhere?
 This spontaneous thing we did made my trip extraordinarily fun.
It was the 6th Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2014.
How did we end up here?
As we were on our way to 1Utama, observant dee dee spotted the hot air balloon floating.
So she googled and found out about this awesome event.
You can read more about it here.
Cancelled our clubbing plan the night before, slept early, woke up at 4:30am,
 arrived there 6:30 ish and devastated to see a super long queue.
And I hope that explains our half-awake face.
 The ride was limited to only 200 persons if I'm not mistaken.
We missed it, we will come back next year.
So here are some jumping shots in front of the hot air balloons. 
I could only imagine we're up there, looking down at all tiny creatures.
Anyway, we moved on to the picnic spot to have our hearty breakfast prepared by dee and choy.
And the road lead me to this la la land. I was out of words. 
Happy faces, happy faces everywhere. It's so beautiful it makes me wanna cry. 
This boy in his pjs was amused by the bubbles he made. Sweet little cutie pie.

Had so much fun, I was a kid again. The experience was liberating.
Maybe I should do this more, as I often forget how simple things can bring much joy.
Happiness comes from little things like this.

Sorry I didn't mean to pop those bubbles.
Next stop, we got into the hamster roll.
They see me rollin', they hatin'.
 Cute dee dee.
Making our way to be with each other, it was pretty tiring.
Now I wonder why are hamsters fat.
 The day followed by watching insane jet plane stunt by the lake and them girls shaking their asses to JLo.
Photo credit to this very talented girl, all photos in this post were taken by her.
Check out her blog De Photoholic, she takes really good photos!


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