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#10. Crunchy Hard Bread

Had a relatively healthy dinner at home. I can’t exist without bread. I used to only like soft bread but I recently discovered that hard grainy bread is so much more satisfying.

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Free Things To Do in Singapore (3 of my Faves)

Thank you Blogging. For making me pause a moment to think about this. I narrowed it down to these 3 soothing activities.

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Singapore’s Harbour looks Magical from the Sky

I love how all the huge tankers and cargo vessels look like toy ships from high above. This is the best part about being in a plane.  The view and knowing that you’ll be home soon. Distracted me and made … Continue reading

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Home by Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros (& Little Alexa on Ellen)

This blog is about Singapore, but I do often feel compelled to talk about things that move me, that come from outside this tiny island. Lately I have been moved by the song Home by Edward Sharp and the Magnetic … Continue reading

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My Mum’s Cooking: Sambar with Coconut Milk

Let me just state that I can’t cook. If cooking includes, making grilled sandwiches, frying eggs, making french toast or pancakes out of a mix, then I sort of can, but not the real authentic Ceylonese cooking my mum and … Continue reading

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Our Hari Raya Party

Today was a public holiday in Singapore as we celebrate Hari Raya. It’s the end of the fasting month or Ramadan, for our Muslim friends in Singapore. My Aunty C threw a Hari Raya Party, and she prepared chicken briyani … Continue reading

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Peranakan Museum: Gold and A Wedding

The people behind the museum have done a great job. I absolutely love the muted pastel shades. I feel a sense of calm walking through this place. It’s much more fulfilling to spend time here than at another mall. I … Continue reading

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Colourful Marketing Display by The Wright Gift Shop

I found myself attracted to these Spanish looking designs on display just outside TWG at ION Orchard which reminded me of Gaudi’s Art. I then discovered they were part of a marketing display by the The Wright Gift located at … Continue reading

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Model Rebecca Tan Dons a Bikini to Swim in Flooded Kitchen

How could I have missed this. What a cute tongue in cheek response to the frustrating floods, when her Joo Chiat Home was flooded. When 29 year old Australian model, Rebecca Tan’s kitchen flooded, she decided humour was the best … Continue reading

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If I Had a Childhood Bedroom Like That I Would’t Grow Out of It Either

That’s no 3D sticker, like I posted about earlier.  No optical illusion. It’s the real deal.  It’s a specially designed bed within a cupboard. It works because it is built around a window.  This looks like the cosiest nook ever, … Continue reading

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