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#10. Crunchy Hard Bread

Had a relatively healthy dinner at home. I can’t exist without bread. I used to only like soft bread but I recently discovered that hard grainy bread is so much more satisfying.

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Free Things To Do in Singapore (3 of my Faves)

Thank you Blogging. For making me pause a moment to think about this. I narrowed it down to these 3 soothing activities.

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Singapore’s Harbour looks Magical from the Sky

I love how all the huge tankers and cargo vessels look like toy ships from high above. This is the best part about being in a plane.  The view and knowing that you’ll be home soon. Distracted me and made … Continue reading

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Home by Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros (& Little Alexa on Ellen)

This blog is about Singapore, but I do often feel compelled to talk about things that move me, that come from outside this tiny island. Lately I have been moved by the song Home by Edward Sharp and the Magnetic … Continue reading

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My Mum’s Cooking: Sambar with Coconut Milk

Let me just state that I can’t cook. If cooking includes, making grilled sandwiches, frying eggs, making french toast or pancakes out of a mix, then I sort of can, but not the real authentic Ceylonese cooking my mum and … Continue reading

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Our Hari Raya Party

Today was a public holiday in Singapore as we celebrate Hari Raya. It’s the end of the fasting month or Ramadan, for our Muslim friends in Singapore. My Aunty C threw a Hari Raya Party, and she prepared chicken briyani … Continue reading

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Peranakan Museum: Gold and A Wedding

The people behind the museum have done a great job. I absolutely love the muted pastel shades. I feel a sense of calm walking through this place. It’s much more fulfilling to spend time here than at another mall. I … Continue reading

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