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Slumber Parties in Singapore | Photo Diary

After galavanting through Thailand for a week Whitney, Emily and I decided to make a quick 2-night stop in Singapore.  When in Southeast Asia, why not explore a little?   828 more words


Rainy Day

My experience of Sungei Buloh Mangroves as a whole was limited, until a few weeks ago, to a field trip in sixth grade (which, incidentally, was involved with an intra-school photography competition which I never got around to entering because I took too many photographs to process), and a cursory walk with my family. 162 more words


Singapore: Jewel Cafe & Bar - New Menu

Jewel Cafe is easily becoming one of my favourite places to go for a casual night out filled with good food. It consistently dishes up decent eats that can’t really be found elsewhere, and I’ve had one of my favourite cups of coffee (ever!) here. 280 more words


Ebola Halloween Fundraiser! & Mrs Expat Singapore!!

I cannot apologise enough for leaving you hanging, dear reader(s?) (hello Mummy!! Lolol, that’s still funny, isn’t it??). Since Don got back I have been quite busy because him being here means there has to be a meal on the table most nights, rather than me going out for dinner with the gals, or grabbing a quick poached chicken breast at home. 701 more words


Like a Tailorbird to Water

These Ashy Tailorbirds (Orthotomus ruficeps) perplexed me on a recent trip to Sungei Buloh. Rarely, if ever, do you see such small, sunbird-like warblers so close to the water: an earlier sighting that remains ambiguous in terms of identification on the same trip was, if, identified correctly, of one taking a bath in the mangrove water itself! 43 more words


Let The Darkness Prevail in Singapore

The best advice that a Singaporean gave me during my visit was: go to Marina Bay Sands for the best view of Singapore

Marina Bay Sands is first and foremost a hotel, featuring its signature rooftop pool. 121 more words