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Starbucks at Christmas

I find the Starbucks Christmas disposable cups too nice to throw away. Tried their seasonal toffee nut latte and it’s rather addictive.

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Other Stuff at Ikea Tampines that Caught My Eye

I was immediately attracted to this bowl. You see, I like things made of natural materials and I have a weakness for light woods. Even for flooring at home I prefer blonde woods to dark ones like teak. I usually … Continue reading

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The Thing About Cars in Singapore

I’m totally not a car person. B is, so I entertained myself by taking photos when we went car window shopping. If you’ve read my blog you know about my fear of confined spaces. When B asks me about cars … Continue reading

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I’m Pretty Crazy about Rambutans

If you ask me, my favourite fruits are tropical. If they are not tropical, I find them quite bland. Tropical fruits tend to be sweeter and are equivalent to dessert. Mention durian, chempedak, rambutan or mango and my eyes light … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2012: People’s Park & Lucky Red Underwear at OG

This is the best way to burn calories. Walk the streets at night at one of the many festive bazaars. The most lively one is the one in Chinatown during Chinese New Year and I hope the photos captured how … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2012: People’s Park

It’s always most festive in Chinatown in the weeks before Chinese New Year. It was so crowded. Every year you can spot people crowding around this board reading their fortune for the dragon year. A close-up but couldn’t get close … Continue reading

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Our Old Fire Station

The Central Fire Station was built way back in 1909, more than a century ago. I think this is one of the prettiest buildings around. The old fire station is very near the Stamp museum and the colourful lego like … Continue reading

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Relaxing High Tea at the Rose Veranda (Part 1 of 2)

Shangri-la Hotel’s Rose Veranda has become our default high tea place as the staff always make us feel at home. The food may not be the highest quality, but it has a down to earth cosy vibe which we really … Continue reading

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Red Dot Traffic: That Red Building on Maxwell Road

We always drive by this gorgeous red building, but I have never been inside. Been yearning to for quite some time and we finally did it. The building itself at 28 Maxwell Road is called Red Dot Traffic while the … Continue reading

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Singapore on her 46th Birthday

Took a double decker bus around a small part of our clean island. Haven’t sat on the upper deck in many years and I recommend it. Thought these bunch of flags sewn together and fluttering in the strong breeze was … Continue reading

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