Ou est le printemps? A Tuileries Photodiary

Can Spring come any sooner? It’s almost April and I’m still lugging around a wool coat (well that’s not too fair as I’m quite a tropical fish).  My head falls back to Spring last year in Paris when a walk in the park was more a pleasure than a chore,…

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Tanjong Beach Club (Sentosa): where we got our beach fix in the Lion City

Every time I go on holiday and find myself relaxing on a beach during a schoolnight, I try my hardest to refrain from singing “Is this the real life? / Is this just fantasy?” out loud for Freddie Mercury, I am not. Truth is, I do feel a teensy bit guilty for…

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Wild Rocket SG: where I had Mod Sing cuisine and a history lesson

Whenever I visit Singapore, I always try to meet up with my former colleague, S (who also blogs here). She always takes me to the coolest places, which makes sense as she’s lived there all her life. For this trip, S took me to Wild Rocket at Mount Emily. Wild Rocket serves “Mod…

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Drury Lane Café Singapore: where lunch was served with kilig moments

Momma J, the expert networking Queen Bee, suggested I hook up with food/travel blogger Fran (of Frannywanny) whilst I was in Singapore. It was another testament of how small the world is because Fran and I found out we shared some common friends. Fran suggested lunch at Drury Lane on…

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Manila Wedding Work Holiday 2014

Apologies for being quite a delinquent blogger, but I have an excuse: the past few weeks have been spent ironing out wedding details, ie meeting with our church, suppliers, planners, ninongs/ninangs along with combating jet lag, Manila traffic, and a little flu. It’s been very taxing and our social life pretty…

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