Starting Monday the Swede starts his official graduate training at Bloomberg, a financial cum media corporation that many in the career world should be at least informed about. Apart from that some of my batch doing 3 year course are now finding themselves in major Investment Banking companies, earning their hard-earned, long awaited salary in pounds after 3 gruelling years in Imperial College. All these got me thinking about my future which I’ve spent months and months planning as far as I could, and the subsequent excitement that comes with it.
You cannot believe how excited I am, even in the midst of my singular resit happening in 2 days time, at exactly 1400 hours. The future has so much to offer, no? I really can’t wait… =)
I won’t be surprised if my friends already know that I’m quite an ambitious lad despite my seemingly alarming lazy nature. I vowed to myself one day when I’m free, I have to list down every single accomplishment no matter how small they are, so that I can visibly acknowledge my quest for achievement, which incidently is what this blog is all about in the first place. Stay tuned =)
Anyway, back to the subject… The trip took place before I flew back, and obviously when the Wimbledon Tournament was up la! Er… I’ll just let the pictures do the talking 😀
The Queue… As you can see, it’s freaking long… =.=
My darling Maria, incidently it was her birhtday yesterday! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
The Beaut Cypriet Maria and The Weird Boy Boy Tock =(
We saw Sharapova and the only pro-tennis player from Cyprus… from outside the court =P
The Big Lawn, where we watched the Huge Screen… A lot of people, no? Can you spot the beauty queen? *click*
The two sweeties. Absent were YT and Alvin who worked there over summer too
Overall it was a great experience, a bit pricey but hey, once in a life time right? (Yeah, not a tennis fan =P) Just to warn you guys, to get tickets on gate we had to reach there and queue up by 6am… even then, we were number 4000+ on the list, heh. Alright guys, back to my final revision.
Maria insists on a better picture!
I think photos don’t give her enough credit anyways!
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christopherrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr nutbagggggggg! thanks for considering my feelings and putting a better pic of me. now im happy 🙂
1. Call a girl fat (done!)
2. Stalk a hawt chiq (done!)
3. Successfully get into a high profile shit list (done!)
Congratulations tocky tock! You’ve outdone yerself once again!
mia: of course hehe… I have learnt not to mess with the craaaaziest and wackiest nutbag of a girl that I’ve ever met 😉
skeletoninthecloset: eh, what is that list lar. So not me lei sigh. Fine you want some real accomplishment? I’ll give you one… no bras attached!!
oh tockyy.. why no pic of me… haih
by the way,u still haven’t tell me how much u paid to watch wimbledon outside the stadium?
Hey!! Well, because we went sooooo late (ppl started camping outside the queue from 10pm the day before) we only got ground tickets, so ours was 18 pounds! We can watch only open ground matches, the celebrity matches are all played at the Centre Court, Court no. 1 and Court no. 2…. those are more expensive and can go up to 40 pounds!
wow… so watching inside the stadium makes it even more expensive?
Oh definitely! Not stadium lar, just the three infamous courts =P The tickets prices are at the website: http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/about/tickets/tickets_prices.html
As you can see, it’s really pricey hehe.. but it’s worth it, both for fans and non-fans 🙂