Monthly Archives: September 2012

My Cousin’s Breakfast in Australia

I was excited about my cousin’s new iPhone 5 and she sent me a photo of her breakfast. I was really impressed by the quality of the photo taken indoors. And I usually don’t care for fruit, but her honey … Continue reading

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4 Things: Finding Happiness in the Supposedly Mundane

I was thinking about happiness and how I could find it without spending any money or leaving my house. 1. Well one thing I know for sure that would make me happy is if I successfully organize all my stuff … Continue reading

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Movies About Hope & Faith: Jeff Who Lives at Home & Salmon Fishing in The Yemen

Watched two movies recently. Jeff Who Lives at Home and Salmon Fishing in The Yemen. Both tell very different stories, but I found a similar theme of hope and faith. The slacker movie appealed to me a lot more. I … Continue reading

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The Scenic Route

I may complain that Singapore lacks nature and is just too urban, but sometimes I feel that the roads themselves can be a green oasis. You just need to find the scenic route. But when all that fails there’s always … Continue reading

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Tiong Bahru Bakery: I Came Back to Try the Lemon Curd Tart

Been here some time ago but due to a major blog backlog took this long to blog about the experience. What I do love is the proliferation of French cafes in Singapore. What I like best at Tiong Bahru Bakery … Continue reading

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The Cajun Kings at Jalan Riang: I Would Come Here Again for the Gumbo

Was sad to see the Australian restaurant Jules close down. I wonder why, because it was very popular. In it’s place is The Cajun Kings where I’ve found a new favourite – Gumbo. It was my first time trying it … Continue reading

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Au Chocolat at Marina Bay Sands (Real Hot Chocolate & Cheesecake)

So many French Cafes all over town and that’s great news to me. This one in particular is French inspired (said to be Singapore grown) and I must say it’s one of the best hot chocolates I’ve had lately. I … Continue reading

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I Adore the Cafes at Cluny Court

I only recently discovered that the new Botanic Gardens entrance is much nearer to Cluny Court than the Botanic Gardens Visitor’s Centre Cafe and the Cafes here are much nicer too. I would come again to Gastronomia Da Paolo and … Continue reading

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Reminded Me of Toddlers & Tiaras

We were wondering why it was impossible to get a parking space at Far East Plaza and we soon found out why. There was a ballroom dancing competition for kids. It seems cute and all but as I observed closer … Continue reading

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