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Amazing Packing Skills

I love travelling, but I loathe packing because I do not travel light and always worry about what I have forgotten. There is never enough space in my bag. Wish I could pack like this guy. The overlapping technique will … Continue reading

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Travel: What Makes the Hassle Worth It

Julie is a blogging English teacher and mum. She’s an American expat living in Italy. She totally inspired me to write this post about Travel. Somedays I wish I could teleport myself and that would do away with these things … Continue reading

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Manpuku: A Japanese Food Court in Singapore

When we’re at the eastern part of Singapore and at the newest mall there, Tampines 1, we always choose to have our lunch at the Japanese food court Manpuku. It’s a clean spacious place with loads of seats and all … Continue reading

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Driving Past the Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands

It was another unusually cool, cloudy and rainy day in July. I was hoping it wouldn’t rain heavily as it might set off one of my anxiety attacks. Luckily it just drizzled and I managed to distract my mind. Taking … Continue reading

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Vintage Ads: Singapore the sunny smile isle

Found this vintage Singapore tourism advert from 1974 where the catchphrase was Singapore the sunny smile isle.  Charming wasn’t it.   I think life was less stressful then and we probably smiled a whole lot more. Today the latest advertising … Continue reading

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#50. Melt in Your Mouth, Bean Curd (Tau Huay)

Somehow my constitution doesn’t allow me to have breakfast. I am just unable to digest anything before 10 am. That’s why my happy brunch of choice would be Bean Curd or what is known as Tau Huay in Singapore. This … Continue reading

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Texas Chicken with Best Ever Maple Syrup Biscuits (Singapore Expo in Changi)

Go ahead, take one. I know…it’s so cruel to tease with food.  Especially fried food!  Anyway, I love the thicker type of fries like this. My only issue was that this was fried to the point where it was too crispy. … Continue reading

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A Lady Bug, a Grasshopper and a Bee (Singapore Botanic Gardens)

Drove by the Botanic Gardens and the cute bugs (a lady bug, a green grasshopper and a yellow bee?) sitting near the fence attracted me. Snapped some quick blurry shots. As I checked out the photos I noticed a sign … Continue reading

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Places of Worship (Little India)

As we drove by Serangoon Road (Little India), I took photos of a Mosque, Hindu Temples and a Sikh Temple which was undergoing renovation. There was a church as well, but I couldn’t snap the photos in time. You can … Continue reading

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Journey Through Little India

Little India is a place in Singapore where you can get pretty metal and plastic bangles for just a few dollars. I just adored the shades of blue and pink that these came in. Bangles used to be made in … Continue reading

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