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Very simple and tasteful decorations outside Chijmes. Snapped a quick shot as we were driving by on a drizzly afternoon.
Among all the Christmas decorations I’ve seen so far, the most impressive is outside ION at night. Although this was taken about a week ago, it already felt like the whole world was in Orchard road taking in the sights … Continue reading
I do like pink so I didn’t mind all that sparkly pink. There was quite an authentic looking Christmas Market set-up here too.
It still feels like Christmas when I see all the lovely trees about town. It’s a very city kind of Christmas and I wonder what visitors from colder climates with real trees feel about it. I guess they too would … Continue reading
You’ll never be bored looking out into the streets of Delhi. Families huddled onto a motorcycle or auto is a common sight. Loved seeing animals like the holy cow, in the middle of Delhi. MacDonalds, a theatre showing a movie … Continue reading
When I feel frazzled, just being in a place where there is a strong natural element, makes me feel serene. Which is why I love the Botanic Gardens. This time we explored just the area around the Visitor’s Centre and … Continue reading
Saw branches falling down from high up. They work in the blazing hot sun and in precarious situations. Not a job for someone with vertigo. These transient workers are the ones who keep Singapore looking like a finely groomed garden.
When you think Singapore you don’t normally imagine quiet, calm or serene. That’s why I love to seek these places out. Places like Club Street and Ann Siang Hill. You don’t need to spend a cent. Just walk the streets … Continue reading