When I visited the SM town in Seoul, I also went to COEX mall next to it. Not a mall person but the Starfield library inside the mall was cool.
Interesting interior design, it’s a public library, you see some locals sitting there read, while it’s also packed with tourists. Because it’s within the mall, some also come here to rest after shopping.
I think it’s cool as a public library the book layout is so creative, but I don’t know how you can get the books from those really high shelf?
It was raining the entire weekend after a ultra dry week. For the first time (or second time) I realized I’ve never liked rain so much, finally I can understand why a lot of Iranians I met on my trip there loved rain so much, every one would go outside enjoy the rain once it was raining there.
I like the 20-25 degree typical Belgium summer. Comfortable.
A Peruvian friend of mine is throwing a house party for her 2 year old. I haven’t seen them that much ever since they had baby, busy family life I guess. So it was nice to meet them and this little friend again.
Cute toy kitchen
A tradition from latin American countries, you hit the colorful box, then gifts fall down, then kids grab the gift for theirselves.
This reminds me so much of Cinco de Mayo that I used to celebrate with some Mexican friends back in China. We all had to hit that box then get our gifts.
It’s been a while since I last visited Barcelona! I’ve been saying that I need to go back for a while, maybe since this year’s @dtube forum a few months ago. Too bad I missed it because I was in Taiwan.
Finally booked the tickets for next month. I’m looking forward to Augustus.
Barcelona is such a nice city to visit, isn’t it!
Although I’ve been there a couple of times already, I guess I’ve done all the touristic stuff, so I still need to think about what I can do there, but the city is nice just to chill. It could be nice to meet up with some Steemians, such as @hauptmann himself.