Monthly Archives: June 2011

Children Little Museum at Bussorah Street

Even though this was my second time to the shophouse, which has been converted to a nostalgia museum, it felt new somehow. It was extra fun perhaps because my cousin was with it and it was cool to see her … Continue reading

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Doinky Doodles at Bali Lane

Bali Lane just next to Haji Lane and adds to the whole artsy vibe. Doinky Doodles is a must see. Loved the paintings on the walls and all the lovingly handcrafted items within.

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Why I Love Haji Lane

Haji Lane is a place you’ll fall for. It’s a haven where you won’t get shoved in a crowd, pushy sales people hovering over you, and mind numbing chain stores. It’s like a splash of colour in a country people … Continue reading

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French Toast = Happiness

A bit messy…. But oh so good – especially if you have it, not for breakfast, but lunch or dinner. For me, French Toast is easy to make comfort food. As a kid I knew it as Egg Bread and … Continue reading

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My Cousin’s Birthday: 30 things before 30

I almost can’t believe my little cousin will be dirty thirty in July. She was and still is a total cutie who hardly looks her age. I may be more than a decade older, but I am so in awe … Continue reading

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What do Taylor Swift and Bob Dylan have in Common?

The sad fact about life is that when you get to a certain age, you would have had the misfortune to encounter at least one really mean people.  If not, then you’re really lucky.   As I was trawling the … Continue reading

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Can you Recall the Books You’ve Read?

I use my blog like a memory device, because I am old and when I look back I want evidence that I didn’t completely fritter my time away. Sorry that the blog’s becoming totally self indulgent and I forgot my … Continue reading

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Fort Canning Park (3 of 3)

It was a total surprise to see art among the lushness. You see I haven’t been here for perhaps more than a year. It could be longer. The killer humidity is the only thing that keeps us away.

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Fort Canning Park (2 of 3)

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Fort Canning Park (1 of 3)

We don’t have mountains in Singapore, but I’m happy that we have hills even if they are just 60 metres high like this one. Did you know that this place was known as Bukit Larangan? It means “Forbidden Hill” in … Continue reading

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