Despite it being only three short weeks into the semester, the number of assignments that have been handed in, as well as the amount of course content that's already been taught, is incredibly mind-blowing.
Classes will start in the early morning, and end in the late afternoon. The commute home then takes me into the evening, where I begin newly-posted assignments after quickly gulping down dinner.
I can honestly say that I have never experienced a living hell like this one.
But amidst my very few breaks throughout the week, I managed to get a chance to visit Locke Street again and visit Ceylon Tea Bush with a friend.
Reflective of its name, a wide variety of cheeses could be found in the store, but cheese wasn't the only thing they sold. In addition to the dairy products, Cheese Shoppe also carried an impressive selection of serving tools and cutlery, including several styles of wooden serving boards, cake stands, skinny knives, etc.
A unique line of sauces could also be found in a corner, while a few types of ice cream and cheesecakes were displayed in the freezer located near the entrance.
Taste-wise, the yogurt flavours were a bit more distinct that the ones found at Menchie's and Yogurty's, with a few exceptions that were either a tad too sweet or too tart. The price didn't vary too much either, though the presentation was much more sophisticated. The calming atmosphere also made the shop a relaxing location for catching up with a friend or just simply finishing some schoolwork.
Post-Ceylon, we went for another quick round of window shopping.