Monthly Archives: May 2011

My Village: Relish

Been hearing so much about this restaurant but I’ve never been. Well finally we explored it. It has a kind of fusion menu. I had the Japanese burger which is like a mix of curry rice and a burger. A … Continue reading

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Suri Cruise Skips in the Sand in Heels

Only Suri Cruise can skip in the sand in heels. Even if you asked me now, I couldn’t do it. I worry about her ankles, but I must admit that I am mesmerized by this celebrity tot. Loving that pink … Continue reading

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View from the Car Window: The Drive from Serangoon to Balestier

Cool watery skies. Love it. The lone shocking pink shophouse adds a splash of interesting. A bit of history. The National Aerated Water Company was founded in 1929. The company introduced Sinalco which happens to be my mum’s favourite drink. … Continue reading

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Yann Martel: The Literate Leader

This video made me wonder what PM Lee is reading. Or all our ministers for that fact. That would be a fascinating revelation. Some people felt that Yann Martel was being pretentious, but I think he had every right as … Continue reading

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Little India’s Mustafa: Snack Paradise

You must visit the grocery section at Mustafa. This was was a smaller section at the newer part of Mustafa with the parking lots. There’s also the full supermarket with fruits and vegetables which we didn’t explore this time. It’s … Continue reading

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Things you don’t see/hear in Singapore & visitor from Boston, Jim’s Observations (via Expat Bostonians)

Fascinating post by Crystal that I had to reblog. I love seeing Singapore, from a different perspective. My friend Jim recently wrote about his trip to Singapore, and he noted that he rarely if ever heard police sirens.  Which got … Continue reading

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Plaza Singapura: Hot Dogs at the Bratwurst Shop

If you care for a real hot dog for lunch, then I would suggest this place at the basement of Plaza Singapura. The hot dogs will leave you stuffed and they have all the sauces too. The owners seem to … Continue reading

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Plaza Singapura: Collectible Toy Art

I absolutely loathe shopping at the malls, but I do like looking at art and in this case it was collectible toys. It really is an art form and one of the shops even had a little museum section within. … Continue reading

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Plaza Singapura: The Society Cafe

Didn’t want to stop here as it looked completely empty and I wondered if the coffee was any good. In the end I am glad I stopped to try it. The coffee was so much better than Starbucks and was … Continue reading

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Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins – ACRES needs your help (27 May 2011)

Maybe I am reading too much into her facial expressions and I am biased with my thinking that the mainstream media is biased. But I can’t help it. The newscaster’s scrunched up face while reporting the news about the dolphins … Continue reading

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