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Been Reading Inspirational Blogs

Been reading inspirational blogs by women going through the cancer journey, surgery chemo and the whole works. I admire them so much and often their heartfelt posts make me tear. Just want to reach out and have some kind of … Continue reading

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People Watching in Hanoi

Something I enjoy during travels is people watching. I like to observe the current fashion in the country as well. Just like in Singapore, red seems to be a lucky colour for Tet (the Vietnamese new year). Girls tend to … Continue reading

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Internet Tribes, Kindred Spirits

I think people who have a compelling need to write, feel emotions intensely. If we don’t put it down and share it somewhere, we will burst. I find that we also tend to dream so vividly that it seems real. … 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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Crystal of Expat Bostonians on the Straits Times

So excited to see the very sweet Crystal of Expat Bostonians on the Straits Times. She is one of the kindest most thoughtful bloggers around. It truly makes my day whenever I see her comments on my blog. I was … Continue reading

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My Trip to Stockholm & Helsinki: 7 Things I Loved & Will Miss

I love experiencing new things. Took advantage of the low season and went to Scandinavia during a period no one wants to go there. Basically it’s mostly dark and grey with just 6 hours of daylight from about 9am to … Continue reading

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National Museum of Singapore: Masterpieces from the Musee d’Orsay, Paris (Part 1 of 6)

There is always so much to see even before I entered the special exhibition – Dreams and Reality. The ticket was a steal at just S$11. You can then opt for an audio guide for another S$3. I found it … Continue reading

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Does Age Matter in the Blogging World?

I have been reading blogs of girls who are half my age. And then I wondered. Is it creepy for them that someone who is closer to their mum’s age is reading their blog? Is it too childish of me … Continue reading

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3 Singapore Hotels Linked to MRT Stations & Malls

Update 30 Sep 2011: Since I’ve written this post, I have been getting great tips which leads me to suggest you check out Fairmont Singapore which is located above City Hall MRT. This is a good central MRT station as … Continue reading

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I Voted for Valerie Lim – our Miss Singapore Universe 2011 Representative

Just because. Maybe after just voting in 2 elections I feel a little lost. Wouldn’t it have been a hoot if our Miss Universe was a Tan as well? (we had 4 Tans in our recent Presidential Elections) Happened to … Continue reading

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