Monthly Archives: June 2010

Tom N Toms Icon Village: Korean Coffee Place Where Pretzels are Made Fresh

This was my second time to Tom N Toms at Icon Village, but it sure was crowded. We walked around for a bit and later we were lucky to get a great seat by the counter right in front where … Continue reading

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Monday’s Cool Idea: Write on a Book Without Ruining It

I love this cool product idea that I came across on a fabulous blog called Unclutterer as I was trying to get some inspiration to declutter. I wonder if these are sold at our local stationary stores? If I do … Continue reading

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Angelina Jolie Interview on Vanity Fair

“No, I’m not pregnant,” Angelina Jolie tells Vanity Fair contributing editor Rich Cohen, from the set of her movie in Venice, Italy. Perhaps in the future? “We’re not opposed to it. But we want to make sure we can give … Continue reading

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Hong Kongers Love Our Casinos

We have a 30% increase in tourism with the attractions like Universal studios and the 2 new casinos. Unfortunately for tourists that has sent hotel prices upwards as well. When I go out these days, it seems like maybe only … Continue reading

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Pretty Rain Clouds For Your Wall

Sometimes the simplest idea can be the most striking like this little wall decor rain cloud sold on Etsy. More lovely rain clouds to hang on your wall from French Interior and Product Designer Leptitpapillon based in Canada. Doesn’t she … Continue reading

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Enid Blyton Stories Filled with Midnight Feasts and Adventures for Girls

As a kid I loved Enid Blyton’s Famous Five – the books and the British TV Show.  Hearing the theme song again sure brings back memories.  George was the character that stuck in my mind. I think even then I … Continue reading

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Pippi Longstocking

From Wikipedia: Pippi Longtocking or Pippi Långstrump in its original language Swedish, is a book by  Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, and adapted into multiple films and television series. Pippi was named by Lindgren’s then nine-year-old daughter, Karin, who requested a get-well story from her … Continue reading

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Breakfast at Scruffy Murphy’s at the Beach

This is a nice place to sit and watch the sea while you tuck into a breakfast of french toast, bacon, eggs and sausages.  My partner loved the French Toast with butter and honey.  I indulged in the yummy salty … Continue reading

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Imported Sand Filling Up the Shoreline as Kids Play at East Coast Beach

It was a lovely cool enough day to enjoy the beach. There were cute kids playing in the sand and even a monk appreciating nature. For the first time I saw how sand was added to the shoreline as this … Continue reading

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Raspberry & Lychee Sponge Cake with Rose Flavored Topping

Saw this lovely red cake named Sweet Memories, at the Chocz Store at Parkway Parade Mall basement level.  I thought they only sold chocolates, but apparently they now sell cakes as well.

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