What I Did This Summer

Intro Summer.. The time of the year where kids get school off and they suddenly become happy and relaxed. Normally, Summer is a two month break from mid-June to August or September. Of course, that is on the calendar for kids who actually attend school. Me, though? I don’t go to school. So... what is…

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NASA Living on Mars Camp Review

If I had to describe the first day of this camp with one word I would use: disappointing. On July 17th I woke up at 5:55am  to make sure we arrived on time (8:00am) and my parents drove me 105 miles round trip. We sat in the theater watching “The Magic School Bus” (Netflix) until…

Camp 5 Climbing Gym Review

Camp 5 is the largest indoor climbing gym in Asia. Located in One Utama mall, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the gym has over 500 climbing and boulder routes. The tallest wall is 24 meters high and the environment is cool and comfortable with air conditioning. There are six different wall types. The auto wall has…

Baking In Taiwan

{ Introduction } Ever since we moved into this house in Taiwan, we've baked quite a lot. We make breads, muffins, steamed buns (Mantou 饅頭), and I'm sure there's even more coming. I love to bake because it's quite fun to mix all the ingredients and {hopefully} have a great snack in the end. [Munch,…

My Daily Schedule

Hello guys! It's Emma again, and today I will write about my daily schedule. My schedule has changed a lot since the summer. We got up earlier then (4:30am/5:00am), because it was hotter and it is better to bike while it is cool. Now the weather is cooler, and we sleep in a bit more.…

Japan Curiosities: #3 Ramen

Introduction On our trip to Japan (June 8th- 12th), we went to a "Ramen Museum". Unfortunately, it was hard to get much out of it, as we were very well rushed by the tour guide. So I decided to research more about how ramen is made, as it is a very interesting (and delicious) subject.…