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To be precise, it was Everton Park. I made a spontaneous date with S one afternoon to check out this dessert shop called Grin Affair, which sells cakes in a jar. We found the shop, only to be greeted by … Continue reading
On a cold Friday afternoon, I found myself in Shanghai. My impression of Shanghai is a bustling city where skyscrapers compete to be the tallest of them all. Not exactly top on my list of escapades. What am I doing … Continue reading
Queenstown was one of the early housing estates in Singapore and was developed in the 1960s. It was designed to be a self-contained community with amenities such as Queenstown Cinema and Queenstown Bowl that proved to be very popular with … Continue reading
The Fisheye #2 (I named mine Yuzai, kinda cheesy I know) was my first Lomography camera and a birthday present from my brother. Since I laid my hands on it back in 2008, it has been my constant companion for … Continue reading
I woke up earlier than usual one Thursday morning. You heard the saying, the early bird catches the worm. In our case, the early human beings beat the crowd at Jurong Bird Park! When was the last time you visited … Continue reading
Popped by Singapore Philatelic Museum on Christmas Day. Do you know that the museum has Open House Days on certain public holidays? So yay to free admission on our day of visit! The museum showcases philatelic materials through their permanent … Continue reading
Bali | Beijing | Cambodia | Melbourne | Penang I hope I get to travel to most, if not all, the places listed here in twentytwelve. Pictures credit: Lonely Planet
Wulai (乌来) is a small town in Taipei County which is known for its hot springs and one of Taiwan’s aboriginal groups, the Atayal tribe (泰雅族).