January 25, 2008




Raymond Lee said...

Hi friends,

I'm raymond here, i search through yahoo and found out your blog.

Last year i fly to Italy for honeymoon with my friends. We saw alot of chinese there as well.(We also chinese from malaysia too).

You have a good template for your blog as well

Raymond Lee said...

Btw what phone you bought from taiwan , i also interested to buy a new one as well.

Thelma said...

Hey Raymond,

thanks for the message. I'm glad that you've enjoyed your trip in Italy. There're lots of Chinese here indeed, especially in the big cities. It's not difficult to find some home flavour when one gets a bit homesick!

I've got the P1i from Sony Ericsson this time. Though I'm still trying to get used to it, I found it very convenient and nice. I think it's a good purchase.

Raymond Lee said...

Hi Thelma,

i read through your blog and find alot of travel detail over there. I will like to ask permission to add your blog link to my blog so that it is easily for me to go around and share my blog visitor to your place as well ?

I saw you using twitter too but i don't feel it very convience to know abt u .Maybe you can try to use tools like me as cbox to have instant comment.

Thelma said...

Hi Raymond,
feel free to add my blog to your link. Sharing my trip ideas is one of my purposes when I started this blog. Thanks for sharing ideas of blog add-ons. I'll take a look wen I have time.

yaping said...



Aline Wu said...

Dear Thelma
妳是不是又改髮型了 這一次更好看:)
還有 面具節是何時會結束 二月底嗎??

Joanne said...

Glad that you had arrived home safely. Watch out not to be attacked by the virus - I had been suffering from flu after the weekend and so wish that I could go back to TW as soon as possible to start my holiday. Take good care of yourself while taking care of Miki. Look forward to our next catch-up!

Thelma said...



Ann said...


Thelma said...

Dear Ann,


如果不是我的舊手機難用到不行,我大概很難花錢買手機,不過新手機真的是挺好用的 ^_^

Raymond Lee said...

Wow..look like girl in oversea like to play mobile phone then girl in Malaysia...hehehe

So how life in italy nowday ?

Thelma said...

I have to say that Italian people go after the new trend of mobile technology pretty much. However, I'm not really like that and so far, apart from this new p1i I bought this time, 50% of my old mobile phones in the past ten years are the old/unwanted ones of my family members in Taiwan. Most of the time I stay at home working so mobile phone is not really a necessity for me. In any case, I have to say that with this new one it'll be very convenient when I travel. As long as I can find wifi connection I can talk to people with skpye.

Life in italy nowadays? Well... cold... comparing to the warm southeast Asia. I'm really looking forward to the coming of spring right now.