Monthly Archives: December 2010

Wanderlust: A Little Hotel in Little India

I adore the name and uniqueness of Wanderlust. This little boutique hotel is full of charm. We were welcomed by a skinny, young, Indian guest manager as we entered to have a quick look at the lobby. He wore the … Continue reading

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Beautiful Bustle (Little India in Singapore)

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Always the Same Feeling on New Year’s Eve

A kind of panic. New Year’s eve always takes me by surprise.  I think it’s days away and then it’s suddenly right in my face. Feels like it sneaked up on me.  I think it’s a feeling of wanting time … Continue reading

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The Rabbit Makes an Early Appearance at NTUC for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is a month away and the rabbit and Chinese New Year goodies have made their appearance when I checked out the NTUC Xtra at Nex. New Year is not here yet and Christmas is not yet over, … Continue reading

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Green Pumpkin Japanese Cafe

We tried the green tea pumpkin bun from the bakery and were hoping to have it again, but they were all sold out so we had the Sakura Anpan (S$1.40) which nice but not as good. They did have the … Continue reading

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Ichiban Boshi at Nex

I was hankering for the simple kitsune udon I had at Osaka, and Ichiban Boshi has a good enough version that comes in a smaller half bowl portion (S$4.90). It’s not the healthy kind of sushi but I do love … Continue reading

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SkyGarden Opens at Nex And Itchy Fingers

Why is everything in Singapore now have a Sky added to the front. Skybar, Skypark and now Skygarden. They seem to be copying Marina Bay Sands, but only the Skybar at Marina Bay Sands is truly high up in the … Continue reading

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Singapore Daily Photo: Squished Water Bottles All Over the Road

We saw boxes of Dr Who waterbottles scattered over a road as we were heading to Sentosa. Ever seen bottles squashed flat? What a waste and I wonder how they are going to clear this up. We saw the truck … Continue reading

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Chili’s (Resorts World Sentosa)

After having a meal here, I must say I prefer the ambience at Tanglin mall as it has a more relaxed vibe, but somehow we got 9 quesadillas when I recall getting only 4 at Tanglin Mall branch. Well, maybe … Continue reading

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Spectacular Crane Dance at Sentosa

When I was first told about the Crane Dance at Sentosa, I instantly thought – the elegant white birds. It’s actually robotized mechanical cranes that are programmed to dance to music. It takes place at 9pm daily and lasts for … Continue reading

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