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Back to Group Therapy where the People are Nice

Been here twice and on both occasions we had the warmest service. Thanks to the lovely ladies there who made us feel at home. Each time it was a different girl. On this visit D urged me to have a … Continue reading

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Conflicted

I must sound so extreme. Sometimes my blog is filled with happy go lucky posts where I seem to be having the time of my life. And at other times I feel guilty for what must seem like – whining. … Continue reading

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Hermit Tendencies

I am increasingly becoming a social recluse. I often wish I could make myself disappear to avoid painful interactions. My old social care-free self seems like a lifetime ago. And perhaps I was never really that social, but just going … Continue reading

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The Long Journey to Agra Continues

Agra is in the northernmost part of the State known as Uttar Pradesh or UP as Indians call it. One of the first things I saw was a truck of cow dung. This is burnt and used as fuel by … Continue reading

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The Colourful Car Ride from Delhi to UP (Uttar Pradesh)

It wasn’t as bad as we thought it would be as we had a comfortable car and the scenary was enticing. But we tried not to drink too much water so we wouldn’t have to make any rest stops. Along … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs Tribute: Here’s to the Crazy Ones & Stay Foolish

Do you feel like a round peg in a square hole? An inspirational video. And I have to paste this somewhere so I don’t forget: “Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to … Continue reading

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Driving into JB (Money Changers, Coffeeshops & Street Vendors)

Everytime I enter Malaysia I immediately feel the people are so much nicer, starting with the customs officer who has a genuine friendly smile. I feel very close emotionally to Malaysia as some of the best holidays I’ve had were … Continue reading

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Brazilian Blowouts & Why Can’t People just Appreciate the Beauty of Curly Hair

I don’t know at what point only straight hair and skinny bodies became acceptable and it seems that women will do anything to get what’s in fashion right now. Most often they are told that their hair looks messy when … Continue reading

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My Very Own Unforgettable Nando’s Experience (Bugis Junction)

After the controversy surrounding this place with the Joanne Peh hot water incident, I wanted to try out this place to see what the service is like for myself. They do still charge for the water, which kinda sucks, but … Continue reading

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The Orchard Road Weekend Crowd

It’s always a human crush especially since it’s the school holidays and the weekend, plus the thing they call the Great Singapore Sale.

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