Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Exhilarating, breathtaking, astonishing.

I can't find word in any language to describe the return leg of FC Barcalona and AC Milan today. Thanks to DVR and being in the US (where soccer results won't bombard you), though I had to watch it delayed, it was no less excitement then watching it in real time.

"What a privilege it is to watch such an incredibly talented player" as one of the commentator praise in awe. It is so true. The best player by miles, since the sport was professionally played with proper rules. Messi ruled this game, and the 10 defenders could not close him down.

It is humbling when you think of it. Everyday history is being written in front of your eyes. Things you can actually tell to your future generation. It's not just statistic. You can't relive it by watching a few games here and there, or through clips. I am actually living in it. That's the mind blowing part. It is awesome.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Englisher Garten

The Englisher Garten (English Garden) in Munich is one of the most beautiful park I have visited. Right next to the own city center of Munich, it is easily reachable.

What impresses me most is the lake at the North East end. During our visit, we stopped by the Seehaus beer garden next to the lake. After getting our 1 Little mug of beer, we were able to find a table right next to the lake. When I say right next to, it is literary one step away from the lake.

We have geese and swans begging for food next to us. What impressed me most is the crystal clear water. I have been to many similar size lakes in public parks in the States but never have I seen anything so clean.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013


11:59 了。难得有几分钟时间可以静下来。洗个澡又要开始忙了。今天大概又要熬倒 3 am了。