One Saturday, Jerry and I decided to go to Jinshan since the weather was super nice. We've visited this place several times, however each time feels completely different. It's still beautiful as always, yet the way we see things may change from time to time, from different perspectives or due to the current mood change. There was way more people than the last time we went, bringing the place somehow a little bit more lively. Families, friends and couples, playing around the seashore, taking photos and chatting around, we just sat on a rock and watched people passing by with all smiles on their faces, feeling calm and easy.
Last week I was very lucky to visit the Wisteria flower garden while its’ full bloom and the weather was absolutely perfect.
Last Saturday Wei and I spent the afternoon exploring little select shops in the alleys and also two coffeeshops with extremely different kind of atmosphere. The first one was very bright and spacious, it wasn’t very crowded therefore we were able to walk around and take photos. The second one which was very interesting, is called “The Ruins Coffeeshop”, it’s quite far away and found in a place out of nowhere. As its name, it was reconstructed from an old ruin to a coffeeshop with a distinct atmosphere. The place was filled with vintage findings, and it felt warm and welcoming. It is definitely a coffeeshop that I would visit again!
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